Award-winning pianist Nicolas Namoradze in Konzerthaus Berlin performance

Pianist Nicolas Namoradze will be brought to the Berlin venue by organisers of the Honens International Piano Competition, which he won in its most recent edition. Photo: Nathan Elson., 17 Jan 2020 - 18:19, Tbilisi,Georgia

Award-winning young piano artist Nicolas Namoradze will be hosted for a solo concert at the Konzerthaus Berlin venue to offer his rendition of "a series of fascinating musical connections" showcasing his talent later this month.

Namoradze, winner of the major Honens International Piano Competition in 2018, will be brought to the capital city's performance hall by organisers of the high-profile competition next week for a programme of works by Bach and Scriabin.

Billed as an Azrieli Foundation Debut Series recital, the show involving "fascinating cross-temporal musical relationships" (Honens competition), with the first half presenting his take on Scriabin's Black Mass sonata and Sinfonia No. 9 and Partita No. 6 by Bach.

More of Scriabin's work in addition to Namoradze's own Etudes will be offered to the audience in the second part of the programme, with the event concluding with the former's Sonata No. 4.

Read classical music review platform Bachtrack's interview with Nicolas Namoradze about the artist's rise to prominence with his 2018 win at the Honens competition: