Pianist Shai Wosner is making a name for himself as a musician with exceptional artistry, musical integrity and creative insight. You can hear why Monday night, December 12th at 9:00, as Front Row Washington broadcasts his recital of Beethoven piano sonatas presented by Downtown Pianoworks in historic Frederick, MD. Classical WETA's Deb Lamberton spoke with Mr. Wosner about Beethoven, and particularly about why the slow movement in the Opus 7 E-flat Major sonata is so significant.
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