Beethoven’s Last Piano Sonatas

Sarah Grunstein

Performed by Sarah Grunstein


‘Penetrating musical intelligence,’ (The New York Times), Sarah Grunstein returns to Melbourne Recital Centre for a must-see performance of Beethoven’s final Sonatas.

Sarah Grunstein has graced stages globally, earning comparisons to musical legends like Dame Myra Hess and Wanda Landowska. As a Steinway Artist trained at the Sydney Conservatorium and The Juilliard School, she embodies a sought-after blend of historical performance interpretations and contemporary excellence. Grunstein, a passionate educator, has conducted masterclasses and performed across Europe, the USA, New Zealand, and Australia.

Returning to her homeland in 2024, she brings her enchanting presence to the Melbourne Recital Centre, inviting audiences to experience the transcendent beauty of Beethoven’s final three piano sonatas. This performance not only showcases Grunstein’s virtuosity but also reflects her dedication to connecting with audiences, fostering a shared appreciation for the timeless power of classical music.

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Ludwig van Beethoven
Piano Sonata No. 30 in E, Op. 109
Piano Sonata No. 31 in A-flat, Op. 110
Piano Sonata No. 32 in C Minor, Op. 111