A muscular Russian pianist in the swashbuckling mold of Horowitz and Volodos, Denis Matsuev returns to Carnegie Hall with a program that starts with a Haydn sonata and then grows steadily more emphatic with Schumann's Carnaval, two morsels by Tchaikovsky and three Rachmaninoff pieces: a pair of preludes and the grand Sonata No. 2.
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