Get an intimate look at what The New York Times calls Yefim Bronfman’s “relaxed mastery” in this concert of popular solo piano and chamber works. Prokofiev, an exceptional pianist himself, composed nine indispensable sonatas that range from enigmatic to humorous. The Sixth Sonata, the first in his trio of “War Time Sonatas,” depicts the devastation of World War II through crushing dissonances and defiant energy. Together with two Fellows, Mr. Bronfman will tackle Beethoven’s final piano trio, a vast work that many claim is “the greatest piano trio in the literature.”

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