Maria Yudina was famous in the 20th century for standing up to Stalin, but it is often forgotten that she was a
consummate player of Bach (like Richter or Gould), but also of Beethoven and ‘decadent’ contemporary composers
banned from the Soviet stage such as Bartók, Berg… and Stravinsky, the ‘cosmopolitan’ Russian. A genuinely
unforgettable musical moment.
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