Begins at midday while the sun is at its highest point of the year.
Performed by Matthew Bengtson (piano) alongside Himalayan Cham dance and an olfactory score of timed scent diffusions.
Étude op. 2 no. 1 in C# minor (arr. for LH by Jay Reise)
Sonata no. 1, op. 6 in F minor
Preludes from op. 11
Etude op. 8 no. 12 in D# minor
Mazurka op. 25 no. 4 in E major
Prelude op. 22 no. 1 in G# minor
Poème op. 32 no. 1 in F#
Sonata no. 5, op. 53
Prelude op. 67 no. 1
Sonata no. 9, op. 68 “Black Mass”
Deux Poèmes, op. 73
Sonata no. 10, op. 70
Poème, op. 63 no. 2 “Étrangeté”
Sonata no. 7, op. 64 “White Mass”
Begins just before sunset and continues into the dusk.
Performed by Neil Latchman (tenor), Coady Green (piano) and Christopher Smith (piano four hands) alongside Himalayan Cham dance, an interactive light show and an olfactory score of timed scent diffusions.
Symphony Number 1 op. 26, transcription for piano four hands
Vocalise on op. 8 No. 8 in A♭ major: Lento (tempo rubato)
Vocalise on op. 8 No. 5 in E major: Brioso
Vocalise on op. 42 No. 4 in B major: Piacevole
Études op. 42
Vocalise on op. 8 No. 11 in B♭ minor: Andante cantabile
Vocalise on op. 42 No. 2 in F# minor Vocalise on op. 2 No. 1 in C# minor
Symphony Number 3 op. 43: La Divin Poème (The Divine Poem), transcription for piano four hands