Piano Sonata, Allegro Vivace
Khachaturian composed a piano sonata in three movements in 1961. The first movement of the piece sounds like a collage of ideas transitioning into each other without repose, resembling a whirlwind. It is an effective and captivating piece of music that deserves to be performed more often.
Nocturne Op. 27, No. 2
This is the piece and the recording I sent as part of the application for 2015 American Protégé International Piano and Strings Competition. As a winner of the competition, I got to perform the nocturne in Carnegie Hall.
Serried with a tinge of bop
Performed in Britton Recital Hall, located at the University of Michigan. The piece was commissioned for pianists who attended Chautauqua Summer Music Festival in 2012.