In 1986, after a long career in which he'd firmly established himself as one of the world's most gifted pianists, Vladimir Horowitz made his first concert appearance in Russia since 1925, and the historic performance was recorded for television broadcast. Horowitz In Moscow includes the material from the 1986 TV special, as well as an additional encore which was not aired because of time constraints. Horowitz In Moscow features the virtuoso performing compositions by Mozart, Rachmaninoff, Scarlatti, Schubert, Chopin. and more.
by Mark Deming synopsis