Rachmaninoff’s Second Piano Concerto was the right vehicle for the extremely gifted Andrew von Oeyen. Only 26, he has a substantial repertoire that he performs with great success around the world. The piece displayed his clear finger-work at great speed, as well as his ability to spin out long, slow melodies with beautiful tone. Although brilliant technique is a significant part of this piece, the slow movement’s journey through the depths of the Russian soul is its emotional foundation. It began as a dream that unfolded slowly on the way to a powerful climax, all so naturally paced in this excellent performance.