Thanks Hye-Jin (do I have it right?).
Yes, I agree that the Beethoven is an excellent closer, but then so is the Chopin. I'm so obsessive that I have to work hard to change the chronological order because it's so wonderful to hear the evolution of musical style (but that's just the teacher in me). I do agree that 7+7+[11+6.5+8] may be better. I just realized that I have the wrong timing for the Beethoven by 1 minute too much.
Should be 26 minutes for a total of 40 versus 33.
The 2nd half is:
Debussy: L'isle joyeuse
Rachmaninoff: Preludes Op.23, Nos: 4 (D Maj), 5 (G Min), and 6 (E-Flat Maj)
Ginastera: Sonata No. 1 (Which I have an old performance/recording of posted on my bio page)
And for encores:
Scriabin: Nocturn In D Flat Major for Left hand, and the obscure
I. Liebich: The Musical Box
I hope others comment too