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Rachmaninov Par Nikolaï Luganski

Cultural, Concert, Classical music in Cannes
  • GYÖRGY LIGETI
    Concert Românesc for small orchestra (1951)

    BÉLA BARTÓK
    Suite for Orchestra No. 2 (1905-1907)

    SERGEY RACHMANINOFF
    Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 3 in D minor, Op. 30 (1909)

    Nikolai Lugansky, the undisputed master of the Russian repertoire and late Romanticism, is renowned for his interpretations that combine elegance, phrasing and virtuosity. The man who plays all of Rachmaninoff (!) will perform his Third Piano Concerto, one of the most perilous works in the...
    GYÖRGY LIGETI
    Concert Românesc for small orchestra (1951)

    BÉLA BARTÓK
    Suite for Orchestra No. 2 (1905-1907)

    SERGEY RACHMANINOFF
    Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 3 in D minor, Op. 30 (1909)

    Nikolai Lugansky, the undisputed master of the Russian repertoire and late Romanticism, is renowned for his interpretations that combine elegance, phrasing and virtuosity. The man who plays all of Rachmaninoff (!) will perform his Third Piano Concerto, one of the most perilous works in the piano repertoire.

    Bartók and Ligeti shared an admiration for the traditional repertoire of Eastern Europe. When Ligeti revised Bartók's catalogue of works, he wrote his Concert Românesc, a concertante piece in the tradition of Bartók's Orchestral Suites.

    Arie Van Beek - Conductor
    Nikolai Lugansky - Piano
  • Spoken languages
    • French
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  • On February 8, 2023 at 8:00 PM