New season

Jan Lisiecki  piano 

A generous helping of Romanticism from young Canadian pianist Jan Lisiecki

Jan Lisiecki
Jan Lisiecki © Christoph Koslin


Bach Capriccio BWV 992
Mendelssohn Mélodies sans paroles Op. 67
Chopin Nocturnes Op. 27
Beethoven Rondo a capriccio Op. 129
Mendelssohn Rondo capriccioso Op. 14
Rubinstein Valse-Caprice Op. 118
Chopin Nocturnes Op. 62
Mendelssohn Variations sérieuses Op. 54
Chopin Ballade No. 4 Op. 52

Approximate running time
1st part: 55mn - Intermission: 20mn - 2nd part: 45mn

Young Canadian prodigy Jan Lisiecki’s Slavic heritage shines through in his playing. Born in 1995, he already boasts a brilliant international career, which has involved playing with some of the most prestigious symphony orchestras in the world (Philadelphia, Cleveland, and San Francisco), and he has released several critically acclaimed recordings for Deutsche Grammophon. Although he has earned high praise for his mature interpretation, it is his natural affinity with the repertoire he favours (Mozart, Chopin, and Schumann in particular) that truly expresses his extraordinary talent. His clearly developed musical personality has already propelled him into the major league. If further proof were required, Matthias Goerne, the current master of the Lied, has chosen him to accompany his Beethoven recital on 7 May.

Coproduction Théâtre des Champs-Elysées / Productions Internationales Albert Sarfati


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