Concert scheduled for March 11, 2022 and postponed due to an injury to the artist.
Stasera a Concerto”: concert review with internationally renowned pianists.
Each event is accompanied by a short presentation, in the form of a conversation or an introduction-guide to listening, by musicologists Roberto Calabretto and Luca Cossettini, the pianist-conductor Alessandro Tommasi, or the same interpreters.
ALEXANDER SKRJABIN AND THE MUSIC OF ECSTASY
By Roberto Calabretto
For over three decades, French-Canadian pianist Louis Lortie has performed worldwide, building a reputation as one of the world’s most versatile pianists. He extends his interpretative voice across a broad spectrum of repertoire, and his performances and award-winning recordings for Chandos Records attest to his remarkable musical range.
Louis Lortie is co-founder and Artistic Director of the LacMus International Festival on Lake Como and a Master in Residence at The Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel of Brussels.
FRANZ SCHUBERT (Vienna, 1797-1828)
Six moments musicaux, op. 94, D.780
3. Allegro moderato
5. Allegro vivace
6. Allegretto. Trio
ALEXANDER SKRJABIN (Mosca, 1871-1915)
Selezione dai Preludi op. 11
Sonata n. 5, op. 53