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    Andreï Korobeinikov  piano 

    A journey to the heart of the Romantic keyboard repertoire with exceptionally talented pianist Andreï Korobeinikov

    Andreï Korobeinikov
    Andreï Korobeinikov © Irène Zandel

    Chopin Three Valses 
    Schubert-Liszt Valse No. 6 « Soirée de Vienne »
    Scriabin Valse Op. 38
    Saint-Saëns Etude en forme de valse
    Liszt Valse oubliée No. 1, Mephisto-Valse
    Beethoven Diabelli Variations Op. 120

    Approximate running time
    1st part: 45mn - Intermission: 20mn - 2nd part: 50mn

    Like fellow Russian Evgeny Kissin, Korobeinikov, who is in his thirties, is a hugely talented pianist (with no fewer than twenty competition wins to his credit) and a fine young mind (he is a qualified lawyer and has published several legal textbooks, notably on intellectual property law). For this new recital, he is taking a broad approach and serving up a gourmet menu featuring the four finest Romantic composers for the piano: Beethoven and his daunting Diabelli variations, Chopin, Schubert, and Liszt. There will also be an homage to French piano with Saint-Saëns, and to his beloved Scriabin, of whose work he is now a world-class performer.

    Coproduction Productions Internationales Albert Sarfati / Théâtre des Champs-Elysées