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    Alexander Melnikov  piano
    Andreas Staier  piano

    Alexander Melnikov and Andreas Staier demonstrate their close rapport in dazzling Schubert for four-hands.

    Alexander melnikov, Andreas Staier
    Alexander Melnikov © Julien Mignot, Andreas Staier © Josep Molina

    Six Grandes Marches D. 819
    Trio Op. 40 n° 3
    Four Ländler D. 814
    Andantino varié Op. 84 No. 1 D. 823
    Rondo D. 951
    Variations on a original Theme Op. 35 D. 813
    Fantasia Op. 103 D. 940

    Schubert was so keen on piano pieces for four hands that he virtually made the genre his own. His catalogue contains 32 piano works for four hands, thus reflecting his taste for friendship and collaboration. Andreas Staier and Alexander Melnikov have recently recorded several late pieces, including one of the greatest works in this genre, the Fantasia in F minor op. 103 D. 940, bringing dazzling complicity and intensity to this neglected work.

    Unnumbered seating
    Under 9 : Free ticket to collect at the control desk on the morning of the concert
    Coréalisation Jeanine Roze Production / Théâtre des Champs-Elysées