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    Christian Zacharias | piano 

    Christian Zacharias brings Haydn and Beethoven into dialogue.

    Christian Zacharias
    Christian Zacharias - DR

    Beethoven Six Variations WoO 70 «Nel cor più non mi sento»
    Haydn Sonata No. 21 Hob.XVI:21
    Beethoven Twelve Variations on the russian dance from Das Waldmädchen
    Sonata No. 1 op. 2
    Schubert Sonata No.18 D 894

    When the young Beethoven arrived in Vienna in 1792 to follow the teaching of Joseph Haydn, he had already composed a great deal. His first piano sonatas marked a turning point: written between 1794 and 1795, they were dedicated to his master and were warmly received by the public and critics alike. A little less by Haydn, who is said to have said to him: "You are not lacking in talent, just education." The student will take the advice, and the rest is history. Christian Zacharias reconstructs here, in a certain way, the dialogue of the master and his disciple in this programme where he alternates young Beethoven and pieces from Haydn and Schubert.

    PRODUCTION Théâtre des Champs-Elysées

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