Tchaikovsky, Schubert

Christian Zacharias creates a dialogue between two major pieces by Tchaikovsky and Schubert.

Schumann, Hersch, Wagner, Liszt

Romantic tradition meets the spirit of jazz with Igor Levit.

Carte blanche for its 80th birthday

Jean-Claude Pennetier, doyen of the French school of piano, celebrates his 80th birthday

Traditional and folk music

A whirlwind of the senses and a trip around the world with the violin of Nemanja Radulović. 

Schubert, Beethoven, Dvořák

Norwegian pianist Leif Ove Andsnes delivers a programme of Schubert, Beethoven and Dvořák.

The films of my life

Proustian madeleine film moments with pianist Alexandre Tharaud.

Debussy, Berlioz-Liszt

A delightful programme of Debussy, Berlioz and Liszt for this new recital by Alexander Melnikov.

Schubert, Albéniz, Liszt

Sunwook Kim goes solo to celebrate Schubert, Albéniz and Liszt.

Handel, Haydn, Say, Schubert

Fazıl Say, ever keen to surprise and insatiably curious for new horizons, takes us from Handel to his own latest work Opus No.99.


This perfectly musically attuned trio truly delivers Beethoven.

Franck, Scriabine,, Chopin, Ravel

With pianist Anna Vinnitskaya, the virtuosity of Chopin meets the colours of Ravel.

Rachmaninoff in three beats I

Our first rendez-vous with Nikolaï Lugansky for his cycle works of Rachmaninoff.

Fauré, Chopin, Scriabine

Pianist Jean-Philippe Collard returns to his first love, Fauré, before moving onto Chopin and Scriabine.

Mozart, Brahms

The first Mozart-Brahms evening with the eminent Konzertmeister der Berliner Philharmoniker

Mozart, Brahms

The second Mozart-Brahms evening with the eminent Konzertmeister der Berliner Philharmoniker.

Rameau, Chopin, Fauré

Two generations share their passion for music as Dang Thai Son and Bruce Liu play solos and duets.

Bach, Mozart, Debussy, Rachmaninoff

The huge Evgeny Kissin celebrates Rachmaninoff.

Rachmaninoff in three beats II

A second rendez-vous with Nikolaï Lugansky for his cycle Rachmaninoff.

Schubert, Liszt

Liszt and Schubert in counterpoint in a tribute and a treat for the senses.

Mendelssohn, Brahms, Franck

An effortlessly intuitive duo performs Mendelssohn, Brahms and César Franck.

Brahms, Dvořák

Pianist Mikhail Pletnev is back on avenue Montaigne with a programme featuring a Brahms-Dvořák counterpoint.

Chopin, Liszt

Nelson Goerner on a solo excursion into the world of romantic piano.

Programme to be announced

The traditional annual visit from pianist Grigory Sokolov, with his trademark six encores.

Rachmaninoff in three beats III

Third and last rendez-vous with Nikolai Lugansky for his cycle works of Rachmaninoff.

Schumann, Shostakovitch

Elisabeth Leonskaja is in fine company for Schumann and Shostakovich quintets.


The third and final rendez-vous of David Fray’s Schubert carte blanche in the company of Renaud Capuçon.

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