Anne Queffélec


Beethoven’s last three Sonatas with Anne Queffélec. A mental and physical experience rolled into one.

Viktoria Postnikova

Tchaïkovski, Mussorgsky

Russian piano legend Viktoria Postnikova returns to Paris.

Evgeny Kissin

Beethoven, Brahms, Rachmaninov, Prokofiev

A clever programme of counterpoint for this new recital by Evgeny Kissin.

Sunwook Kim, Clara-Jumi Kang, Edgar Moreau


Edgar Moreau performs in a trio with his trusty associates Clara-Jumi Kang and Sunwook Kim.

Sunwook Kim, Clara-Jumi Kang

Beethoven, Respighi, Chausson, Franck

Sunwook Kim and Clara-Jumi Kang play Respighi, Chausson, and César Franck’s big hit.

Igor Levit

Mahler, Brahms, Beethoven

With Igor Levit, symphonic repertoire meets Brahmsian intimacy.

Francesco Piemontesi

Debussy, Beethoven

Francesco Piemontesi is sensitive to clarity and chiaroscuro, a quality which should yield wonderful results with Debussy and Beethoven.

Seong-Jin Cho

Chopin, Ravel, Liszt

Seong-Jin Cho, who has extraordinary technical ability but is an infrequent performer in France, has a gift for blending restraint with poetry.

Nikolaï Lugansky

Mendelssohn, Chopin, Wagner-Lugansky...

Following his Rachmaninov cycle, Nikolaï Lugansky returns to the world of Romanticism.

Grigory Sokolov

Programme to be announced

The Sokolov ritual: a programme unveiled at the last minute and six encores. Unchanging and grandiose.

Nobuyuki Tsujii

Bach, Chopin, Debussy, Rachmaninov

Nobuyuki Tsujii, a rising star on international concert stages, with Chopin, Debussy and Rachmaninov.

Andreï Korobeinikov

Beethoven, Schumann, Scriabine, Messiaen...

The supremely gifted Andreï Korobeinikov with Beethoven’s farewell to the piano.

Yoav Levanon

Chopin, Schumann, Liszt

Piano phenomenon Yoav Levanon with a highly ambitious programme of Studies (Chopin, Schumann, and Liszt).

Yundi Li


100% Mozart for Yundi Li.

Rafał Blechacz


Polish pianist Rafał Blechacz is perfectly musically attuned to his fellow countryman Chopin.

Elena Bashkirova


The art of classicism and Mozartian fantasies with the piano of Elena Bashkirova.

Fazıl Say

Mozart, Say, Beethoven, Liszt

With Fazıl Say, we move from Mozartian tradition to Beethoven, via his own personal contribution, of course.

David Fray

Schubert, Schumann

David Fray pursues his exploration of Schubert and Romanticism.

Nelson Goerner

Handel, Schumann, Liszt

Join Nelson Goerner on a journey from Schumann to Liszt’s Romanticism.

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