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    Andreï Korobeinikov | piano

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

    Andreï Korobeinikov
    Andreï Korobeinikov © Irene Zandel

    Beethoven  Fantaisie Op. 77
    Rondo Op. 129 « Die Wut über den verlorenen Groschen »
    Schumann  Des Abends, Aufschwung, Warum?, In der Nacht, excerpts from Fantasiestücke Op. 12
    Scriabine  Sonata No. 4
    Messiaen  Le baiser de l’Enfant-Jésus, excerpt from Vingt regards sur l’Enfant-Jésus 
    Beethoven  Sonata No. 32 Op. 111

    Andreï Korobeinikov is a keyboard genius with no fewer than twenty competition wins to his credit and a bright young mind (he is a qualified lawyer and has authored several books). For this new recital he will move from the enlightened Romanticism of Schumann to his beloved Scriabine (of whom he is the leading performer today) before making a foray into the indefinable Messiaen and rounding off with Beethoven’s sumptuous opus 111. This is the musician’s last Sonata and its unusual two-movement structure blends grandeur with unprecedented visionary inspiration.

    Coproduction Productions Internationales Albert Sarfati | Théâtre des Champs-Elysées