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    Recital & Chamber music

    Zhang Haochen

    Schubert, Liszt

    A signature Liszt programme by Zhang Haochen, a performer of extraordinary prowess, who is new to French audiences.

    Ludmila Berlinskaïa and Arthur Ancelle, Piano-Piano Academy winners

    Mendelssohn, Bruch

    The Rungis Piano-Piano Festival, which is the only festival in France devoted to piano duets, continues its exploration of this atypical repertoire. 

    Paul Ji


    The first Parisian recital by Paul Ji, a promising young Franco-American pianist who has opted to play Chopin.

    Thibault Cauvin  and -M-

    L’heure miroir

    Guitarists Thibault Cauvin and -M- take us on an innovative instrumental journey.

    Gabriel Fauré Centenary


    An evening entirely devoted to the work of Gabriel Fauré. Not Pénélope, but a compilation of Fauré’s finest chamber music.

    Bruce Liu

    Tchaikovsky, Mendelssohn-Rachmaninoff, Scriabine...

    Prodigy Bruce (Xiaoyu) Liu, winner of the International Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw, pays a return visit.

    Dmitry Masleev

    Chopin, Filtsch, Liszt, Tchaikovsky

    Another recital on avenue Montaigne by Dmitry Masleev, a rising star of the Russian school of piano.

    Roger Muraro


    Roger Muraro devotes himself entirely to Liszt, his longtime travelling companion.

    Tribute to Romain Rolland

    Beethoven and a play by Michel Mollard

    An evening of music and drama in honour of Romain Rolland, a prolific author of world-class works of musicography.

    Dang Thai Son

    Debussy, Chopin

    Keyboard legend Dang Thai Son takes us on a stroll to the heart of his favourite repertoire.

    Evgeny Kissin, Gidon Kremer, Maxim Rysanov, Gautier Capuçon


    Pianist Evgeni Kissin celebrates Shostakovich in the company of Gidon Kremer, Maxim Rysanov, and Gautier Capuçon.

    Kit Armstrong

    Chopin, Rachmaninoff, Bach

    The three different worlds of Chopin, Rachmaninov, and Bach showcase Kit Armstrong’s broad artistic piano palette.

    Adam Laloum

    Schubert, Schumann, Brahms

    Adam Laloum subtly explores the romantic territories of Schubert, Schumann, and Brahms.

    Mikhaïl Pletnev

    Scriabin, Chopin

    Mikhail Pletnev has complete mastery of his programme of Chopin and Scriabin in counterpoint.

    Evgeny Kissin

    Bach, Chopin, Shostakovich

    Following his first Shostakovich concert with friends last month, Kissin now pays tribute to the musician in a solo performance.

    Nikolai Lugansky

    Mozart, Beethoven, Wagner-Brassin, Wagner...

    Nikolai Lugansky takes a stroll through the legacy of Viennese classicism.

    Elisabeth Leonskaja

    Mozart, Schoenberg, Chopin, Berg...

    Elisabeth Leonskaja takes us on a journey from Mozart and Chopin to Schumann.

    Nemanja Radulović, Sébastien Giot


    The virtuoso violin of Nemanja Radulović with a programme devoted entirely to Bach.

    Lucas and Arthur Jussen

    Mendelssohn, Schubert, Ravel, Stravinsky

    We first met the Jussen brothers at a Sunday Morning Concert and they have now graduated to the evening recital schedule.

    Edgar Moreau


    Edgar Moreau scales the dizzying heights of Bach’s Suite for solo cello.

    Violaine Cochard, Olivier Fortin, Jean-Luc Ho, Davor Krkljus


    Bach served up every which way on 2, 3 and 4 keyboards.

    Edgar Moreau, Nelson Goerner

    Franck, Brahms

    Edgar Moreau’s cello and Nelson Goerner’s piano celebrate Franck and Brahms.

    Stephen Kovacevich

    Beethoven, Schubert, Berg, Brahms

    Kovacevich takes his piano into Beethoven and romantic territory.

    Sunwook Kim

    Haydn, Schumann, Schubert

    Pianist Sunwook Kim with two of the most beautiful groups of pieces for piano by Schubert and Schumann.

    Grigory Sokolov

    Programme to be announced

    The Sokolov ritual – a programme announced at the last minute and six encores – is a tradition set in stone.

    Nelson Goerner

    Beethoven, Schumann, Albéniz

    The elegance of Nelson Goerner performing Beethoven, Chopin, and Albéniz.

    Jan Lisiecki

    Chopin, Bach, Rachmaninoff, Szymanowski...

    A dazzling and original programme of preludes across the ages by Jan Lisiecki.

    Rafał Blechacz

    Beethoven, Schubert, Chopin

    Rafał Blechacz in seamless musical harmony with Beethoven, Schubert and, of course, Chopin.

    David Fray

    Bach, Rameau, Couperin, Royer, Wagner-Liszt

    David Fray invites us to savour the delights and mysteries of the art of transcription.