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    Adam Laloum | piano 

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

    Photo de Adam Laloum © Julien Benhamou, Harmonia mundi
    Adam Laloum © Julien Benhamou, Harmonia mundi

    Schubert  Sonata No. 6 D. 566
    Schumann  Kreisleriana Op. 16
    Schubert  Sonata No. 5 D. 557
    Brahms  Sonata No. 3 op. 5 

    Expert Alain Lompech remarked of Adam Laloum’s last concert at the Théâtre: “It will take the audience a while to surface from the dream state induced by this 35-year-old man who is totally committed to a heart-rending score which gives us a glimpse the despair of Schubert’s life without reciprocated love”. This time the pianist is exploring the earliest sonatas of his beloved Schubert (1817), which are still permeated with classicism. The remainder of the programme is more romantic and will present two of the performer’s other favourite composers with Opus 5 by Brahms in counterpoint to Schumann’s strange and ghostly Kreisleriana

    Production Jeanine Roze Production