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    Dmitry Masleev | piano 

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

    Photo de Dmitry Masleev © Alexander Horoshvyan
    Dmitry Masleev © Alexander Horoshvyan

    Chopin  Nocturne Op. 9 No. 1, Nocturne No. 20 Op. Posth.
    Polonaise No. 6 Op. 53 
    Filtsch  Impromptu, Adieu!
    Liszt  Totentanz
    Tchaikovsky  Excerpts from Op. 71 & 72, March, Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy, Intermezzo, Russian Dance (Trepak), excerpts from The Nutcracker 

    After winning first prize in the International Tchaikovsky Competition in 2015, the Russian pianist has been showered with praise and plaudits for his concerts in France. This was the case with spine-tingling Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 1 performed with the Orchestre National de France in 2020, his first recitals at La Roque-d’Anthéron, at the Philharmonie de Paris, and here last season for his first major recital. He is now back with a programme showcasing Chopin’s romanticism, and Tchaikovsky and the art of ballet. The very bold scoring for piano of Liszt’s Danse macabre will reveal another facet of his virtuosity.

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