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    Benjamin Grosvenor | piano 

    A Franco-Russian programme for the British king of the piano, Benjamin Grosvenor.

    Photo de Benjamin Grosvenor © Andrej Grilc
    Benjamin Grosvenor © Andrej Grilc

    Ravel  Gaspard de la nuit
    Mussorgsky Pictures at an Exhibition 

    Benjamin Grosvenor celebrates Ravel by reprising Gaspard de la Nuit, the formidable triptych which first showcased him as a recording artist. Before assessing how much his interpretation has matured, we recall the article in Diapason which even then praised his “colour, sonority, variety, vivacity [...], and innate sense of drama which is always energetic, lively and vibrant.” The virtuoso will then stroll through the Pictures at an Exhibition by Mussorgsky, who was inspired by the works of the late great Viktor Alexandrovich Hartmann (1834-1873), a painter and interior designer who was closely associated with The Five. We find some of those same colours in the composer’s famous orchestration for the Bolero

    Coréalisation Jeanine Roze Production | Théâtre des Champs-Elysées