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    Justin Taylor | pianino and  Pleyel concert 


    From upright piano to Pleyel concert grand, is there nothing that the ridiculously talented Justin Taylor, who is playing exclusively Chopin this morning, has not mastered?

    Photo de Justin Taylor © Julien Benhamou
    Justin Taylor © Julien Benhamou

    Chopin Prelude Op. 28, Prelude Op. 45
    Nocturne op. posth. "Casta diva" (excerptfrom Bellini's Norma, piano arrangement by Chopin)
    Nocturnes Op. 9 Nos. 1 and 2
    Mazurka Op. 17 No. 4
    Etude Op. 25 No. 1 

     Young audience workshops  Comment ça marche la guitare ? (7-10 years old)


    We are familiar with Justin Taylor the harpsichordist who won first prize at the Musica Antica Competition in Bruges ten years ago. He then made a daring venture into the music of Ligeti on his album entitled Continuum
    Télérama magazine later noted his “triumphant virtuosity, his gentle poetry, and his utterly miraculous touch” on his album La Famille Rameau. In 2023, Bach et l’Italie earned him the highest accolades in France (Diapason d’or de l’année and the Choc de l’année prize from Classica magazine). He is the co-founder of an ensemble (Le Consort ), and his piano has accompanied François Lazarevitch at the Prussian court. This year we will discover how Roger Muraro’s disciple interprets Chopin’s work for keyboards. From Pleyel concert grand to the upright piano the master used to play at home, we will discover fresh perspectives. 

    Coréalisation Jeanine Roze Production | Théâtre des Champs-Elysées