The Russian titan opens the Beethoven Season at the Théâtre with the legendary Appassionata and Opus 111
Boris Berezovsky delves into the very heart of French and Russian repertoire with Ravel, Debussy, Stravinsky and Prokofiev in similarly modern style.
A journey to the heart of the Romantic keyboard repertoire with exceptionally talented pianist Andreï Korobeinikov
The traditional one-off Parisian recital by stellar pianist Grigory Sokolov
This Argentine pianist and Romantic repertoire aficionado reaffirms his expertise with Brahms, Schumann and notably Liszt
Arcadi Volodos with his beloved Lizst, and Schumann’s ghostly Kreisleriana.
This young Japanese pianist, who is a star in his homeland and a rising star on the world stage, performs Schubert, Chopin and Scriabin.
Pianist Jean-Philippe Collard makes a dazzling return visit to the stage of the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées.
A generous helping of Romanticism from young Canadian pianist Jan Lisiecki
The Swiss pianist captures light and shade exquisitely, a quality which will serve him exceptionally well in his performances of Schubert and Liszt
A Beethoven masterclass from Evgeny Kissin
Adam Laloum brings all of his sensitivity to bear on Schubert’s last piano sonatas
Russian pianist Nikolaï Lugansky with Beethoven’s Appassionata in counterpoint to the refinement of César Franck.
Chinese piano star Yundi excels in his favourite repertoire
Pianist Fazil Say likes to engage in dialogue. This evening, his tête-à-tête is with Beethoven’s Hammerklavier.
The Russian keyboard doyenne takes us into the heart of the Romantic repertoire
The technical and poetic prowess of Polish pianist Rafal Blechacz in works by Bach, Beethoven, Chopin and Franck.
Pianist Elena Bashkirova, a chamber music devotee, turns to Beethoven and Schumann for her new recital.
French pianist David Fray blends Mozartian fantasy with Romantic melancholy and heroic variations.
The last three sonatas played by Sunwook Kim bring this Beethoven season to a fitting close