Nikolai Lugansky, a towering figure in the world of Russian piano, returns to his repertoire of choice.
A true master at conveying the colour and variations of Schumann, Brahms and Debussy.
For Russian pianist Elena Bashkirova, playing is all about sharing music and family ties.
The range of nuances which Igor Levit brings to the keyboard guarantee that he will be a star of the future.
Already one of France’s most promising young pianists, Lucas Debargue works wonders at every performance.
Concert de l’Académie France-Chine
Asian piano schools have produced stunning results in recent years. This is an opportunity to hear some of their latest young prodigies.
Bertrand Chamayou’s elegant piano playing is paralleled by his quite unique ability to devise a programme.
Russian titan Denis Matsuev is back to pursue his journey through the works of Beethoven.
Piotr Anderszewski makes a welcome return with a programme of Bach and Beethoven in counterpoint.
A doyenne of the piano makes a regrettably rare visit to Paris for an evening of unalloyed Schubert.
The young blind pianist delivers a programme combining a handful of French piano greats with his beloved Chopin.
The traditional annual event with Grigory Sokolov, that “planet without orbit or satellite”.
Tchaikovsky performed in the original Russian style by international social media star Valentina Lisitsa.
Evgeny Kissin takes us on a European musical journey with a programme of Chopin, Schumann, Debussy and Scriabine.