The mirror game between the Russian and French repertoires by Boris Berezovsky
The Russian giant is back with two Viennese classics, Chopin and Stravinsky.
Evgueni Kissin treats us to Nocturnes, Impromptus, Scherzos and other Polish works by Chopin before tackling the shores of the 20th century.
The traditional and much awaited Parisian recital of the pianistic oddball Grigory Sokolov.
Nikolai Lugansky's full palette from Beethovenian classicism to Debussy melody.
The keyboard doyenne for an evening with Mozart and Brahms peppered with Viennese modernity.
Seong-Jin Cho, the shining new star of the South Korean piano school.
Alexander Melnikov's visionary and nuanced programme.
Concert tribute to Liszt by the young Japanese pianist Kit Amstrong.
Pianist Mikhail Pletnev returns to Avenue Montaigne after a fifteen-year absence.
Sunwook Kim in solo to celebrate Haydn, Schubert, Chopin and Prokofiev.
Piotr Anderzewski, a master of the art of the Cantor of Leipzig.
David Fray is back with Schubert and his imposing Wanderer-Fantasy.
The whirlwind of the senses from Bach to Granados performed by Simon Ghraichy.
Valentina Lisitsa on Russian soil with Prokofiev and Rachmaninov.
Pianist Fazil Say is a man of dialogue: tonight, with Schubert and Bach.
Christian Zacharias brings Haydn and Beethoven into dialogue.