Fazil Say piano
Fazıl Say goes back to his roots and extends an invitation to embark on a journey as he explores new territory with Beethoven.
Beethoven Sonata No. 8 op. 13 « Pathétique »
Sonata No.26 op. 81a « Les Adieux »
Sonata No. 31 op. 110
A born traveller, polyglot and multifaceted figure, Fazıl Say epitomises for music lovers and musicians alike the notion of a person who gives free rein to his artistic licence. Just look at the trance into which he enters on stage, or the aerial ballet of his hands as they rise above the keyboard! After his bold Four Cities in our winter 2017 season with Nicolas Altstaedt, the Concerts du Dimanche Matin welcome him back for unalloyed Beethoven. We are sure that Fazıl Say’s Beethoven will rage with even greater power than usual and that we will emerge slightly dazed from these three major sonatas in the certain knowledge that we have spent an hour in the exclusive company of the Master of Bonn. This man oozes music from every pore and it is almost an extension of his body. Those who have experienced a concert by Fazıl Say know that it is a unique experience, a masterclass in energy that sweeps away everything in its path.
Under 9 : Free ticket to collect at the control desk on the morning of the concert
Coréalisation Jeanine Roze Production / Théâtre des Champs-Elysées