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Oeuvre: Carnaval, Op.9

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CompositeurSchumann, Robert (1810-1856)
ÉpoqueRomantique
Type d'oeuvreInstrumental
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LondresSimon Callaghan

© Kaupo Kikkas
Beethoven, Schubert, Schumann
Simon Callaghan, Piano

DijonSophie Pacini

Chopin, Liszt, Schumann
Sophie Pacini, Piano

New York CityLeif Ove Andsnes

© Gregor Hohenberg
Schumann, Janáček, Bartók
Leif Ove Andsnes, Piano

LondresAdmission: One Shilling

Schubert, Brahms, Schumann, Chopin, Bach, Beethoven, Scarlatti
Piers Lane; Patricia Routledge

OsloLeif Ove Andsnes

Schumann, Janáček, Bartók
Leif Ove Andsnes, Piano
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Scientifique et facétieux Jean-Nicolas Diatkine à Gaveau

Jean-Nicolas Diatkine © Jean-Nicolas Diatkine
Un pianiste d’une rare sincérité. Compte-rendu.

Dana Ciocarlie main dans la main avec Schumann au Théâtre des Champs-Élysées

Dana Ciocarlie © Julien Hanck
On sait à quel point la Roumanie est une terre d’élection du plus grand piano et Dana Ciocarlie ne dément pas de cette tradition.

Boris Giltburg at Cheltenham Music Festival

Boris Giltburg  ©  Chris Gloag
Boris Giltburg was one of the must-see performers of this year’s Cheltenham Music Festival, having won the prestigious Queen Elisabeth Competition for pianists back in June. The hall at the Pittville Pump Room was packed full of anticipation for this renowned pianist.

Stephen Hough explores Brahms and Schumann at the Barbican

Stephen Hough  ©  Sim Canetty-Clarke
There are very few musicians who could lay claim to a MacArthur Fellowship, and even fewer pianists, but then it seems that Stephen Hough is no ordinary pianist: writer, composer and recognised polymath, Mr Hough’s phenomenal playing skills still find time to shine alongside his many other extraordinary talents, and his performance at this recital was no exception.

Portraits and Dedications: Leon McCawley at Wigmore Hall

Leon McCawley  ©  Clive Barda
A lunchtime recital at the Wigmore Hall is always a pleasure, and a welcome opportunity to pause for an hour or so to enjoy exceptionally high-quality music in a fine setting, and today’s concert, given by pianist Leon McCawley was no exception.