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Oeuvre: Venezia e Napoli

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CompositeurLiszt, Franz (1811-1886)
ÉpoqueRomantique
Type d'oeuvreInstrumental
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UchauxRécital Liszt

© Jean-Baptiste Millot
Liszt
Suzana Bartal, Piano
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Italian Holiday for Louis Lortie at Cadogan Hall

Louis Lortie © Elias
French-Canadian pianist Louis Lortie brought Italy to London in a lunchtime recital which perfectly captured the vivid sights, sounds and colours of Naples and Venice.

Lortie brings Liszt's Italian pilgrimage to the Wigmore Hall

The "second year" of Liszt's Années de Pèlerinage takes us an a tour around Italy's artistic treasures: painting by Raphael, sculpture by Michelangelo, poetry by Petrarch and Dante and music (allegedly) by Salvator Rosa.

Prom 54: Late Night Liszt

In a setting Liszt himself would have approved of – the grand hall, the plush red velvet swags and tails, the full nine feet of gleaming Steinway stretched across a stage bathed in a curious blue light, the eager Prommers craning in expectation – Canadian pianist Marc-André Hamelin celebrated the composer’s 200th birthday in a recital of coruscating virtuosity and extreme pianism.

Evgeny Kissin at Barbican Centre

When Evgeny Kissin first walked on stage at the Barbican Centre, his gentle smile and humble demeanor seemed ill equipped for the exuberance of Liszt’s piano works. But from the moment notes first spilled out from the piano, Kissin had the audience transfixed.