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Performer: Alexandre Tharaud

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AmsterdamSabine Devieilhe and Alexandre Tharaud

© Fabien Monthubert
Debussy, Poulenc, Fauré, Ravel
Sabine Devieilhe; Alexandre Tharaud

AmsterdamSpotlight: Alexandre Tharaud and Arod Quartet with Dvořák

© Simon van Boxtel
Haydn, Mendelssohn, Dvořák
Quatuor Arod; Alexandre Tharaud

AmsterdamSpotlight: Alexandre Tharaud

© Simon van Boxtel
Couperin, Ravel, Hahn
Alexandre Tharaud, Piano

QuebecJean-Guihen Queyras et Alexandre Tharaud au Club musical de Québec

© Marco Borggreve
Debussy, Brahms, Chopin, Popper, Haydn, Kreisler
Jean-Guihen Queyras; Alexandre Tharaud

AmsterdamJean-Guihen Queyras and Alexandre Tharaud

© Simon van Boxtel
Debussy, Poulenc, Brahms
Jean-Guihen Queyras; Alexandre Tharaud
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Two arresting new works in Cleveland season opener

Franz Welser-Möst © Roger Mastroianni
Pantheon, by Cleveland Orchestra oboist Jeffrey Rathbun, and Hans Abrahamsen’s Left, alone with pianist Alexandre Tharaud in his TCO debut showed the ensemble’s strengths.
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Shostakovich 4 glows with passion in Rotterdam

Yannick Nézet-Séguin © Hans van der Woerd
Shostakovich proves the highlight of a variable programme in Rotterdam. 
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RLPO joins the dance at Sage Gateshead

Alexandre Tharaud © Marco Borggreve
The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and Vasiliy Petrenko make a guest visit to Sage Gateshead, bringing their contributions by Ravel and Rachmaninov to this year's concert theme of Dance.
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A fitting cabaret to celebrate Erik Satie's 150th

Alistair McGowan © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
Alistair McGowan, Alexandre Tharaud and Jean Delescluse bring together the humour, intimacy, pathos and occasional profundity of the enigmatic Erik Satie in the 150th year of his birth.
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Abrahamsen's Left, Alone receives UK première

Sandwiched between Debussy’s charming Children’s Corner and Mahler’s invitation to heaven, Abrahamsen unveiled his piano concerto for left hand. It was certainly a night for stark contrasts in tone and theme.
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