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Chopin and his Europe

Performances from last year's festival in Warsaw celebrating the music of Chopin and some of the composers who were inspired by his legacy, such as Debussy and Bizet.

Performances from last year's Chopin and his Europe festival in Warsaw celebrating the music of Chopin and some of the composers who were inspired by his legacy, such as Debussy and Bizet

The 2018 Chopin and his Europe festival opened with a programme of Penderecki, Debussy, Bizet and Chopin himself; this is followed by solo works played on the fortepiano by Alexei Lubimov, twentieth century discoveries by Tansman and Rathaus, and a fizzling fortepiano concerto by J C Bach

2.00pm
Penderecki: Polonez
Debussy: Rapsodie for saxophone & orchestra
Chopin: Piano Concerto no.2 in F minor
Debussy: Prelude a l'apres-midi d'un faune
Bizet: Roma
Lukasz Dyczko, saxophone
Szymon Nehring, piano
Beethoven Academy Orchestra
Jean-Luc Tingaud, conductor

3.40pm
Chopin: Ballade no.1 in G minor
Alexei Lubimov, fortepiano

3.50pm
Tansman: Polish Rhapsody
Rathaus: Piano Concerto
Yaara Tal, piano
Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra
Jacek Kaspszyk, conductor

4.35
J C Bach: Keyboard Concerto in D
Tobias Koch, fortepiano
Concerto Koln
Gianluca Capuano, conductor

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