Théâtre des Champs Élysées

Cédric Tiberghien  piano    

Immerse yourself in the Austro-Hungarian Empire with dazzling works by Beethoven, Bartók and the famous Hungarian Dances by Brahms

Beethoven  Sonata No. 21 op. 53 « Waldstein »
Bartók  Three Burlesques op. 8c Sz47
Brahms  Ten Hungarian Dances

Cédric Tiberghien, one of the most highly praised French instrumentalists and a graduate of the BBC New Generation Artists scheme 2005 to 2007, where he was deemed to be elegance incarnate and an impeccable musician, is quite a rare performer in his native country . As the winner of the Long-Thibaut Competition in 1998, he is at home with all aspects of the repertoire. Nothing intimidates him and everything exerts an appeal, from the Waldstein sonata, a brilliant and profound work by Beethoven, and the lively intricacies of Bartók, through to the delightful Hungarian Dances of Brahms, which he has also recorded. He is a formidable pianist and a performer with the surest of touches.

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