Théâtre des Champs Élysées

Orchestre de chambre de Paris
Adrien Perruchon  direction
Javier Perianes  piano    

A lively tempo for an evening of Mendelssohn, Schumann and the powerful "Emperor" Concerto by Beethoven performed by Javier Perianes

Due tto illness, the conductor Gérard Korsten will be replaced by Adrien Perruchon
Thank you for your understanding

Overture, Scherzo and Finale op. 52
Beethoven  Piano Concerto No. 5 « Emperor »
Mendelssohn  Symphony No. 4 op. 90 « Italian »

1809 was an annus horribilis for Austria. The invasion of Napoleon’s troops, the occupation of Vienna and the trauma of the bombardments of 11 and 12 May left Austria scarred. The calls to revolt that can be found on the manuscripts of Beethoven’s contemporary Concerto No. 5 are unequivocal: Angriff! Sieg! (Attack! Victory!). Such violence and passion demand a soloist of great stature. Javier Perianes, a brilliant exponent of the Spanish school of piano playing, is one of those young artists whose personality effortlessly dominates the emotion and grandeur of this style of music. 


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