ADAM LALOUM IS THE GUEST OF THE LILLE PIANO FESTIVAL
In 1791, Mozart has only a few months to live and returns to the piano concerto’s genre that he abandoned for a few years. In fact, the Concerto No. 27 is a serious and melancholic work with a mix of smiles and tears. It was enough for many commentators to give to this ultimate pianistic opus a testamentary dimension. A talent amongst the most recognized of the new generation, a soul of a poet, a bright and worried sensitivity, Adam Laloum also interprets alongside the Orchestre de Picardie the Concerto No. 24 of 1786, written while the composer was fighting his demons. Saturday, June 15, 2019 at 18:30 at the Auditorium du Nouveau Siècle (Lille).
22 May 2019