Adam Laloum | Piano à Lyon
In a decade, since winning the Clara Haskil Competition in 2009, pianist Adam Laloum has made a name for himself in the international musical landscape. Painter of sounds, poet in the Verlainian sense of the term, he knows how to resonate with works that require mastery of time and sense of construction. Schubertian before the eternal, this prince of the clouds seems to flush out with a disarming simplicity and a natural confounding the anguish or the mystery of the beyond notes. In Salle Molière, he confronts with Schubert’s last three Sonatas which open infinite horizons where serenity quarrels with anxiety on the verge of death. With this interpreter touched by grace, we bet that this triptych at the edge of the abyss will take, under his inspired fingers, an inimitable dimension between quintessential magic sound and expressive thrill.
22 November 2019