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Adela Liculescu

Adela Liculescu © Nancy Horowitz

Adela Liculescu

Adela Liculescu

: 29.01.2021
Year of Birth: 1993
Instrument: Piano
Nationality: Romania
https://www.adelaliculescu.com/

Extraordinary circumstances call for extraordinary measures. In the context of a digital artist’s visit under the motto »Joy«, Adela Liculescu will present herself on January 29, 2021, to the 1a class of the new secondary school in Vienna’s Feuerbachstraße. Up front, the 24 pupils, aged between 10 and 11, will receive a live recording of the pianist’s concert »Moments Musicaux«, which took place on August 18, 2020 at the Main Hall of the Wiener Konzerthaus. In a special interview, Ms. Liculescu talks about her personal approach to Beethoven’s music, in particular his Piano Sonata No 23 in F minor, Op.57, »Appassionata«, pointing out various interesting passages and giving brief instructions to her listeners for the subsequent concert recording. This will be followed by a live discussion via Zoom between the pupils at their homes and Ms. Liculescu at the Schubert Saal of the Wiener Konzerthaus. The kids will be given the opportunity jointly to talk about their impressions and to discuss possible questions, allowing the artist further to explain some of the sonata’s features by repeating them live on the piano. Given her cheerful and upbeat approach, Ms. Liculescu is known to capture her audience’s imagination – even by digital means and despite the fact that she won’t be personally present in the class-room. Owing to her great flexibility, professionalism and artistic excellence, she is able to offer the pupils a topical, open and straightforward access to classical music. Giving a group of youngsters, who have not had any such previous encounters, an understanding of this genre, is a novel experience which, according to the pianist, has had a positive influence on both her artistic and her personal life.

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