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Tristano Francesco © Marie Staggat

Francesco Tristano

Thursday 21 April 2022
19:30 – ca. 20:50



Francesco Tristano, Klavier


»On Early Music«

Francesco Tristano

Hello (2007)

Girolamo Frescobaldi

Toccata quarta, da sonarsi alle Levatione (Libro II di toccate) (1627))

Toccata nona »Non senza fatiga si giunge al fine« (1627))

Toccata ottava »Di durezze e legature« (1627)


On Ground uppon La Mi Re (Bearbeitung: Francesco Tristano)

Johann Sebastian Bach

Englische Suite Nr. 1 A-Dur BWV 806 (Teilaufführung) (1715 ca.)

Francesco Tristano

On John Bull Galliard in d (2021)

Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck

Fantasie 4 in D

Francesco Tristano

Ciacona seconda (2021)

Orlando Gibbons


French Ayre: French Almain – Maske »Welcome Home«

Almain in C

The Italian Ground


Francesco Tristano

Ritornello (2021)

Girolamo Frescobaldi

Aria sopra L'aria di follia (1615)

Francesco Tristano

Aria for RS (2021)

Toccata (2021)



Francesco Tristano

La Franciscana


Medienpartner Der Standard und The Gap
Freie Platzwahl


Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

Greetings from the Far East

As a child he wanted to become a librarian or an astronaut, today Francesco Tristano makes guest appearances in renowned concert halls and hip techno clubs. The pianist, producer and composer oscillates between musical worlds: He is considered a specialist in contemporary and baroque music, but jazz, techno and electro music are also part of his paradigm. His numerous award-winning albums include Bach's »Goldberg Variations« and Berio's complete piano works as well as his own music, which combines (neo-)classical music, minimal music and techno. With »Tokyo Stories,« named after the 1953 Japanese film classic, the Luxembourg native sets a personal monument to the Far Eastern metropolis. If you want to know how Tokyo sounds to Francesco Tristano's ears, you shouldn't miss his return to the Wiener Konzerthaus!

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