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Jan Lisiecki © Cristoph Köstlin

Klavierabend Jan Lisiecki


Saturday 17 February 2024
19:30 – ca. 21:30
Großer Saal



Jan Lisiecki, Klavier


Frédéric Chopin

Prélude Des-Dur op. 28/15 »Regentropfen-Prélude« (1836–1839)

Prélude As-Dur (1834)

Johann Sebastian Bach

Präludium 1 C-Dur BWV 846 (Das wohltemperierte Klavier, Band I) (1722)

Sergej Rachmaninoff

Prélude d-moll op. 23/3 (1903)

Karol Szymanowski

Prélude h-moll op. 1/1 (1900)

Prélude d-moll op. 1/2 (1900)

Prélude Des-Dur op. 1/3 (1900)

Olivier Messiaen

La colombe (Huit Préludes Nr. 1) (1928–1929)

Chant d'extase dans un paysage triste (Huit Préludes Nr. 2) (1928–1929)

Le nombre léger (Huit Préludes Nr. 3) (1928–1929)

Frédéric Chopin

Prélude cis-moll op. 45 (1841)

Sergej Rachmaninoff

Prélude cis-moll op. 3/2 (Morceaux de fantaisie) (1892)

Henryk Mikołaj Górecki

Präludium op. 1/1 (1955)

Präludium op. 1/4 (1955)

Johann Sebastian Bach

Präludium 2 c-moll BWV 847 (Das wohltemperierte Klavier, Band I) (1722)

Sergej Rachmaninoff

Prélude g-moll op. 23/5 (1901)


Frédéric Chopin

24 Préludes op. 28 (1836–1839)



Robert Schumann

Romanze Fis-Dur op. 28/2 (Drei Romanzen) (1839)

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»Préludes«: Poetic and intelligent

»Crystal clear, poetic and intelligent« wrote the New York Times about Jan Lisiecki's interpretations. The maturity of the 28-year-old pianist is always praised in the highest terms by the experts. At the age of only 15, he signed a contract with a major international record label, with which he has since released nine albums. Three years later he received the Leonard Bernstein Award and was honored by Gramophone Magazine with the Young Artist Award. In his latest program, the Canadian-born pianist presents a foray through the history of the prelude: a genre that has undergone numerous transformations from the Baroque to the modern era - and is an integral part of keyboard art for piano fans.

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