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François Frédéric Guy Plays Brahms

This concert launches François-Frédéric Guy’s “Brahms Project”. After a few years of devotion for Beethoven, the pianist leads us in a journey through German romanticism with a selection of emblematic works by Brahms. He performs in this programme two of the three Piano Sonatas, not often associated in a same concert. The piano of the young genius, alternatively abrupt and singing, melodic and symphonic, created such an audacity that Schumann had to write: “Here comes the new prophet of German Music!”. Such an intense moment and a passionate challenge.

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