Michel Dalberto In Recital At The 2010 International Chopin Festival, Warsaw – Past Daily Mid-Week Concert

Michel Dalberto - wünderkind at the age of 3.

Michel Dalberto – Wünderkind at the age of 3.

Michel Dalberto – In Recital at the 2010 International Chopin Festival – August 18, 2010 – Radio France Musique – Part 1

Michel Dalberto – In Recital at the 2010 International Chopin Festival – August 18, 2010 – Radio France Musique – Part 2

Michel Dalberto – Prize winning pianist, who began studying at the age of 3 and rose to prominence by the age of 12 and has had a long-lasting and highly successful career as one of the world’s great pianists ever since.

From his initial studies with the legendary Vlado Perlemuter, he won the prestigious Clara Haskil Prize in 1975, and later won the first prize at the Leeds International Piano Competition.

Since then he has enjoyed a career that has alternated between performing and assuming duties as Professor of Piano and the Paris Conservertoire as well as adviser on numerous piano competitions as well as an extensive recording schedule.

This week’s concert comes by way of the 2010 International Chopin Festival, held in Warsaw during August of 2010.

The concert is broken up into two parts – and here’s what you’ll be listening to:

Varsovie : Récital Michel Dalberto, Piano

Part 1 (top player)
Wolfgang-Amadeus Mozart
Rondo en La mineur K.511
Adagio en Si mineur K.540

Franz Liszt
Nocturne N°1 en La bémol majeur, Ext. des Liebesträume S.541
Nocturne N°2 en Mi majeur, Ext. des Liebesträume S.541
Nocturne N°3 en La bémol majeur, Ext. des Liebesträume S.541
Réminiscences de ‘Norma’ de Vincenzo Bellini, S.394
Le Souhait N°1, Ext. des Six chants polonais S.480
Le Printemps N°2, Ext. des Six chants polonais S.480
Ma bien-aimée N°5, Ext. des Six chants polonais S.480

Part 2 (bottom player)
Robert Schumann
Carnaval, Scènes mignonnes sur quatre notes Op.9

Gabriel Fauré
Nocturne N°6 en Ré bémol majeur Op.63 (1894)

Frédéric Chopin
Prélude en Ut dièse mineur Op.45 (1841)

Concert donné le 18 août 2010 en la Salle de chambre de la Philharmonie de Varsovie dans le cadre du Festival international de musique ‘Chopin et son Europe’

We might be a little late for Wednesday afternoon rush hour – but that’s not to say you can’t enjoy this for the Thursday Morning crunch.

Either way, enjoy

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