Royal Festival Hall 2018/19
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Poetry and passion
Beethoven Piano Concerto Cycle
Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 2
Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 3
Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 4
Juanjo Mena conductor
Javier Perianes piano
London Philharmonic Orchestra
Beethoven’s five piano concertos are the ultimate adventure for a virtuoso pianist and a full symphony orchestra. But they’re also a musical self-portrait, and to hear them played by a truly great interpreter is as close as we can get to hearing Beethoven himself at the keyboard. So we’re thrilled to welcome Javier Perianes and his musical kindred spirit Juanjo Mena for two concerts in which they’ll perform the complete cycle. This first instalment finds Beethoven at his darkest, in the Third Concerto; at his wittiest, in the Second; and at his most poetic in the serene, enigmatic Fourth.
Javier Perianes’s Beethoven Piano Concerto Cycle is generously supported by an anonymous donor.
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