This concert took place in the concert hall without a live audience: you can (re)watch the livestream until 5 March.
Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 4 emerges with unexpected gentleness. Rather than the authoritarian sounds of a full orchestra, the first notes are played softly on the piano, the gentle murmuring of a theme based on repeated notes and simple harmonies.
Apart from the unorthodox decision to begin with the solo piano, the musical material itself is a bombshell. No wonder a review in May 1809 stated that "this concerto is the most admirable, singular, artistic and complex Beethoven concerto ever".
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Ludwig van Beethoven
Klavierkonzert Nr. 4 G-Dur op. 58
The Brussels Philharmonic musicians on stage for tonight's concert.download list of musicians
A portrait of Liebrecht, made in 2012 by Matthias Paternoster as graduation project.watch the video
Want to learn more about this concert's programme? Download the programme notes and booklet.download programme booklet
Beethoven's piano concerti 3 & 4, in an arrangement for quintet and performed by Liebrecht and his teacher Jan Michiels.watch the video
This concert will take place in the concert hall, even without a live audience: you can watch the concert via the livestream.
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Livestream available until 4 March.