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Rachmaninov, Prokofiev & Scriabin


Alexander Scriabin, Sergei Rachmaninov and Sergei Prokofiev. No matter how close the worlds of these three compatriots and contemporaries, their music was so different. ----- Although Vladimir Nabokov once wrote that the fans of the first two could not stand each ot ...

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Sergei Rachmaninov Isle of the Dead, op. 29 (1909)
Sergei Prokofiev
Piano Concerto No. 3 in C major, Op. 26 (1921)
Alexander Scriabin
Symphony No. 4, ‘Le Poème de l’extase’, Op. 54 (1908)


∙ 18:00 doors open
∙ 18:15 pre-concert: Let there be Light! A Colored-Light Scriabin Recital by pianist Nuno Cernadas (more info soon)
∙ 19:30 introduction: Sander De Keere (EN)
∙ 20:15 concert (with break) [Wolfgang App available]
∙ 22:30 end


Flagey, Studio 4 ∙ Place Sainte-Croix, 1050 Ixelleshow to reach the venue

with the support of Beside Tax Shelter and the Belgian Tax Shelter

"This is one of Prokofiev's most perfect compositions, where inspiration, technique and expression stand at absolutely equal heights and the most joyful piano concerto that I know." – Nikolay Lugansky

“Scriabin holds a central role for me among composers because he was so unique: the only composer to have a deep interest in mysticism and how to explore it through music, and the only one to have given us an answer to that question.” – Kazushi Ono