2017 Tour in Centre-Val de Loire region (France)

Virtus – “value” and “bravery” – is the Latin origin of virtuosity. But what does it mean to be a virtuoso pianist?

Every artist, every pianist confronts one day about virtuosity, a theme of course related to the technical agility of the instrumentalist but also requires us to reflect on the importance of expressiveness.

Takuya Otaki, First Prize of the 12th International Piano Competition of Orleans, will propose concerts around this theme as well as master-classes to the pianists of tomorrow: the students of the conservatories who will have the opportunity, through a crucial theme, to meet this young talent already laureate of a great piano competition.

He will give recitals and masterclasses in 10 cities in the region Centre-Val de Loire (France), from November 7th to December 6th 2017:

Dates:

07/11/2017 Tours, Conservatoire Auditorium (masterclass)
07/11/2017 Tours, Salle Thélème Université (recital)
08/11/2017 Montargis, Théâtre Le Tivoli (masterclass and recital)
11/11/2017 Châteauroux, Chapelle des Rédemptoristes (masterclass and recital)
14/11/2017 Châteaudun, École de musique Auditorium (masterclass and recital)
18/11/2017 Blois, Conservatoire Auditorium (masterclass and recital)
21/11/2017 Orléans, Conservatoire Salle de l’Institut (masterclass)
22/11/2017 Vierzon, La Décale (masterclass and recital)
23/11/2017 Bourges, Conservatoire Auditorium (recital)
24/11/2017 Bourges, Conservatoire Salle Mozart (masterclass)
25/11/2017 Orléans, Musée des Beaux-Arts (Conference of François-Xavier Szymczak: Bartók and the Virtuosity)
28/11/2017 Gien, Espace culturel Auditorium (recital)
29/11/2017 Orléans, Le Bouillon Université (recital)
06/12/2017 Amboise, Théâtre Beaumarchais (masterclass and recital)

Programme:

A. Boucourechliev, Archipel IV
D. Scarlatti, Sonatas K.27, K.519, K.141
F. Liszt, Mephisto Waltz n°1
B. Bartók, Rhapsodie
H. Parra, Una Pregunta

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