Wednesday, 25 November 2020
Théâtre des Champs-Elysées
Each of Brahms’ piano concertos are titans of any pianist’s repertoire in their own right. Adam Laloum says about the second concerto: "It contains […] fantasy, with an extraordinary sense of noblesse and maybe a different type of generosity: it is warmer and more human. Although it is an immense work, sometimes in it [Brahms] talks about simple things and even about humor – always with a lot of tenderness.
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