Lucas Debargue - Konzerthaus, Vienna Austria 2019
Lucas Debargue’s piano solo performance at the Konzerthaus (Mozart-Saal) in Vienna, Austria on 20th of February 2019 - Filming and Live broadcast feed HD/4K.
Lucas Debargue © Les Films de la Decouverte
Konzerthaus Mozart-Saal © Les Films de la Decouverte
Les Films de la Découverte will be producing the filming for Lucas Debargue’s piano solo performance at the Konzerthaus (Mozart-Saal) in Vienna, Austria on 20th of february 2019 (HD/4K)
Live broadcast feed available
Lucas Debargue’s programme :
Polonaise As-Dur op. 53 (1842)
Barcarolle Fis-Dur op. 60 (1845-1846)
Scherzo Nr. 2 b-moll op. 31 (1837)
Nocturne c-moll op. 48/1 (1841)
Scherzo Nr. 1 h-moll op. 20 (1831-1832)
Ludwig van Beethoven
Sonate c-moll op. 111 (1821-1822)
Lucas Debargue :
“There hasn’t been a foreign pianist who has caused such a stir since Glenn Gould’s arrival in Moscow in the midst of the Cold War, or Van Cliburn’s victory at the Tchaikovsky Competition.” Olivier Bellamy, Le Huffington Post
French pianist Lucas Debargue was discovered through his performances at the 15th International Tchaikovsky Competition held in Moscow in 2015. Although winning only fourth place in the final round, he was the only musician across all disciplines who was awarded with the coveted Moscow Music Critic’s Prize as a pianist whose “incredible gift, artistic vision, and creative freedom have impressed the critics as well as the audience”.
Call on all potentially interested international broadcasters for joint coproduction/pre-buy
Contact : Les Films de la Découverte - 22 rue Chinard, Lyon France
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