Boris Giltburg, winner of the Queen Elisabeth Music Competition 2013 and artist in residence at Flagey, plays the First Piano Sonata, Op. 28 by Sergei Rachmaninov and talks about his interpretation and knowledge of this piece. As a lover of history and literature, he reveals to us the secrets of Rachmaninov's passionate music. In his typically enthusiastic way, he explores with us the composer's sources of inspiration and the many ideas that make this music so unique.
Video podcast in English on sale from 26 April (9:00) and available online from 30 April (11:00) until 16 May (23:45)
Also in this series:
- lecture-performance (in English) by Stéphane Galland,
available online from 21 May (11:00) until 6 June (23:45)
- lecture-performance (in French) by Nelson Goerner,
available online from 11 June (11:00) until 27 June (23:45)