Pictures at an Exhibition

Claire Chevallier



*Piano J. D. Becker, St Petersburg (1875)


    MODESTE MOUSSORGSKI (1839 - 1881)
    Une larme (1880)
    Méditation (Feuillet d’album) (1880)

    ALEXANDRE BORODINE (1833 - 1887)
    Petite suite (1885)
    I Au couvent
    II Intermezzo
    III Mazurka I
    IV Mazurka II
    V Sérénade
    VI Nocturne
    VII Rêverie
    VIII Scherzo

    Tableaux d’une exposition (1874)
    I Promenade
    II Gnomus
    III Promenade
    IV Il vecchio castello
    V Promenade
    VI Tuileries
    VII Bydlo
    VIII Promenade
    IX Ballet des poussins dans leurs coques
    X Samuel Goldenberg et Schmuyle
    XI Promenade
    XII Limoges. Le marché
    XIII Catacombae. Sepulcrum romanum
    XIV Cum mortuis in lingua morta
    XV La cabane sur des pattes de poules
    XVI La grande porte de Kiev

Imagine hearing the works of Mussorgsky on an extremely rare period piano, the type of instrument the composer himself could have used? This is what is offered to you by the pianist Claire Chevallier, who realizes her dream with the help of collector Pierre Bouckaert, who found for her the piano dating from 1874-1875, the very period during which Mussorgsky wrote Pictures at an Exhibition.

In this work, the unique and extraordinary colours of the piano reveal the music in all its true colours – a rediscovery that could well forever change your view of the Russian composer.

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  • October 2017
    • Saturday 14 at 20:00
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From 5€ to 25€
1H30 with intermission

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