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Carnival of Vienna op 26
6 lyrical pieces
Bell ringing op.54 no.6
Valse-impromtu op.47 no.1
Homeward op.62 no.6
Dream vision op.62 no.5
Wedding march in Troldhaugen op.65 no.6
Sonata no. 5 in C major (revised 1952-53)
Un poco allegretto
Sonata no. 2 in D minor Op.14 (1912)
Allegro, ma non troppo - More moved - First Time
Joke. Cheerful marked
Vivace - Moderato - Vivace
The first piano recital of the XXXI Season of symphonic music and chamber of Mestre, organized by the Culture Department of the Municipality of Venice in collaboration with the Friends of Music of Mestre, is entrusted to a young Russian artist, Lukas Geniušas, who will play at the Teatro Toniolo January 31 at 20:30.
The Geniušas caliber has emerged on the international scene after distinguishing himself by winning some of the most prestigious competitions: First Prize at "Gina Bachauer" Salt Lake City, Second place in the competition "Fryderyk Chopin" in Warsaw and in the Competition " Tchaikovsky "in Moscow.
Lukas Geniušas, who is currently playing concerts all over the world (after Mestre will be in Zurich, Singapore, Osaka, Paris, St. Petersburg, Turin, Milan, Moscow), will present a musical program of high complexity: "Carnival of Vienna op. 26 "by Schumann, lyric pieces of Grieg, sonatas no. 5 in C major (Revision 1952-53) and n. 2 in D minor, Op. 14 by Prokofiev.
During the season the audience will have the opportunity to listen to the piano two other young soloists, winners of piano competitions of primary importance: Beatrice Rana, March 14, and Elena Nefedova, March 31, in addition to world-renowned pianists sisters Katia and Marielle Labèque, May 12, in place of Brunello-Bosso concert.
Lukas Geniušas, born in Moscow in 1990, he began studying piano at five years. Her musical family had a key role in its rapid musical development; in particular Gornostaeva Vera, renowned teacher of the Moscow Conservatory and grandmother of Geniušas, was his mentor from the beginning of early career.
Geniušas has played with many orchestras, including the St. Petersburg Philharmonic, NHK Symphony Orchestra, Hamburg Symphony, BBC Scottish Symphony, Kremerata Baltica, Warsaw Philharmonic, Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra, Russian National Orchestra.
He has played in the most prestigious concert halls including Auditorium du Louvre and Salle Gaveau in Paris, Wigmore Hall and many important theaters in Russia and South America.
His repertoire ranges from the piano concertos of Beethoven to the "Ludus Tonalis" Hindemith and reveals a particular fondness for the Russian authors. Geniušas also made a strong passion to discover contemporary works and rarely performed. These musical choices are reflected in his discography, evenly critically acclaimed. His most recent recordings are the complete edition of Rachmaninov Preludes, "The Emancipation of Dissonance" by Desyatnikov, Arzumanov and Ryuabov, the Chopin Studies op.10 and op.25 and sonatas by Brahms and Beethoven.
From 2015 Geniušas participates in the project philanthropic "Looking at the Stars" in Toronto, which organizes classical music concerts to institutions such as prisons and hospitals, where the public might not have the opportunity to listen to classical music in its traditional expression places.
Whole € 25.00
Reduced € 20.00
Whole € 20.00
Reduced € 15.00
For the first and second concert at the Teatro Toniolo from Saturday, October 8th.
For all other concerts from Wednesday, November 30.
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