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When Lucas Debargue made his world debut in Moscow in 2015, Olivier Bellamy on the Huffington Post website didn’t spare his praise: “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.” Keen to present to the public less well-known works, the artistic vision and creative freedom of a talent that claims its rightful place have left their mark from the start. Four years later, he has his premiere in Gulbenkian Music.
Lucas Debargue Piano
Polaca No. 6, in A-flat major, op. 53
Barcarola in F-sharp major, op. 60
Scherzo No. 2, in B-flat minor, op. 31
Noturno in C minor, op. 48 No. 1
Scherzo No. 1, in B minor, op. 20
Piano Sonata No. 2, in A major, op. 21
Nostalgie du pays
Improvisation on (standard jazz) Just you just me