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Feb 6, 2010

Rafał Blechacz in Rome, fans in US and Japan


Rafał Blechacz on Jan.30 in Rome, interviewed on the inauguration of Chopin Year



From TVP.pl, , containing the video of interview with Rafał Blechacz in Rome on Jan.30 when he inaugurated the Chopin Year in Rome by performing Concerto No.2.

This is the same video as the one I posted three days ago.

I was not able to see this video and informed that in U.S., TVP is not viewable. (Maybe neither in Japan).
But I sincerely hope that you can see it in your regions,
and want to thank the contributor for the info.

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I read that in Washington DC, US,
..."due to severe weather conditions, the Kennedy Center is closed effective 3:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 5 and will remain closed on Saturday, Feb. 6. All Friday and Saturday performances are cancelled. Information on Sun., Feb. 7 performances will be posted as it becomes available".

Kennedy Center is the venue where Blechacz will perform a recital on Feb.27.
Hope that the weather condition will be favorable around the date of his concert.

The ticket for this recital on Feb.27 was sold out last August. All the seats were booked only by subscribers and no ticket was left for single ticket buyers. One of my friends in US was very sad because she and her husband were really looking forward to going to this recital, the first attendance of Blechacz's recital for her.

I saw a "wanted" ad written by another fan on craigslist site:
"If anyone is unable to use their tickets to see Rafal Blechacz perform at the Kennedy Center on February 27, I'm very interested in obtaining two. It sold out before I knew about the event. Ignore the price specified above, as I'm willing to pay whatever the ticket price was".



Argentina's site, Blechacz's CD "Chopin The Piano Concertos", to be available on Feb.23 (US import).



Two Japanese fans today notified me of info about ticket sales for Blechacz's Japan tour in October.
I've not kept my eyes on that, thinking that Japan tour is eight months away.
But tickets have been already on sale for a couple of recitals.
See concert schedule (2) ←This list is not a complete one; it is a collection of what I know now

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