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Sep 14, 2011

Best wishes for the new season


Rafał Blechacz will begin his new 2011/2012 season on September 15 in Brussels.
He then will go to Germany, Switzerland and Paris this year.
All the best to our beloved artist!



September 15
Concerto No.2 by Liszt
with Orchestre National de Belgique
Conductor: Antoni Wit
@Palais des Beaux-Arts / Salle Henry Le Bœuf
program page
onb.be



Cultural Service of Polish Embassy in Belgium
(quote)
"The uncontested winner of the prestigious Warsaw Chopin competition in 2005, Polish pianist Rafał Blechacz has wasted no time in revealing, behind his reserved appearance, a delicate touch, a rich imagination and, above all, a great musical heart. "
(unquote)

oorgetuige.be (Dutch)
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October 7
Recital @@Kloster Polling, Bibliotheksaal, Weilheim, Germany
ticket



The cloister is located in a beautiful environment of Bavaria.





October 8, 2011
Recital @Prinzregententheater, Munich
Prinzregententheater program page
ticket
Panoramic view of the concert hall











October 14, 2011
Recital @Konzerthaus Dortmund, Großer Saal
Program page



"It is a rarity indeed so that so many outstanding young pianists aged 20-25, would set the trend to grand stages. All perform Chopin this year. However, only few of them play as well as Rafał Blechacz...".(Ruhr Nachrichten” Julia Gaβ, from the review of the recital in 2010 in Dortmund)




October 17, 2011
recital @Kammermusiksaal Philharmonie, Berlin
Berlin Philharmonic website
ticket
another ticket site
program





**rtbf.be airs Blechacz's recital in Schwetzingen (May), 14:00, September 15.

(Scheduled post)

4 comments:

  1. I haven't been at the Kloster Polling, but I can imagine that the acoustic there would be excellent. Also the building and hall look very pretty. I prefer this kind of hall to morden and big ones. As I promised you I'd try to collect some reviews about Blechacz. You'd better know that German critics are often too critical. So don't be shocked;-)

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  2. All the best to our great artist! :)

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  3. Dear lotus-eater,
    Yes, it must have a wonderful acoustics and atmosphere making the music further special. Thanks for your kind offer. For the past four years, I have NEVER seen a critical review of Blechacz's performances/recordings from Germany, at least from the media on the Internet. Thanks also for your info about Prinzregententheater. I had the opportunity to visit this hall in August during my summer vacation. It's a very good venue in a quiet environment.
    Sorry for the delay in replying; I've been on a business trip.

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  4. Dear Maria Pia, your wishes were heard; it was a great success at Palais des Beaux-Arts on Sept.15 and Rafał was said to have played the Rubinstein way. Just imagining it gives me a lot of emotions.

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