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2018.07.19 (THU) 08: 00 pm LOTTE Concert Hall

    70,000(R), 50,000(S), 30,000(A), 20,000(B), 10,000(C)

conductor- Jun Märkl

piano- Nikolai Demidenko

※ Artists, program, date and venue are subject to change.

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About the Concert


THU July 19, 2018 20:00 | LOTTE Concert Hall


Jun Märkl, conductor

Nikolai Demidenko, piano


Debussy, En blanc et noir (arr. Robin Holloway) *Asian premiere of orchestral version

Chopin, Piano Concerto No. 2 in F minor, Op. 21


Debussy, Images pour orchestre, L. 122

Total Duration: 110 minutes(incl. intermission)

 Pre-concert talk(in Korean) 30 minutes before start of concert.

“What rules do you follow?” asked Claude Debussy’s teacher. “Pleasure”, he replied. But pleasure can unlock whole worlds, and Debussy’s imagination held the key to a century that would change music forever. 100 years after Debussy’s death in 1918, Jun Märkl explores the endlessly subtle colours of Debussy’s Images – but he begins in black and white, with the Asian premiere of a new orchestral version of one of Debussy’s most individual piano pieces. In between comes music from another quiet revolutionary, and when you’ve got music as sweet, as sparkling and as warm-hearted as Chopin’s youthful Second Piano Concerto, it’s hard to imagine a better soloist than the veteran Russian virtuoso Nikolai Demidenko.

Program Note by Richard Bratby

Featured Artists
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    conductorJun Märkl

    Jun Märkl has long been known as a highly respected interpreter of the core Germanic repertoire from both the symphonic and operatic traditions, and more recently for his refined and idiomatic explorations of the French impressionists. His long-standing relationships at the state operas of Vienna, Berlin, Munich and Semperop...

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    pianoNikolai Demidenko

    Authoritative interpretations of over fifty concerti, specifically those of Beethoven, Chopin, Brahms, Prokofiev, Rachmaninov and Tchaikovsky, have brought Nikolai Demidenko worldwide recognition and critical acclaim. His passionate, virtuosic performances and musical individuality marked him as one of the most extraordinary pian...

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