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22 February 2023

Piano and beyond

by Eva Klein

They say the piano, with its 88 keys, is an orchestra in itself. Throughout the month of March, the Philharmonie will show audiences that this instrument may also hold the key to their hearts…

Here are a few selected highlights to journey on towards World Piano Day, taking place –that’s easy to guess!– on 29.03., the 88th day of the year...


Hélène Grimaud

The journey commences pianissimo on 05.03. with Hélène Grimaud. With the touch of her fingertips, the French performer interprets intimate classics from Johann Sebastian Bach, Ludwig van Beethoven and Johannes Brahms. 

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Javier Perianes

A secret garden, the heavy and fragrant heat of a summer night... A dream? Not for composer Manuel de Falla who summons on 10.03. the magic of his native Andalusia in Noches en los jardines de España

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Yuja Wang

Today’s piano legends pay tribute to the «last great Romantic» this month at the Philharmonie. On 13.03., Yuja Wang will tackle Sergei Rachmaninov's favourite, the formidable Piano Concerto No. 3

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Rudolf Buchbinder

On 18.03., a poignant encounter awaits the audience. Rudolf Buchbinder will lend his ten fingers to a jewel of the Romantic repertoire: Robert Schumann’s one and only Piano Concerto...

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Sergei Babayan & Daniil Trifonov

How does one prepare for spring in style? With Sergei Rachmaninov’s exhilarating Suites for two pianos, which will be performed on 20.03. by Sergei Babayan and Daniil Trifonov.

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crédits illustration: Aureja Juceviciute