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Commemorative ANZAC Day Recital by Maestro RA Lustchevsky

When:

Wed 25 Apr 2018, 7:30pm–8:30pm

Where: Lewis Eady, 75 Great South Road, Remuera, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Adults: $30.00
  • Senior: $20.00
  • Student: $15.00
  • Child: $10.00
  • Earlybird: $20.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Raphael Lustchevsky is a Steinway Artist, listed on the Steinway & Sons Artists Roster in New York since 2001, featuring the world's finest pianists.

He debuted at the age of 16 with the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, his talents taking him around the globe for more than two decades. Today he is one of the most accomplished Polish artists, performing with leading orchestras, in prestigious festivals and concert halls.

As a sought out visiting professor and successful music educator he delivers master courses for young pianists in many locations; this time also in India. He designed and developed two regional Chopin piano competitions.

“A musician who approaches music with intelligent understanding(…) the performances were carefully developed and fastidiously delivered.” - Houston Chronicle, Houston TX, U.S.

“One of the finest performers of Chopin's repertoire in the world and one of the greatest pianists of his generation.” - LongPlay CD reviews, Warsaw, Poland

“He has got the paws of a keyboard’s lion.” - Göttinger Tageblatt, Göttingen, Germany

“With powerful accents and soft, fine-cut cantilenas, he gave these two dozen miniatures plasticity and radiance (Chopin Preludes).”

“Ground jewels.” - Berner Zeitung, Berne, Switzerland

“A soulful performance by international concert pianist from Poland, who charmed the people present with his magical fingers and left the audience asking for more." - The Times of India, New Delhi, India

“The most defining feature of Lustchevsky's artistic personality is a clear discursive clarity.” - Granvalparaiso, Valparaiso, Chile

“An artist whose technical purity of performance is perfectly blended with intelligence, temperament and rich musical imagination.” - Prof. Andrzej Jasiński

“A wonderful pianist and distinct artistic personality.” - Eugene Indjic

“I had the impression that there was nothing he could not do on the piano. If you have the chance to listen to this remarkable young man play I am sure you will be as I was, spellbound.” - Sir James Galway, OBE

Programme:
F. Chopin - Impromptu in F sharp major, Op.36
F. Chopin - Waltz in A flat major, Op.34
F. Chopin - Scherzo in C sharp minor, Op.39
R. Schumann / F. Liszt - Two Lieder:
Fruehlingsnacht
Liebeslied-Widmung
F. Liszt ~ Hungarian Rhapsody No.2

Interval:
I. J. Paderewski - From “Miscellanea” Op.16:
Legende
Menuet
M. de Falla - Two Spanish Dances from the Oper, La Vida Breve”
G. Gershwin - Rhapsody in Blue

You can’t afford to miss it!

Earlybird ticket booking opens until 16.04.18. Earlybirds attendees must register for this event using am.gazetapolonia@gmail.com.

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