Piano stars

5 recitals, in black and white, to present the great pianists of our time.

The recitals on the Grand Steinway at the Salle Philharmonique feature five of the most captivating personalities, including two First Prize winners of the Queen Elisabeth Competition, Lukáš Vondráček, who explores a world of fantasy ranging from Schumann to Brahms and Scriabin, and Jonathan Fournel, whose subtle touch enchants his audiences. Also on the bill are Elisabeth Leonskaja, the grande dame of the Russian school, with her powerful, ethereal playing, Maki Namekawa, Philip Glass's muse, and not forgetting the triumphant Nikolaï Lugansky, in Mendelssohn, Chopin and his own arrangements of Wagner.


145 / 80 € (5 concerts)


+/- 1h50
Liège, Salle Philharmonique
Recital / Solo recital

Maki Namekawa

Maki Namekawa, Philip Glass's regular pianist, divides her time between the work of the New York minimalist and the jazz of Keith Jarrett and Chick Corea.
+/- 1h45
Liège, Salle Philharmonique
Recital / Solo recital

Jonathan Fournel

First Prize winner of the 2021 Queen Elisabeth Competition at the age of 27, Jonathan Fournel has come up with an eclectic recital based around Brahms, Bach, Chopin and Szymanowski.