News: Two exceptional recitals in Prague


The young French pianist Pierre-Arnaud Dablemont will give two recitals at Palffý Palace on November 7th and 14th, 2006 at 7 p.m. Entrance is free.

These concerts are the concretized promise of replacement made after the cancellation of the recital initially scheduled for last June 20th.

Pierre-Arnaud will inaugurate the opening of his new season after an absence of almost three months for health reasons.

Installed in Czech Republic for two years, the young interpreter will occur for the first time as a soloist in the Czech Capital City. Under his fingers, we will hear on November 7th, Beethoven’s sonata in A flat Major opus 26, Chopin’s sonata in B flat minor opus 35, and Ravel’s Gaspard of the night. On November 14th, his program will be devoted to the pictures at an exhibition of Modest Moussorgsky, the Sonata III. of Karol Szymanowski and the third sonata of Luboš Fišer. Two programs including, for the first, works of the great repertory and for the other, pieces relatively little played.

Greeted by the press for his too rare public apparations, the artist delivers always brilliant and mature interpretations of the most difficult piano works. Discrete personality, racé and elegant, incredible pianistic technique, infinite pallet of colors, Pierre-Arnaud Dablemont, by the control of his art, can hold the public’s attention with power.

An intimate hall, a dazzling program, a free concert; all the ingredients are joined together to let yourselves bewitch by this fantastic pianist.