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Lisztomanias de Châteauroux
P. Bianconi © William Beaucardet / M. Coppey © Kyoko Homma
Philippe Bianconi & Marc Coppey
Concert 'Brahms, Wagner and ultime Liszt'
Équinoxe, Scène Nationale

Date and reservation

Saturday 22 October, 2022
8.30 pm
Online reservation

EN / Une musicalité et une maîtrise technique extraordinaires qui confèrent à la musique une fraîcheur, une immédiateté et une force de conviction rarement rencontrées.

— EN / The London Times, à propos de Philippe Bianconi

EN / Le violoncelliste Marc Coppey [...] a donné dans Schumann et Brahms une démonstration de romantisme bien compris, avec un jeu épanoui et parfaitement centré, une sonorité chaude et boisée, un vibrato naturel et jamais crispé.

— EN / Le Figaro


  • Franz Liszt
    Consolation No. 3 in D flat major
    Lied Die Zelle in Nonnenwerth
  • Johannes Brahms
    Sonata No. 2 for Cello and Piano in F major, Op. 99
  • Interval
  • Johannes Brahms
    Two Hungarian Dances
  • Franz Liszt
    Lugubre gondole No. 2
    Funérailles (piano solo) (extract from Harmonies Poétiques et Religieuses)
  • Wagner/Liszt
    Romance de l’étoile « O du meiner holder Abendstern », from the opera Tannhauser
  • Franz Liszt
    Elégie No. 1
  • Franz Liszt
    Les Jeux d’eau à la Villa d’Este (piano solo), extract from Années de Pèlerinage, 3rd Year
    Romance oubliée
En rêve (transcription by Marc Coppey)


Since his success at the Van Cliburn competition in the 1980s, Philippe Bianconi has led an international career and pursued his musical itinerary, patiently deepening his musical furrow away from the media spotlight. His playing has been praised as “always close to the soul of the music, filling the space with poetry and life (Washington Post ); “his lyricism and lofty view join a powerful touch that makes the piano sing with a sonority rich in color” (Le Figaro).

Marc Coppey caught the attention of the musical world when he won the two highest prizes of the Leipzig Bach Competition at age 18 – the fist prize and the special prize for the best interpretation of Bach, and was discovered by Yehudi Menuhin. He made his debuts in Moscow and Paris, playing the Tchaikovsky trio with Yehudi Menuhin and Victoria Postnikova. After being invited by Rostropovitch to the Evian festival, he has led an international career as a soloist with the most prestigious orchestras and conductors. He is passionate about chamber music. He explores the chamber repertoire with the great pianists, 

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