The pianist, Szymon Nehring will perform a Chopin concert tomorrow evening, in the main courtyard, at the closing of the festival “Concerts au Palais.”
The romantic atmosphere for the last concert of the summer, Thursday, August 8, in the main courtyard of the Prince’s Palace.
The 24-year-old Polish pianist Szymon Nehring, the winner of the 2017 Arthur Rubinstein international competition in Tel-Aviv, who debuted at Carnegie Hall in New York last year, will be heard in a repertoire he knows well, the second concerto of the Polish composer Frédéric Chopin. Beautiful, tender and voluptuous dialogue between the piano and the orchestra!
The Monte-Carlo Philharmonic will accompany him under the direction of Lawrence Foster.
A VERY POLISH PROGRAM
Some other romantic works evocative of Poland will also be on the program. Like the Polish opera “Roussalka” Dvorak, another Polish extracted from the opera “Eugene Onegin” Tchaikovsky. And the mazurka “Swan Lake” from the same Tchaikovsky.
Another Polish work, contemporary this one, will open the program: the “Revival of Jacob” of the great composer Krysztof Penderecki. A program in red and white, which are both the colours of Poland and the Principality.