Closing concert piano 2021
Wednesday 9 June 2021 (20:00) Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels
 
Jonathan Fournel, piano
Keigo Mukawa, piano
Sergei Redkin, piano
Brussels Philharmonic, dir. Stéphane Denève

Camille Saint-Saëns Concerto n. 5 in F major op. 103
Sergey Prokofiev Concerto n. 2 in G minor op. 16
Fryderyk Chopin Concerto n. 2 in F minor op. 21


Concert with the 1st, 2nd and 3rd laureates

Programme:
Camille Saint-Saëns, Concerto n. 5 in F major op. 103 (Soloist : Keigo Mukawa)
Sergey Prokofiev, Concerto n. 2 in G minor op. 16 (Soloist : Sergei Redkin)
Fryderyk Chopin, Concerto n. 2 in F minor op. 21 (Soloist : Jonathan Fournel)

Broadcasting:
This concert will be recorded in the presence of the persons and companies who made possible the organisation of this exceptional Piano Competition 2021.
It will be broadcast :
  • live on our website, on vrt.nu and on Proximus Pickx
  • live on radio Klara and radio Musiq3
  • live on Ketnet (tv)
  • on Friday June 11th on Arte Concert
  • on Sunday June 20th at 8.30pm on La Trois and Auvio.

The video of the concert will remain available on our website, and on our Youtube channel.


The Brussels Philharmonic was founded in 1935 by the Belgian public broadcaster (NIR/INR). It performs both great classics as well as new compositions. As of 2015-2016, French conductor Stéphane Denève is the orchestra’s music director. He has launched a new plaform, the Centre for Future Orchestral Repertoire, that collects core information about symphonic compositions since the year 2000. At the international level, the Brussels Philharmonic has made a name for itself, with regular appearances in the major European capital. International representation by IMG Touring brings further tours and concerts on new stages both in Europe and beyond (e.g. Japan, USA). Another speciality for which the Brussels Philharmonic has gained critical acclaim is film music. Recognition has come, among others, in the form of the Oscar-winning score for ‘The Artist’ (2011). The vast discography of Brussels Philharmonic (Deutsche Grammophon, Palazzetto Bru Zane, Klara, Film Fest Gent, Brussels Philharmonic Recordings) has received numerous awards, including an ECHO Klassik, Cecilia Prize, Choc de Classica de l’année and Diapason d’Or de l’année. The Brussels Philharmonic is an institution of the Flemish Community.

(c) Genevieve Caron


With the support of the Brussels-Capital Region


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