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Piano Recital

Brad Mehldau

Three pieces after Bach

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Monday April 2 2018
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  • Johann Sebastian Bach
    Prélude n°3 en do dièse majeur, BWV 848
  • Brad Mehldau
    Three Pieces After Bach / After Bach 1 : Rondo
  • Johann Sebastian Bach
    Prélude n°1 en do majeur, BWV 870
    Fugue n°16 en sol mineur, BWV 885
  • Brad Mehldau
    Three Pieces After Bach / After Bach 2 : Ostinato
  • Intermission
  • Johann Sebastian Bach
    Prélude n°6 en ré mineur, BWV 851
  • Brad Mehldau
    Three Pieces After Bach / After Bach 3 : Toccata
  • Johann Sebastian Bach
    Prélude n°7 en mi bémol majeur, BWV 852
    Prélude et Fugue n°20 en la mineur, BWV 865
  • Brad Mehldau
Brad Mehldau is without a doubt one of the most influential jazz musicians of the last twenty years. Newspaper The Guardian has described him as “an unparalleled classical technician, able to transform a jazz standard into a Bach fugue.” For this exceptional programme on the Philharmonie’s main stage, the pianist works in the other direction, taking Bach’s The Well-Tempered Clavier as a starting point to inspire his own compositions.


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