Nikolai Lugansky fotografiert von Marco Borggreve

When Nikolai Lugansky plays the piano, he combines brilliant technique with transparent elegance and mastery of form. Just like his great role model Sergei Rachmaninoff, with whose piano works he has shone for years as a proven specialist, both live and on record. It is therefore no coincidence that Lugansky is invited to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the great Russian composer musically at the Heidelberg Frühling Musikfestival. Musikfestival. He draws an arc from the concertante Préludes op. 23 and Études-Tableaux op. 39, composed while still in Russia, to Rachmaninoff's very last solo piano work, the Corelli Variations, composed in American exile.

The concert is part of the program focus "Visionaries".

18.45 Notenschlüssel: concert introduction of the Freundeskreis with Prof. Dorothea Redepenning

Concert with intermission
Duration approx. 2 hours

Nikolai Lugansky


Sergei Rachmaninoff
10 Préludes op. 23
Variations on a Theme by Corelli op. 42
9 Études-Tableaux op. 39

We thank Dr. med. Karin and Dr.-Ing. Peter Koepff