Raumklangkonzert mitten im dunklen Saal
Long before the Second Viennese School, Franz Liszt wrote piano works that advanced the dissolution of tonality. Equally avant-garde appears the choral music of Carlo Gesualdo, whose dissonant harmonies, bold to this day, left the 16th century far behind. Thanks to pianist Cedric Brescia, the brainchildren of the two visionaries meet - which shows how amazingly expandable the seemingly traditional format of piano recital can be.
Piano works by Franz Liszt and choral music by Carlo Gesualdo
Cedric Pescia (Klavier)
Konzerthaus Berlin - Großer Saal