Jean-Efflam Bavouzet in Recital

From Beethoven to Ravel, a piano recital full of imagination, colour and virtuoso brilliance.

Jean-Efflam Bavouzet in Recital

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When Jean-Efflam Bavouzet released the first volume in his Beethoven sonata cycle, theFinancial Times responded: 'he makes you listen to music as if you are discovering it Eureka!-style: "Yes, that's what the composer must have meant." Bavouzet's Beethoven is consistently engaging in its imaginative scope, stylistic freedom and technical fearlessness.'

The same goes for his performances of Ravel's Miroirs, similarly full of revelations. Atmospheric detail for 'Moths', ringing sonorities in 'The Valley of the Bells', and sheer brilliance for 'Alborada del gracioso' And as a special treat, we'll hear the impressionistic colours and intricate rhythms of music dedicated to the pianist ('JEB') by his friend Bruno Mantovani.

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