Sunday, 24 September 2017
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Lucjan Luc Superb pianist Lucjan Luc will play at Quintinha da Música on Sunday 24 September at 17h00. Tickets are €24.

The Programme

J Brahms (1833 - 1897)  - Balladen  (op 10) 
Andante
Andante
Intermezzo - Allegro
Andante con moto

M Ravel (1875 - 1937) -  Sonatine 
Modéré
Mouvement de menuet
Animé

M Ravel (1875 - 1937) -  Jeux d´eau

INTERVAL

F Liszt  (1811 - 1886) -  Sonata in B minor (S 178)
Lento assai
Allegro energico
Andante sostenuto
Allegro energico
Più mosso
Presto

To book contact: lynne.algarvehistory@gmail.com 281 971 567

Lucjan Luc was born in Jaroslaw (Poland). He obtained his degree in piano and chamber music in Katowice where he graduated with distinction. While still a student, he gave solo recitals and chamber music concerts in Poland, the United Kingdom and Portugal and in 1990 he won first prize at the 14th Polish Piano Festival in Slupsk.

Among his most important solo appearances are concerts with the Katowice Philharmonic Orchestra (Beethoven ́s Piano Concerto No 3), the Classic Orchestra of Oporto (Chopin ́s Piano Concerto No 1) and the Lisbon Metropolitan Orchestra (Concertos by Bach, Gorecki, Paderewski and Simphonie Concertante No 4 Op.60 by Szymanowski).
He has participated several times as a guest pianist at the Contemporary Music Encounters in the Gulbenkian Foundation in Lisbon. While with the Lisbon Metropolitan Orchestra (1992-1996) he performed throughout Portugal in over 200 chamber music recitals and as accompanist. The CD he recorded with the Portuguese soprano Ana Madalena Moreira was dedicated to Portuguese Composers.

He has participated in various Spanish concerts and festivals, performing with different instrumentalists, and with the famous Chinese cellist Jian Wang and saxophonist David Alonso, he appeared in Palau de la Música in Valencia in 1998 and 2008. In Córdoba in 2010, Lucjan gave a solo recital at the 9th Rafael Orozco Piano Festival, and more recently in 2012 at the 25th Contemporary Music Festival.

In 2013 together with English violinist Alexander Stewart and Armenian cellist Varoujan Bartikian he has formed Trio Aeternus. Lucjan has appeared twice before as soloist at Quintinha da Música.