Nobuyuki Tsujii piano
This young Japanese pianist is a star in his homeland and is now a rising star on the world stage in a fiery, Romantic programme.
Nobuyuki Tsujii © Stephen Eastwood
Beethoven Sonata No. 8 op. 13 « Pathetic »
Sonata No. 30 op. 109
Chopin Twelve Etudes op. 10, Andante Spianato, Grande Polonaise
Nobuyuki Tsujii has been blind since birth and learned to play the piano by ear with the help of friends and family. He won the Van Cliburn competition in 2009, dazzling the jury with his performance of Chopin’s Etudes. Menahem Pressler, the elder statesman of the keyboard said of him: “I admire him greatly. God took his eyes, but gave him physical and musical talents to exert his mastery over the greatest works in the repertoire.” This musician with a golden tone is finally making his debut on the Parisian stage with his favourite repertoire.
This concert will be broadcasted for Japanese Television
Production MPSZ Associates