‘Introspections’ klassiek pianoconcert met Ida Pelliccioli
Ida Pelliccioli is an Italian-Croatian pianist who grew up in France. Her multicultural background shines through in her repertoire, her interests in modern music and the different collaborations she has with young producers. Before she made the choice to be a 21-year-old concert pianist, she graduated at Sorbonne. She finished it with a double master’s degree in Italian Literature and old Greek History.
This contributes to the deepness of her work. The program contains a few less played and forgotten pieces:
Beethoven – Sonata No.30 in E Major, Op.109
Brahms/Busoni – “Herzlich tut mich verlangen” from 11 Chorale Prelude, No. 10, Op. 122
Busoni – Fantasia nach J.S. Bach, BV 253
Janacek – In the mists
Rachmaninov – Elegie, Op.3 No.1 from “Morceaux de fantaisie”