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Adam Laloum, piano

June 13th, 2023
Adam Laloum
Adam Laloum
© Julien Benhamou

Adam Laloum is one of France’s most singular and mysterious pianists, reinterpreting the great pages of the repertoire with a mixture of fever and analytical precision. Between German romanticism and the Spanish flame, is there a French synthesis?


In Parisian intellectual circles of the time of Manet and Degas, debate was fierce and the quarrels sometimes violent between lovers of Germanic music and those seeking a Latin path, readily turned to traditions from across the Pyrenees in Spain. Schumann was seen by some as neurotic or a poet of the soul, Wagner adored or hated, Albeniz despised as a tawdry folklorist or celebrated as a genius, etc. An admirer of the Master of Bayreuth, Fauré nevertheless knew how to distance himself from his influence.

  • Adam Laloum, piano

On the program

  • Robert Schumann
    • Children's Scenes, op. 15
    • Three Phantasiestücke for piano, op.&>
  • Richard Wagner, Elegy, WWV 93 
  • Gabriel Fauré, Nocturne no. 7 in C sharp minor, op. 74
  • Isaac Albeniz, Iberia

Upcoming dates

  • Tuesday 13 June 12.30pm Auditorium du Musée d'Orsay
Tuesday 13 June 2023
at 12.30pm
Auditorium of the Musée d’Orsay
Esplanade Valéry Giscard d'Estaing
75007 PARIS, France
Time slot full rate
Tarif jeunes et solidarité
Time slot reduced rate
Tarif adhérent
- de 12 ans

<p>Reservations open July 15, 2022</p>