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6 days ago

Lucas Debargue

Here you can enjoy again Lucas' performance of Saint-Saëns Piano Concerto no 5 with Dresden Philharmonie and Maestro Bertrand de Billy. It was filmed by ARTE Concert, 10th, May 2019.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=mkBOZKt7OcY&t=2s&fbclid=IwAR3bDCk8DACR08hk00O427D8xySfiyxjsg4trTIeV0LdfgS...
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Bravo!

Absolument fabuleux.

Wonderful! Thank you for sharing it!

Bravo!!! Merci!

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2 weeks ago

Lucas Debargue

Another sneak peek to Lucas' upcoming Scarlatti album. Listen here how famous Sonata in B Minor, K. 27 will sound in his interpretation.
Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes, Google Play etc available here:: LucasDebargue.lnk.to/ScarlattiLF
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I have all CD (and all with autographs 😌 ) but I wait namely Scarlatti's album with great impatience. However, October is coming soon...🍁☺️

Can’t waiting 🤗🤗🤗

Хорошо звучит в его интерпретации.

👏👏👏

Et les changements de mains ?! Le petit trou qui casse le discours est l'apanage des clavecinistes distingués.

Excellent ,Lucas ! Défi parfaitement réalisé ! Scarlatti ,what a challenge !

Matej hellooo

Joel Untinen -- Scarlatti for our generation

Ses sonates Scarlatti sont une révélation. La chair de poule...

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2 weeks ago

Hervé Draux

Présents hier à La Roque-d’Anthéron...
Merci pour ce fabuleux moment !...
Sans doute notre meilleur souvenir depuis tant d’années à y venir...
Gardez intacte cette flamme, cette générosité et ce désir immense -que vous nous transmettez- de nous faire de si beaux cadeaux... merci infiniment...
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2 weeks ago

Lucas Debargue

Photos from the Lucas' recital in the festival La Roque D'Anthéron.
He had 3 encores: Grieg "Melody", Liszt Mephisto Waltz and Schubert Musical Moment op 94 no 3 in F Minor.
www.festival-piano.com/fr/galeries/photos.html
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Photos from the Lucas recital in the festival La Roque DAnthéron.
He had 3 encores: Grieg Melody, Liszt Mephisto Waltz and Schubert Musical Moment op 94 no 3 in F Minor. 
http://www.festival-piano.com/fr/galeries/photos.html

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Какие роскошные бисы!!!

🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹

Nous y étions et ce concert a été un très grand moment de bonheur !

La critique du Figaro est dithyrambique ! Cela a dû être un très grand concert à ce qu'on entends dire. Quel dommage qu'il n'ait pas été enregistré !

Como gostaria de lá ter estado. Espero que tenham gravado

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2 weeks ago

Lucas Debargue

Lucas' rehearsal in the festival La Roque D'Anthéron.
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Lucas rehearsal in the festival La Roque DAnthéron.
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Quel endroit de plaisir

Прекрасный музыкант! 😊👏👏👏

Je suis contente de voir votre visage souriant ! Moi et mon chat écoute votre CD tout les jours qui nous fait apaiser le cœur beaucoup !

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3 weeks ago

Lucas Debargue

News excerpt from Vladivostok.
Lucas says to the interviewer: "My goal is also to play music by lesser-known composers than just Beethoven, Chopin, Liszt. I want to open up to the audience new things. If I play very well-known works, the audience is less focused on the idea of the work. I try to open new facets and bring all together: the idea, the sound of piano and the whole process to get closer to the understanding of the nature of things.

About Scarlatti, I can speak hours! He is my favourite composer and very important to me! When I play this music, it takes me into another dimension. About Scarlatti I learned a lot from Scott Ross. It’s wonderful music that never gets old."
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Les doigts de Lucas font danser le piano un Menuet .. et danser nos émotions aussi. Encore une fois... il semble que c’est Scarlatti qui joue! Merci Lucas, À bientôt en Suisse ?

Good luck! Enjoy!

Sin duda manos mágicas, maravilloso Scarlatti!!!!

Чародей!

He played in Chicago and I hope he returns soon. Scintillating pianist!

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4 weeks ago

Lucas Debargue

Autograph signing after the concert.
Приморская сцена Мариинского театра театра
Приморская сцена Мариинского театра
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Autograph signing after the concert.
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Приморская сцена Мариинского театра

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Congratulations of such super successful performance on the Primorsky Stage of Vladivostok! 👏👏👏

Было волшебно!

4 weeks ago

Lucas Debargue

23th, July Lucas performed for the first time on the Mariinsky Primorsky Hall in Vladivostok.
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OMG!

What a standing ovation! Ocean of delight and admiration!

Merci beaucoup, Lucas! Un concert magique! 👏👏👏

4 weeks ago

Lucas Debargue

Concert and autograph signing from Tokyo recital.
He had 5 encores: Scarlatti sonatas K 208, K 24, jazz improvisations on the "Just you, just me", "Round Midnight" and Intermezzo from Schumann's "Carnival from Vienna".
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Concert and autograph signing from Tokyo recital.
He had 5 encores: Scarlatti sonatas K 208, K 24, jazz improvisations on the Just you, just me, Round Midnight and Intermezzo from Schumanns Carnival from Vienna.

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Судя по числу бисов - грандиозный успех!

5 Encores - no words!!!👏👏👏

Японцы понимают толк в Музыке! Люка это чувствует и так великодушно благодарит публику. Как бы дождаться в Москве 5 бисов , среди них 2 джаза???👏👏👏

Thank you for all you did for Japanese audiences. They were for sure amazed with your artistic performance.

Fantastic! My wife and I enjoyed your play tonight at Toppan Hall, and are looking forward to attend your next concert in Japan.

I was happy both at Minatomirai Hall and Toppan Hall ! I wish we could have your recitals more in other places in Japan. Expecting next time ! Thank you !

Félicitations Nous avons hâte de vous revoir à Montréal!

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4 weeks ago

Lucas Debargue

Thank you Japan ! It has been terrific tour along with Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra and maestros Henrik Nanasi and Michiyoshi Inoue in huge and sold out venues like Suntory Hall, Osaka Festival Hall and Yokohama Minato Mirai Hall.
Now I’m looking forward to the recitals in Tokyo Toppan Hall and Mariinsky Primorsky stage in Vladivostok.
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Thank you Japan ! It has been terrific tour along with Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra and maestros Henrik Nanasi and Michiyoshi Inoue in huge and sold out venues like Suntory Hall, Osaka Festival Hall and Yokohama Minato Mirai Hall. 
Now I’m looking forward to the recitals in Tokyo Toppan Hall and Mariinsky Primorsky stage in Vladivostok.

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All wishes for Tokyo Toppan Hall , a hudge success as usual !!

Please come back soon!! 🎹❤️

I’m also looking forward to the recitals in Tokyo Toppan Hall tonight.

Ждем с нетерпением во Владивостоке!

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1 month ago

Lucas Debargue

Lucas' Japan tour with Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra continued to Yokohama Minato Mirai Hall and Suntory Hall, Tokyo. July, 17th he will be in Osaka Festival Hall. With maestro Michiyoshi Inoue he is performing Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto no 2.
Photos from Suntory Hall concert.
横浜みなとみらいホール, 井上道義 Official Web Site Suntory Hall
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Lucas Japan tour with Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra continued to Yokohama Minato Mirai Hall and Suntory Hall, Tokyo. July, 17th he will be in Osaka Festival Hall. With maestro Michiyoshi Inoue he is performing Rachmaninoffs Piano Concerto no 2.
Photos from Suntory Hall concert.
横浜みなとみらいホール, 井上道義 Official Web Site Suntory Hall

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Best of luck!

Very expressive moments! Obviously the concert in Yokohama became an outstanding event! As I know our lovely Nostalgie du pays of Milosh Magin was on Encore 👏👏👏

John

♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️

Lucas Debargue, please record Rach PC#2. S'il vous plaît enregistrer Rach PC#2, merci. <3 Best wishes for a wonderful concert on the 17th.

Stefan pozdrawliajet 🙂

Mon dieu ! Il me tarde tellement d’entendre la version de Lucas!!!!

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1 month ago

Lucas Debargue

Lucas gave some interviews to Japanese magazines Record Geijutsu and Ongaku no Tomo. Among other things, he also talked about his new Scarlatti album.
twitter.com/mitsuruhamanaka/status/1149585731892858880
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Lucas gave some interviews to Japanese magazines Record Geijutsu and Ongaku no Tomo. Among other things, he also talked about his new Scarlatti album. 
https://twitter.com/mitsuruhamanaka/status/1149585731892858880
音楽の友

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What was the lovely encore piece yesterday at Minatomirai hall?

1 month ago

Lucas Debargue

After the concert with conductor Henrik Nanasi.
His encore was Satie Gnossienne nr 1.
Suntory Hall Henrik Nánási
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After the concert with conductor Henrik Nanasi. 
His encore was Satie Gnossienne nr 1.
Suntory Hall Henrik Nánási

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Shining happy smiles 🙂 Congratulations of great success! Bravo! 👏👏👏

🎉👏🌹❤️🙏

Radieux . A les voir ce fut assurément un très beau concert et succes. Regrets de ne pouvoir assister à tous !

It was a great performance...Congratulations to all of you!

1 month ago

Lucas Debargue

Happy to be back in legendary Suntory Hall !
It’s my first time to perform there with an orchestra - Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra with maestro Henrik Nánási and Saint-Saëns Piano Concerto no 5 !
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Happy to be back in legendary Suntory Hall !
 It’s my first time to perform there with an orchestra  - Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra with maestro Henrik Nánási and Saint-Saëns Piano Concerto no 5 !

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Have a good start of the tour in fantastic Japan! I am sure the Land of the Rising Sun will meet you with love and admire!

Hope to hear your interpretation of this concerto sometime here in Europe.

De plus en plus de jeunes pianistes jouent ce 5 eme concerto de Saint Saëns et il le mérite ! Il faudrait aussi jouer le 3 et 4 eme surtout qui est aussi beau !

I enjoyed your concert so much last night.. I was impressed by your lively performance. I am looking forward to the concert at Minato Mirai .

Belle salle, beau gosse, tout est beau avec Lucas qui poursuit génialement sa course aux trésors !

Your performance of the Sainr-Saëns’ Piano Concerto was wonderful🎶 I’m looking forward to your recital at Toppan Hall !

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1 month ago

Lucas Debargue

Lucas is now on tour in Japan. Today he has concert in Suntory Hall with Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra and conductor Henrik Nanasi.
A photo moment from Tokyo.
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Lucas is now on tour in Japan. Today he has concert in Suntory Hall with Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra and conductor Henrik Nanasi.
A photo moment from Tokyo.

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Ну, точно по -японски читает!

John take note

1 month ago

Lucas Debargue

A very insightful concert review and 5 stars from Ivan Hewett in The Telegraph. ❗️
www.telegraph.co.uk/music/classical-music/top-best-classical-concerts-review-reviews-july-2019/

❗️Why won't more Londoners realise the wonder of Lucas Debargue? and July's best classical concerts, reviewed
• Ivan Hewett, CLASSICAL MUSIC CRITIC

6 JULY 2019 • 12:38PM
Lucas Debargue, Wigmore Hall, ★★★★★
Four years ago the unknown French pianist Lucas Debargue won the hearts of audiences and many critics including this one at the Tchaikovsky competition in Moscow. It was partly his look of a gangling romantic poet, partly the story of his unorthodox route to stardom, via playing jazz piano and an immersion in literature. But most of all it was his extraordinary wayward, poetic playing. Debargue didn’t win over the jury, alas, which only gave him fourth prize, and the frosty Moscow piano professors sniffed at his weird piano technique. But still, the event launched him, and for a while he was the pianist everyone was talking about.
The sight of the barely half-full Wigmore Hall at his recital last night was a reminder of just how the fickle the public is. It’s a shame, as this was a tremendous concert which Debargue had clearly designed to show just how huge his range of colour and expression has become. He insinuated himself onto the platform, all knees and elbows, stared at the keyboard for a disconcertingly long time, and plunged into a group of sonatas originally written for the harpsichord by Domenico Scarlatti.
Scarlatti is a favourite challenge of young pianists because his sonatas are so flashy, technically and musically. All those blizzards of arpeggios and scales and guitar-ish Spanish-flavoured strummings are a temptation to go for a strutting, hard-as-diamonds approach. Debargue, true to form, went the other way. His tone was basically soft, respecting the harpsichord’s small voice, and he made the virtuosity into a vehicle for poetic waywardness, pulling the speeds around with startling freedom. He caught the way Scarlatti’s fierceness can change to tenderness in the blink of an eye. Being also a jazz pianist Debargue has an aversion to playing things the same way twice, and he seized on the opportunity given by the numerous repeats to colour every phrase differently.
Debargue then moved on to JS Bach, who was an exact contemporary of Scarlatti but inhabited an utterly different expressive world - as Debargue’s very different sound made clear. He summoned a big, weighty tone for the Toccata in C minor, full of haughty flourishes in the free passages and fierce motoric energy in the complex weave of the fugue.
For the 1st Sonata of Nikolai Medtner, a composer in the grandly romantic Russian tradition of Rachmaninov, Debargue found yet another sound-world. It was grand and full of dreamily melancholic half-lights, but he also caught that dignified, restrained quality that makes Medtner at bottom very different to his great compatriot. In the finale he built the tension by degrees to the thrillingly grand and virtuoso ending. The standing ovation Debargue received seemed entirely deserved; let’s hope London’s musical public takes note.
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Lucas Debargue’s recording of 52 Scarlatti sonatas is released in the Autumn on Sony Classical.
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A very insightful concert review and 5 stars from Ivan Hewett in The Telegraph. ❗️
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/music/classical-music/top-best-classical-concerts-review-reviews-july-2019/

❗️Why wont more Londoners realise the wonder of Lucas Debargue? and Julys best classical concerts, reviewed
• Ivan Hewett, CLASSICAL MUSIC CRITIC

6 JULY 2019 • 12:38PM
Lucas Debargue, Wigmore Hall, ★★★★★
Four years ago the unknown French pianist Lucas Debargue won the hearts of audiences and many critics including this one at the Tchaikovsky competition in Moscow. It was partly his look of a gangling romantic poet, partly the story of his unorthodox route to stardom, via playing jazz piano and an immersion in literature. But most of all it was his extraordinary wayward, poetic playing. Debargue didn’t win over the jury, alas, which only gave him fourth prize, and the frosty Moscow piano professors sniffed at his weird piano technique. But still, the event launched him, and for a while he was the pianist everyone was talking about.
The sight of the barely half-full Wigmore Hall at his recital last night was a reminder of just how the fickle the public is. It’s a shame, as this was a tremendous concert which Debargue had clearly designed to show just how huge his range of colour and expression has become. He insinuated himself onto the platform, all knees and elbows, stared at the keyboard for a disconcertingly long time, and plunged into a group of sonatas originally written for the harpsichord by Domenico Scarlatti.
Scarlatti is a favourite challenge of young pianists because his sonatas are so flashy, technically and musically. All those blizzards of arpeggios and scales and guitar-ish Spanish-flavoured strummings are a temptation to go for a strutting, hard-as-diamonds approach. Debargue, true to form, went the other way. His tone was basically soft, respecting the harpsichord’s small voice, and he made the virtuosity into a vehicle for poetic waywardness, pulling the speeds around with startling freedom. He caught the way Scarlatti’s fierceness can change to tenderness in the blink of an eye. Being also a jazz pianist Debargue has an aversion to playing things the same way twice, and he seized on the opportunity given by the numerous repeats to colour every phrase differently.
Debargue then moved on to JS Bach, who was an exact contemporary of Scarlatti but inhabited an utterly different expressive world - as Debargue’s very different sound made clear. He summoned a big, weighty tone for the Toccata in C minor, full of haughty flourishes in the free passages and fierce motoric energy in the complex weave of the fugue.
For the 1st Sonata of Nikolai Medtner, a composer in the grandly romantic Russian tradition of Rachmaninov, Debargue found yet another sound-world. It was grand and full of dreamily melancholic half-lights, but he also caught that dignified, restrained quality that makes Medtner at bottom very different to his great compatriot. In the finale he built the tension by degrees to the thrillingly grand and virtuoso ending. The standing ovation Debargue received seemed entirely deserved; let’s hope London’s musical public takes note. 
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Lucas Debargue’s recording of 52 Scarlatti sonatas is released in the Autumn on Sony Classical.

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My friend was at Wigmore Hall last night and incredible impressions exceeded all her expectations: it was a fantastic evening! Special thanks for the third Encore - Gershwin jazz! 👏

Excellent!

Lucas Debargue is brilliant, unique. It's their loss not to attend such a wonderful concert anyone would be only dreaming.

Très belle critique ! Espérons que cela éveillera le public londonien au génie de de pianiste.

Come back to the San Francisco Bay Area please.He had a full house here 2 years aho and adoring audience unlike cold and reserved people in England.

Audience at Wigmore Hall was not cold - the response was hugely positive, he gave three encores. People loved him.

Thank you for a fantastic performance Lucas! 😊 Would you mind sharing what you played for the encores?

Time travel back four years to Lucas’s first interview, with me at the Tchaikovsky comp. It is still a rather awe-inspiring read. What a striking intelligence. www.theartsdesk.com/classical-music/qa-special-pianist-lucas-debargue

Une île à la dérive

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1 month ago

Lucas Debargue

It was a great experience yesterday in Wigmore Hall !
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It was a great experience yesterday in Wigmore Hall !
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C’est un lieu légendaire pour la musique et surtout le piano en raison des immenses musiciens qui s’y sont produits . C’est comme d’entrer dans la légende !!!!

Awesome 💪💪💪

I wait for a clip here pls!

It was wonderful!

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1 month ago

Lucas Debargue

❗️“Scarlatti” is my new upcoming release this autumn ! 52 sonatas on 4 CDs.
Click here LucasDebargue.lnk.to/Scarlatti to listen to the first track.
Scarlatti is inspiring. He’s the centre of my musical thought as regards music for keyboard instruments. I took it as a sort of personal mission to finally do something with him.
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❗️“Scarlatti” is my new upcoming release this autumn ! 52 sonatas on 4 CDs.
Click here https://LucasDebargue.lnk.to/Scarlatti to listen to the first track.
Scarlatti is inspiring. He’s the centre of my musical thought as regards music for keyboard instruments. I took it as a sort of personal mission to finally do something with him.

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Long-awaited event! Congratulations!

Quel bonheur !

Most certainly a true "must have!" A gift to Scarlatti and Debargue fans, but to humankind too!

Поздравляю Люка с выпуском диска!!!

Je vais certainement l'acheter

52 (!) sonatas, bravo!!!

👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼

Fabulous

Ура ! 🙂😇

Wonderful news! Congratulations!

Vittorio Colombo

Thank you for the news! I will enjoy music 🎶

Interesting duo! I’m looking forward to hearing this! Congratulations.

Congrats!!

Intriguing CD cover.

Wonderful news. I can't wait to hear the 52 sonatas. <3

J'achète d office, les yeux fermés !!

How exciting! Can’t wait!

Magnifique pochette, graphisme soigné, un azulejo pour évoquer l'Espagne, l'exubérance, la créativité mais aussi la structure, la répétition, la simplicité.... Nul doute que le contenu sera à l'image du contenant. On se réjouit.

Marvellous!

Все, наверное, обратили внимание на замечательный дизайн обложки Диска. Так вот, как известно, Скарлатти жил в Лиссабоне с 1721 по 1728 гг. Азулежу (azulejo) — знаменитая керамическая плитка, без которой невозможно представить португальскую архитектуру. Видимо, поэтому для обложки Диска был выбран орнамент одной из таких керамических плиток. Фото Национального музея азулежу в Лиссабоне.

Marteen, je te conseille de mettre une option !!!!

J’ai vraiment hâte😁

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