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Interview with Lucas for the Festival 1001 Notes.
https://festival1001notes.com/actus/lucas-debargue-jai-comme-une-sorte-dherbier-dans-lequel-je-conserve-mes-impressions-de-concerts?fbclid=IwAR3ckkkH5Cnd24Ynh1267hez-IBiyALtDoPBbZe6fw7h4WVVligsNvzLs-g

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One of my favorites!!

Beautiful ❤❤❤+++++++++

Самый талантливый. Уже купила абонемент в КЗЧ. Люка будет играть через год.

Bravo 👏

Вот это чувство стиля! Глаз не оторвать! Красивый и талантливый! Браво! В человеке все должно быть прекрасно, как говорил А. Чехов.

Очень элегантный! Не оторвать глаз❤️

Cool 😎 ! Et belle formule que l'herbier, + très intéressant article.

Un côté Joe Dassin...

👏🎶💓 Любим и ждём с концертами, сердца наши открыты!

Bonne journée. Nous attendons le festival des classiques d'Odessa.

💯👏👏👏

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2 weeks ago
Lucas Debargue

Lucas is going to open the festival Odessa Classics on 2 June with Haifa Symphony Orchestra and conductor Benjamin Yusupov. He is playing Mozart's Piano Concerto no 23 in A Major K. 488
odessaclassics.com/program
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Lucas is going to open the festival Odessa Classics on 2 June with Haifa Symphony Orchestra and conductor Benjamin Yusupov. He is playing Mozarts Piano Concerto no 23 in A Major K. 488
https://odessaclassics.com/program
With Primavera Consulting

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This is a great honor and great happiness to our city. ODESSA CLASSICS Festival - this is the main cultural event of the year and we are looking forward for the opening. Thanks a lot to Primavera Consulting - this is a real gift to numerous admirers of Lucas in Odessa!

💯👏👏👏

full video ?

🎵FÉLICITATIONS Lucas🎵

Looking forward so much, as all Odessa music fans!

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3 weeks ago
Lucas Debargue

Photos from the concert with Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra and conductor Stanislav Kochanovsky.
Photos courtesy : Alexandra Muravyeva
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Photos from the concert with Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra and conductor Stanislav Kochanovsky.
Photos courtesy : Alexandra Muravyeva
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Beautiful ❤❤

💯👏👏👏

Excellent👏👏👏

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3 weeks ago
Lucas Debargue

Photos from Perm.
Photos courtesy : Lyubov Izgagina.
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Photos from Perm.
Photos courtesy : Lyubov Izgagina.
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Genius

Revivre en retrouvant le plaisir de jouer devant son public 😊😊

И покажут, да послушать не дадут

Bravo!!

All photos are very good but one with the flowers and a smile on your face is the best. A video would be a dream come true.

en Russie, la vie est redevenue quasi-normale... concerts, restaurants ! Bravo Lucas.

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4 weeks ago
Lucas Debargue

14 days in Russia: 5 cities, 7 performances 11+ hours on stage, 4500 total audience. It’s the end of an incredible Russian tour. Thank you Primavera Consulting for making it possible, and thank to wonderful Russian audience from Saint Petersburg, Chelyabinsk, Iekaterinburg, Moscow and Perm ! ... See MoreSee Less

14 days in Russia: 5 cities, 7 performances 11+ hours on stage, 4500 total audience. It’s the end of an incredible Russian tour. Thank you Primavera Consulting for making it possible, and thank to wonderful Russian audience from Saint Petersburg, Chelyabinsk, Iekaterinburg, Moscow and Perm !

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Beautiful ❤️❤️❤️

Молодец!!!!! Спасибо!

thank you for sharing your performances and experiences with us!

Ура!

Это же наша Хохловка! Приезжайте ещё!

Вам спасибо! Ждём вас с концертом в Петербурге в мае !

Congratulations! Safe trip home!

It’s great to see that the Russian audiences understand just how exceptional your musicianship is!

Merci pour ce merveilleux concert à Perm✨

AMAZING!!!!

Dear Lucas, thanks for your Moscow concerts! Always wait you 💓

Looking forward to your return to St.Petersburg! 👏👏

Amazing pianist!

Bravo 👏

Saint-Pétersbourg vous attend!

Bravo,Lucas! We want to see you touring the US!

You are loved everywhere .Good luck! It's great pleasure to listen to you, watch your videos, photos, listen to your interviews . Thank you.

Bravo Lucas!!! We are your’s truly fans, me and my wife watched you perform in Moscow and at Kolarac concert hall in Belgrade, Serbia. Cheers, keep on with the good work and care for art of pianism !!! ❤

Est ce que c’est cette église toute en bois . On vient de voir un documentaire sur cette église .

Congratulations! You are Russian now )))

Best regards from Khanty-Mansiysk! Your performance here was great!

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1 month ago
Lucas Debargue

Photos from the rehearsal with Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra and conductor Stanislav Kochanovsky.
Photos courtesy : Alexandra Muravyeva
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Photos from the rehearsal with Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra and conductor Stanislav Kochanovsky.
Photos courtesy : Alexandra Muravyeva
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On the way to greatness.

Precious moments!

I was lucky to listen and watch the live performance. Love him!!!

Bravo 👏ф

1 month ago
Lucas Debargue

Lucas’ interview, taken in Moscow. He is talking about Rachmaninoff, about 4th concerto, about romantic approach to the life and music and of course, about our time.
With Primavera Consulting Московская филармония
“I say something what might sound provocative. Pandemic was very damaging for culture, but it was very good for art. Art is a spiritual matter, it’s a matter of life and death. It’s not only entertainment. Of course, for entertainment it was disaster – and it’s still disaster. But art is dealing with inner life, what happens in one’s soul. It has nothing to do with surface, how famous you are, how many people read your books or listen to your CD.
Artists for me are like family who are keeping some very old spiritual values on earth. They are also kind of doctors. For me, an artist should be able to live being aware of big problems like this pandemic now and still create as much as possible. Even when in these horrible conditions, when you live in very little space – you can still have the space inside of you.
Some people might say – if you have nothing to eat, no job – you have no time for your inner space. But I fight against this idea. Because I have proofs throughout history of humankind. There were great people who were able still to compose, paint, write even in awful conditions. [---]
I don’t understand why nowadays so many places, concert houses are not reopening with the strict protocole when we know that we are able to respect this strict protocole. But I also want to see another aspect of the same situation. For me art cannot be ruled by pandemic. There were already many pandemics in human history and art only got enriched by that. [---] I try to get some hope from this.2
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Very thoughtful, worthwhile interview. I got so much from his responses. Thank you!

Toujours des pensées originales, intéressantes !

Bon courage et de la santé ai

Bon courage et de la santé aussi surtout au temps de Covid 19 !😀

dommage que ça ne soit pas traduit en français

Brecht wrote (Three penny Opera) "erst kommt das Fressen, dann die Moral"

J'aime particulièrement cette phrase : "Même dans ces conditions horribles, quand tu vis dans très peu d'espace - tu peux toujours avoir l'espace en toi." Trouver et aménager, imaginer "l'espace en soi" dans les pires circonstances, c'est la clef de toutes les possibilités.

Irene Dejaco🥰

Большое спасибо! Как важно, то, что сказал Люка Дебарг!

Большое спасибо! Интервью Люка всегда интересны! Прекрасный музыкант, глубокий мыслитель и позитивный человек! ❤️💐👏

lost as a romantic hearts in those ages , so we are yes!

Algo en lo que no había pensado en pandemia o recientemente, pero al escucharlo, supe que lo necesitaba.

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1 month ago
Lucas Debargue

After the successful concert with maestro Stanislav Kochanovsky and Alexandre Kantorow.
www.facebook.com/artsprimavera/photos/a.3956350764405842/5551335171574052Tonight Lucas Debargue performed Rachmaninov #4 concerto at Tchaikovsky Hall with Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Stanislav Kochanovsky 💫

Five out of seven performances are done for Lucas’s Russian tour 🙌🏻🎹🎼
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After the successful concert with maestro Stanislav Kochanovsky and Alexandre Kantorow.
https://www.facebook.com/artsprimavera/photos/a.3956350764405842/5551335171574052

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Браво! Прекрасный концерт! Спасибо!)

Концерт на одном дыхании! спасибо за вдохновенное исполнение и прекрасный ансамбль! Огромное спасибо за трансляцию - возможность увидеть и услышать великолепных музыкантов!

the pause in which to breathe.

Great performance, thank you!

Bravo!!!!

Таланты!

Я слушала в прямой трансляции. Потрясающе!!! Спасибо!

Absolutely amazing, greetings!

Superb performance! Does anyone know what the encore was? It was extremely beautiful!

Созвездие талантов! Гениальные музыканты! Большое спасибо за счастье слушать и слышать Вас. Ваше искусство дарит нам надежду на будущее. Будьте всегда с нами.

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1 month ago
Lucas Debargue

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Yesterday was filmed an interview with Lucas, which will be shown during todays transmission break.

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Talent. Thank you.

J attends l émancipation par le rasage de la moustache , seul détail puéril pour cacher l immense admiration que j ai pour toi Lucas 😉 un parcours quantique dans la forme , avec le succès qu’on te connaît. Et pour avoir joué modestement au 3 maillets , j aurais aimé avoir le même destin et te croiser à l occasion dans ces lieux propices aux rencontres improbables 😘 ! On ne se connaît pas , pardon pour le tutoiement mais chapeau bas pour ton parcours qui rend ton toucher si singulier et passionnant 🥰 longue vie l Artiste .

Hermosa tu interpretación del concierto 4 de Rachmaninov!!!!!

Какое счастье слушать то, что говорит Люка. Как всегда очень глубоко и необыкновенно точно анализирует ситуацию. Спасибо, Люка, за Ваше творчество!

1 month ago
Lucas Debargue

Tonight, there will be a transmission of Lucas' concert from Moscow. He is performing Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto no 4. with Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra and conductor Stanislav Kochanovsky. It starts 7 PM Moscow Standard Time.
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Mesmerized! You always lift my spirit up. The best present for my birthday tomorrow.

Thank you. Though I missed it live I was able to watch it on replay. What a pleasure to listen to Lucas Debargue speaking English, sharing his thoughts on so many topics. His interviews are always amazing.

Very beautiful. Thank you! What was the name of the encore? Let's hope we can hear you soon in Paris!

1 month ago
Lucas Debargue

Hello from Moscow! Lucas already had a rehearsal with Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra and conductor Stanislav Kochanovsky. They perform tomorrow in Moscow Tchaikovsky Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto no 4.
With Stanislav With Primavera
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Hello from Moscow! Lucas already had a rehearsal with Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra and conductor Stanislav Kochanovsky. They perform tomorrow in Moscow Tchaikovsky Concert hall Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto no 4. 
With Stanislav Kochanovsky, conductor With Primavera Consulting
 Московская филармония

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Bravo 👏

💥You are the best !!! 👏👏👏

Like you smiling. A lot of concerts everywhere and photos.

1 month ago
Lucas Debargue

Interview and photos from Yekaterinburg.
With Primavera Consulting
English translation:
- Last year was very difficult for everyone, including the musicians: tours and concerts were cancelled. How did you get through that time?
Frankly speaking, the first two months I just rested. Then it got harder – I began to forget how it feels to be on the stage. But I stayed true to myself and spent a quiet life: I met my close people, read books, studied various scores.

- Did you discover anything new?
I studied more in detail such composers as Gabriel Fauré and Johannes Brahms and delved deeply into the piano music of the latter. However, you cannot confuse an in-depth study of the composer's work and performing it on stage - they are two completely different things.

-In Yekaterinburg, you will play two concerts in a row - how difficult is that?
It is not that hard, because the programme has been specially put together so that I do not get tired of it. I always choose the repertoire for my recitals very carefully; I choose pieces that interest me personally.

-This concert was due to take place a year ago – didn’t you get tired of this works in the meantime?
I put my programs together much earlier. When the time comes to perform them, It's going to work like a mechanism in me and I know exactly what I'm playing today and what I'll be playing tomorrow.

-Is there a theatrical element in the way you structure your performances?
I don't know about theatrical, but I definitely don’t think that musical narrative should be related to the text. I always invite the audience on a journey through the notes, so that everyone in the audience would feel the music as it is. No additives are needed.

-You compose as well, but you are so far better known as a performer. Is it important for you to establish yourself as a composer?
Of course, it is important for me to write music, but now I'm still searching for myself as a composer. I want to achieve some kind of musical clarity. I haven't matured as a composer yet.

-What is closer to you as a composer: chamber music or symphonic music?
There's an opinion that the wider are the musical possibilities, the better: with symphony orchestra you can add colors and effects to your music. But that's not my way. I'm more interested in it if you have fewer ways of expressing yourself. So, chamber music is closer to me; I think that in the chamber music works for the piano a composer can reveal himself most fully, although it is a more difficult task. I have an idea of writing a symphony, but it would have to be some kind of statement, and right now I'm not ready for that.

-How, in your experience does music come into being? What is primary there?
I don't have any single recipe for composition. I always have my notebook with me and I put down in it everything that comes into my head - it might be a rhythm or a melody. Sometimes I revise these notebooks, but I use only very little of it in my works. I've always been fascinated by composers who are able to say, "Today I've finished a piece”. I'm not one of those. To choose something specific from a body of music is a big problem for me. I always want to redo everything, it takes me a long time to put a point and say, "That's it, that's the last measure."

-In one interview you said you used to play in a rock band. Would you want to go back to that? Yekaterinburg is a rocker city, I think your band would be very well received here.
Yes, in high school, I played bass guitar in a band, we even had some success and the connection to the audience at the concerts was amazing. Even now I like to listen to that kind of music sometimes, but I don't even think to go back to it. I am a classical musician and rock is my past.

-What was the name of your band? I would love to hear it.
That I don’t tell!
Interview : Dmitry Hanchin, photos courtesy : Maxim Subotin
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Interview and photos from Yekaterinburg.
With Primavera Consulting
English translation:
- Last year was very difficult for everyone, including the musicians: tours and concerts were cancelled. How did you get through that time?  
Frankly speaking, the first two months I just rested. Then it got harder – I began to forget how it feels to be on the stage. But I stayed true to myself and spent a quiet life: I met my close people, read books, studied various scores. 

- Did you discover anything new? 
I studied more in detail such composers as Gabriel Fauré and Johannes Brahms and delved deeply into the piano music of the latter. However, you cannot confuse an in-depth study of the composers work and performing it on stage - they are two completely different things.

-In Yekaterinburg, you will play two concerts in a row - how difficult is that?
It is not that hard, because the programme has been specially put together so that I do not get tired of it. I always choose the repertoire for my recitals very carefully; I choose pieces that interest me personally. 

-This concert was due to take place a year ago – didn’t you get tired of this works in the meantime?
I put my programs together much earlier. When the time comes to perform them, Its going to work like a mechanism in me and I know exactly what Im playing today and what Ill be playing tomorrow. 

-Is there a theatrical element in the way you structure your performances? 
I dont know about theatrical, but I definitely don’t think that musical narrative should be related to the text. I always invite the audience on a journey through the notes, so that everyone in the audience would feel the music as it is. No additives are needed.

-You compose as well, but you are so far better known as a performer. Is it important for you to establish yourself as a composer? 
Of course, it is important for me to write music, but now Im still searching for myself as a composer. I want to achieve some kind of musical clarity. I havent matured as a composer yet. 

-What is closer to you as a composer: chamber music or symphonic music?
 Theres an opinion that the wider are the musical possibilities, the better: with symphony orchestra you can add colors and effects to your music. But thats not my way. Im more interested in it if you have fewer ways of expressing yourself. So, chamber music is closer to me; I think that in the chamber music works for the piano a composer can reveal himself most fully, although it is a more difficult task. I have an idea of writing a symphony, but it would have to be some kind of statement, and right now Im not ready for that.  

-How, in your experience does music come into being? What is primary there?
I dont have any single recipe for composition. I always have my notebook with me and I put down in it everything that comes into my head - it might be a rhythm or a melody. Sometimes I revise these notebooks, but I use only very little of it in my works. Ive always been fascinated by composers who are able to say, Today Ive finished a piece”. Im not one of those. To choose something specific from a body of music is a big problem for me. I always want to redo everything, it takes me a long time to put a point and say, Thats it, thats the last measure. 

-In one interview you said you used to play in a rock band. Would you want to go back to that? Yekaterinburg is a rocker city, I think your band would be very well received here. 
Yes, in high school, I played bass guitar in a band, we even had some success and the connection to the audience at the concerts was amazing. Even now I like to listen to that kind of music sometimes, but I dont even think to go back to it. I am a classical musician and rock is my past. 

-What was the name of your band? I would love to hear it. 
That I don’t tell!
Interview : Dmitry Hanchin, photos courtesy : Maxim Subotin 
http://xn--80atdujec4e.xn--80acgfbsl1azdqr.xn--p1ai/articles/674/i287621/

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Je veux ton pull !!!! :))

I just wish he'd play more contemporary music -- Ravel, Debussy, even -- dare I suggest it? -- Khachaturian.

Such an interesting interview. Lucas Debargue is unique in everything he does. His interviews open him up, showing the real gem he is. He is loved by audiences wherever he goes.

Концерт был великолепным! Я ждал его год с нетерпением! Мои ожидания оправдались многократно! Магический мастер музыки! Благодарю!

One day, when my sister asked me why I like Lucas Debargue, The first sentence came to my mind was: because I like his philosophical approach to the music. 🥰

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1 month ago
Lucas Debargue

Lucas is now in Yekaterinburg. Tonight, he has two recitals in a row.
In a small press conference in Yekaterinburg, he says about the music he plays: “For my recitals I always look new things to do, to discover something new. I choose pieces I am passionate, I love, which I want to work on for longer and not a repertoire that I am compelled to do.”
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You always choose something special and the audience loves it. I wish there were some videos to watch. My wishful thinking!

2 longs récitals de suite ! Courage !*

Good luck! Take care!

❤️💕❤️

1 month ago
Lucas Debargue

Lucas in sold-out legendary Grand Hall of St. Petersburg Academic Philharmony.
Photo courtesy : Sergey Tyagin. Concert produced by Primavera
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Lucas in sold-out legendary Grand Hall of St. Petersburg Academic Philharmony.
Photo courtesy : Sergey Tyagin. Concert produced by Primavera Consulting

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Beautiful ❤️❤️❤️

Очень выразительный! 🌹

Bravo

Noblesse, Merite, Harmonie! 👏👏👏❤️

Люстры замечательные!!!

Dení Sanpedro

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An article and photos about Lucas Chelyabinsk concert. 
With Primavera Consulting
https://www.1obl.ru/news/kultura/frantsuzskiy-pianist-lyuka-degard-dal-kontsert-v-chelyabinske/

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Это незабываемые впечатления! Люка - Космос!❤

💕💕💕

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1 month ago
Lucas Debargue

About the Chelyabinsk concert in TV channel Rossya 1 with excerpts of the rehearsal and concert. Lucas performed Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto no 4 with Chelyabinsk Symphony Orchestra and conductor Adik Abdurakhmanov.
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www.cheltv.ru/pro-russkuyu-muzyku-i-uralskuyu-pogodu-rasskazal-pianist-lyuka-debarg/
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Fantastic..........; Bravissimo Lucas !!!!!

"...четвертую симфонию Рахманинова"🤦🤦

Go to Baku: warm weather and your fans are waiting impatiently!

“Исполнил 4 симфонию Рахманинова»- Культурный уровень журналистки

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1 month ago
Lucas Debargue

Photos from Chelyabinsk. Lucas with the conductor Adik Abdurakhmanov, with the conductor and the wife of the Governor of the Chelyabinsk region Irina Teksler, with the musicians form the Chelyabinsk.
Next stop – Ekaterinburg.
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Photos from Chelyabinsk. Lucas with the conductor Adik Abdurakhmanov, with the conductor and the wife of the Governor of the Chelyabinsk region Irina Teksler, with the musicians form the Chelyabinsk Symphony Orchestra.
Next stop – Ekaterinburg.
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Слышала дважды в Минске. Хорош!

Beautiful ❤❤

Success everywhere you go! Nice photos, beautiful roses.

Que des jolies femmes autour de Lucas !

1 month ago
Lucas Debargue

Lucas in Chelyabinsk - performing Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto no 4.
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Lucas in Chelyabinsk - performing Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto no 4. 
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Рада за челябинцев, которые смогли побывать на концерте и пребывают в полном восторге!!!

THIS shows everyone... YOU might not win FIRST place... BUT you can still WIN the show... and this man DID! AND how we LOVE him... and his wonderful story and contribution to the arts...

Avec un public normal ... Quelle merveille

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1 month ago
Lucas Debargue

Second half of the recital just started. An excerpt of Fauré Barcarolle No. 3 in G-flat major.
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Awesome 👏🏻

Dreaming about listening to him live...

🙏🙏🙏

Awesome 👏

So beautiful 🌹

Magicien !!!!

Wonderful ,Lucas !

Pas de live ?

Спасибо

Как в такой возвышенный момент можно сидеть в инстаграме?😞

Su sonido es genial!! 🌷

🎵je pense bien à toi Lucas🎵et j’aimerai t’entendre🎵en live😉😄

Cette femme scotchée à son iPhone ... pourrait laisser sa place à quelqu’un d’autre 😢!

Merci : Faure qui paraît si facile Léger agréable et pourtant !!! ... Bravo

Me pregunto, para que va al concierto, la señora del concierto.

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Interview with Lucas for the Festival 1001 Notes.
https://festival1001notes.com/actus/lucas-debargue-jai-comme-une-sorte-dherbier-dans-lequel-je-conserve-mes-impressions-de-concerts?fbclid=IwAR3ckkkH5Cnd24Ynh1267hez-IBiyALtDoPBbZe6fw7h4WVVligsNvzLs-g

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One of my favorites!!

Beautiful ❤❤❤+++++++++

Самый талантливый. Уже купила абонемент в КЗЧ. Люка будет играть через год.

Bravo 👏

Вот это чувство стиля! Глаз не оторвать! Красивый и талантливый! Браво! В человеке все должно быть прекрасно, как говорил А. Чехов.

Очень элегантный! Не оторвать глаз❤️

Cool 😎 ! Et belle formule que l'herbier, + très intéressant article.

Un côté Joe Dassin…

👏🎶💓 Любим и ждём с концертами, сердца наши открыты!

Bonne journée. Nous attendons le festival des classiques d'Odessa.

💯👏👏👏

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2 weeks ago
Lucas Debargue

Lucas is going to open the festival Odessa Classics on 2 June with Haifa Symphony Orchestra and conductor Benjamin Yusupov. He is playing Mozart’s Piano Concerto no 23 in A Major K. 488
odessaclassics.com/program
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Lucas is going to open the festival Odessa Classics on 2 June with Haifa Symphony Orchestra and conductor Benjamin Yusupov. He is playing Mozarts Piano Concerto no 23 in A Major K. 488
https://odessaclassics.com/program
With Primavera Consulting

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This is a great honor and great happiness to our city. ODESSA CLASSICS Festival – this is the main cultural event of the year and we are looking forward for the opening. Thanks a lot to Primavera Consulting – this is a real gift to numerous admirers of Lucas in Odessa!

💯👏👏👏

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🎵FÉLICITATIONS Lucas🎵

Looking forward so much, as all Odessa music fans!

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3 weeks ago
Lucas Debargue

Photos from the concert with Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra and conductor Stanislav Kochanovsky.
Photos courtesy : Alexandra Muravyeva
With Primavera Московская
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Photos from the concert with Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra and conductor Stanislav Kochanovsky.
Photos courtesy : Alexandra Muravyeva
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Beautiful ❤❤

💯👏👏👏

Excellent👏👏👏

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3 weeks ago
Lucas Debargue

Photos from Perm.
Photos courtesy : Lyubov Izgagina.
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Photos from Perm.
Photos courtesy : Lyubov Izgagina.
With Primavera Consulting Пермская краевая филармония

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Genius

Revivre en retrouvant le plaisir de jouer devant son public 😊😊

И покажут, да послушать не дадут

Bravo!!

All photos are very good but one with the flowers and a smile on your face is the best. A video would be a dream come true.

en Russie, la vie est redevenue quasi-normale… concerts, restaurants ! Bravo Lucas.

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4 weeks ago
Lucas Debargue

14 days in Russia: 5 cities, 7 performances 11+ hours on stage, 4500 total audience. It’s the end of an incredible Russian tour. Thank you Primavera Consulting for making it possible, and thank to wonderful Russian audience from Saint Petersburg, Chelyabinsk, Iekaterinburg, Moscow and Perm ! See MoreSee Less

14 days in Russia: 5 cities, 7 performances 11+ hours on stage, 4500 total audience. It’s the end of an incredible Russian tour. Thank you Primavera Consulting for making it possible, and thank to wonderful Russian audience from Saint Petersburg, Chelyabinsk, Iekaterinburg, Moscow and Perm !

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Beautiful ❤️❤️❤️

Молодец!!!!! Спасибо!

thank you for sharing your performances and experiences with us!

Ура!

Это же наша Хохловка! Приезжайте ещё!

Вам спасибо! Ждём вас с концертом в Петербурге в мае !

Congratulations! Safe trip home!

It’s great to see that the Russian audiences understand just how exceptional your musicianship is!

Merci pour ce merveilleux concert à Perm✨

AMAZING!!!!

Dear Lucas, thanks for your Moscow concerts! Always wait you 💓

Looking forward to your return to St.Petersburg! 👏👏

Amazing pianist!

Bravo 👏

Saint-Pétersbourg vous attend!

Bravo,Lucas! We want to see you touring the US!

You are loved everywhere .Good luck! It's great pleasure to listen to you, watch your videos, photos, listen to your interviews . Thank you.

Bravo Lucas!!! We are your’s truly fans, me and my wife watched you perform in Moscow and at Kolarac concert hall in Belgrade, Serbia. Cheers, keep on with the good work and care for art of pianism !!! ❤

Est ce que c’est cette église toute en bois . On vient de voir un documentaire sur cette église .

Congratulations! You are Russian now )))

Best regards from Khanty-Mansiysk! Your performance here was great!

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1 month ago
Lucas Debargue

Photos from the rehearsal with Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra and conductor Stanislav Kochanovsky.
Photos courtesy : Alexandra Muravyeva
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Photos from the rehearsal with Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra and conductor Stanislav Kochanovsky.
Photos courtesy : Alexandra Muravyeva
with Primavera Consulting

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On the way to greatness.

Precious moments!

I was lucky to listen and watch the live performance. Love him!!!

Bravo 👏ф

1 month ago
Lucas Debargue

Lucas’ interview, taken in Moscow. He is talking about Rachmaninoff, about 4th concerto, about romantic approach to the life and music and of course, about our time.
With Primavera Consulting Московская филармония
“I say something what might sound provocative. Pandemic was very damaging for culture, but it was very good for art. Art is a spiritual matter, it’s a matter of life and death. It’s not only entertainment. Of course, for entertainment it was disaster – and it’s still disaster. But art is dealing with inner life, what happens in one’s soul. It has nothing to do with surface, how famous you are, how many people read your books or listen to your CD.
Artists for me are like family who are keeping some very old spiritual values on earth. They are also kind of doctors. For me, an artist should be able to live being aware of big problems like this pandemic now and still create as much as possible. Even when in these horrible conditions, when you live in very little space – you can still have the space inside of you.
Some people might say – if you have nothing to eat, no job – you have no time for your inner space. But I fight against this idea. Because I have proofs throughout history of humankind. There were great people who were able still to compose, paint, write even in awful conditions. [—]
I don’t understand why nowadays so many places, concert houses are not reopening with the strict protocole when we know that we are able to respect this strict protocole. But I also want to see another aspect of the same situation. For me art cannot be ruled by pandemic. There were already many pandemics in human history and art only got enriched by that. [—] I try to get some hope from this.2
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Very thoughtful, worthwhile interview. I got so much from his responses. Thank you!

Toujours des pensées originales, intéressantes !

Bon courage et de la santé ai

Bon courage et de la santé aussi surtout au temps de Covid 19 !😀

dommage que ça ne soit pas traduit en français

Brecht wrote (Three penny Opera) "erst kommt das Fressen, dann die Moral"

J'aime particulièrement cette phrase : "Même dans ces conditions horribles, quand tu vis dans très peu d'espace – tu peux toujours avoir l'espace en toi." Trouver et aménager, imaginer "l'espace en soi" dans les pires circonstances, c'est la clef de toutes les possibilités.

Irene Dejaco🥰

Большое спасибо! Как важно, то, что сказал Люка Дебарг!

Большое спасибо! Интервью Люка всегда интересны! Прекрасный музыкант, глубокий мыслитель и позитивный человек! ❤️💐👏

lost as a romantic hearts in those ages , so we are yes!

Algo en lo que no había pensado en pandemia o recientemente, pero al escucharlo, supe que lo necesitaba.

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1 month ago
Lucas Debargue

After the successful concert with maestro Stanislav Kochanovsky and Alexandre Kantorow.
www.facebook.com/artsprimavera/photos/a.3956350764405842/5551335171574052Tonight Lucas Debargue performed Rachmaninov #4 concerto at Tchaikovsky Hall with Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Stanislav Kochanovsky 💫

Five out of seven performances are done for Lucas’s Russian tour 🙌🏻🎹🎼
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After the successful concert with maestro Stanislav Kochanovsky and Alexandre Kantorow.
https://www.facebook.com/artsprimavera/photos/a.3956350764405842/5551335171574052

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Браво! Прекрасный концерт! Спасибо!)

Концерт на одном дыхании! спасибо за вдохновенное исполнение и прекрасный ансамбль! Огромное спасибо за трансляцию – возможность увидеть и услышать великолепных музыкантов!

the pause in which to breathe.

Great performance, thank you!

Bravo!!!!

Таланты!

Я слушала в прямой трансляции. Потрясающе!!! Спасибо!

Absolutely amazing, greetings!

Superb performance! Does anyone know what the encore was? It was extremely beautiful!

Созвездие талантов! Гениальные музыканты! Большое спасибо за счастье слушать и слышать Вас. Ваше искусство дарит нам надежду на будущее. Будьте всегда с нами.

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1 month ago
Lucas Debargue

Yesterday was filmed an interview with Lucas, which will be shown during today’s transmission break. See MoreSee Less

Yesterday was filmed an interview with Lucas, which will be shown during todays transmission break.

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Talent. Thank you.

J attends l émancipation par le rasage de la moustache , seul détail puéril pour cacher l immense admiration que j ai pour toi Lucas 😉 un parcours quantique dans la forme , avec le succès qu’on te connaît. Et pour avoir joué modestement au 3 maillets , j aurais aimé avoir le même destin et te croiser à l occasion dans ces lieux propices aux rencontres improbables 😘 ! On ne se connaît pas , pardon pour le tutoiement mais chapeau bas pour ton parcours qui rend ton toucher si singulier et passionnant 🥰 longue vie l Artiste .

Hermosa tu interpretación del concierto 4 de Rachmaninov!!!!!

Какое счастье слушать то, что говорит Люка. Как всегда очень глубоко и необыкновенно точно анализирует ситуацию. Спасибо, Люка, за Ваше творчество!

1 month ago
Lucas Debargue

Tonight, there will be a transmission of Lucas’ concert from Moscow. He is performing Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto no 4. with Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra and conductor Stanislav Kochanovsky. It starts 7 PM Moscow Standard Time.
With Primavera
meloman.ru/videos/online/
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Mesmerized! You always lift my spirit up. The best present for my birthday tomorrow.

Thank you. Though I missed it live I was able to watch it on replay. What a pleasure to listen to Lucas Debargue speaking English, sharing his thoughts on so many topics. His interviews are always amazing.

Very beautiful. Thank you! What was the name of the encore? Let's hope we can hear you soon in Paris!

1 month ago
Lucas Debargue

Hello from Moscow! Lucas already had a rehearsal with Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra and conductor Stanislav Kochanovsky. They perform tomorrow in Moscow Tchaikovsky Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto no 4.
With Stanislav With Primavera
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Hello from Moscow! Lucas already had a rehearsal with Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra and conductor Stanislav Kochanovsky. They perform tomorrow in Moscow Tchaikovsky Concert hall Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto no 4. 
With Stanislav Kochanovsky, conductor With Primavera Consulting
 Московская филармония

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Bravo 👏

💥You are the best !!! 👏👏👏

Like you smiling. A lot of concerts everywhere and photos.

1 month ago
Lucas Debargue

Interview and photos from Yekaterinburg.
With Primavera Consulting
English translation:
– Last year was very difficult for everyone, including the musicians: tours and concerts were cancelled. How did you get through that time?
Frankly speaking, the first two months I just rested. Then it got harder – I began to forget how it feels to be on the stage. But I stayed true to myself and spent a quiet life: I met my close people, read books, studied various scores.

– Did you discover anything new?
I studied more in detail such composers as Gabriel Fauré and Johannes Brahms and delved deeply into the piano music of the latter. However, you cannot confuse an in-depth study of the composer’s work and performing it on stage – they are two completely different things.

-In Yekaterinburg, you will play two concerts in a row – how difficult is that?
It is not that hard, because the programme has been specially put together so that I do not get tired of it. I always choose the repertoire for my recitals very carefully; I choose pieces that interest me personally.

-This concert was due to take place a year ago – didn’t you get tired of this works in the meantime?
I put my programs together much earlier. When the time comes to perform them, It’s going to work like a mechanism in me and I know exactly what I’m playing today and what I’ll be playing tomorrow.

-Is there a theatrical element in the way you structure your performances?
I don’t know about theatrical, but I definitely don’t think that musical narrative should be related to the text. I always invite the audience on a journey through the notes, so that everyone in the audience would feel the music as it is. No additives are needed.

-You compose as well, but you are so far better known as a performer. Is it important for you to establish yourself as a composer?
Of course, it is important for me to write music, but now I’m still searching for myself as a composer. I want to achieve some kind of musical clarity. I haven’t matured as a composer yet.

-What is closer to you as a composer: chamber music or symphonic music?
There’s an opinion that the wider are the musical possibilities, the better: with symphony orchestra you can add colors and effects to your music. But that’s not my way. I’m more interested in it if you have fewer ways of expressing yourself. So, chamber music is closer to me; I think that in the chamber music works for the piano a composer can reveal himself most fully, although it is a more difficult task. I have an idea of writing a symphony, but it would have to be some kind of statement, and right now I’m not ready for that.

-How, in your experience does music come into being? What is primary there?
I don’t have any single recipe for composition. I always have my notebook with me and I put down in it everything that comes into my head – it might be a rhythm or a melody. Sometimes I revise these notebooks, but I use only very little of it in my works. I’ve always been fascinated by composers who are able to say, "Today I’ve finished a piece”. I’m not one of those. To choose something specific from a body of music is a big problem for me. I always want to redo everything, it takes me a long time to put a point and say, "That’s it, that’s the last measure."

-In one interview you said you used to play in a rock band. Would you want to go back to that? Yekaterinburg is a rocker city, I think your band would be very well received here.
Yes, in high school, I played bass guitar in a band, we even had some success and the connection to the audience at the concerts was amazing. Even now I like to listen to that kind of music sometimes, but I don’t even think to go back to it. I am a classical musician and rock is my past.

-What was the name of your band? I would love to hear it.
That I don’t tell!
Interview : Dmitry Hanchin, photos courtesy : Maxim Subotin
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Interview and photos from Yekaterinburg.
With Primavera Consulting
English translation:
- Last year was very difficult for everyone, including the musicians: tours and concerts were cancelled. How did you get through that time?  
Frankly speaking, the first two months I just rested. Then it got harder – I began to forget how it feels to be on the stage. But I stayed true to myself and spent a quiet life: I met my close people, read books, studied various scores. 

- Did you discover anything new? 
I studied more in detail such composers as Gabriel Fauré and Johannes Brahms and delved deeply into the piano music of the latter. However, you cannot confuse an in-depth study of the composers work and performing it on stage - they are two completely different things.

-In Yekaterinburg, you will play two concerts in a row - how difficult is that?
It is not that hard, because the programme has been specially put together so that I do not get tired of it. I always choose the repertoire for my recitals very carefully; I choose pieces that interest me personally. 

-This concert was due to take place a year ago – didn’t you get tired of this works in the meantime?
I put my programs together much earlier. When the time comes to perform them, Its going to work like a mechanism in me and I know exactly what Im playing today and what Ill be playing tomorrow. 

-Is there a theatrical element in the way you structure your performances? 
I dont know about theatrical, but I definitely don’t think that musical narrative should be related to the text. I always invite the audience on a journey through the notes, so that everyone in the audience would feel the music as it is. No additives are needed.

-You compose as well, but you are so far better known as a performer. Is it important for you to establish yourself as a composer? 
Of course, it is important for me to write music, but now Im still searching for myself as a composer. I want to achieve some kind of musical clarity. I havent matured as a composer yet. 

-What is closer to you as a composer: chamber music or symphonic music?
 Theres an opinion that the wider are the musical possibilities, the better: with symphony orchestra you can add colors and effects to your music. But thats not my way. Im more interested in it if you have fewer ways of expressing yourself. So, chamber music is closer to me; I think that in the chamber music works for the piano a composer can reveal himself most fully, although it is a more difficult task. I have an idea of writing a symphony, but it would have to be some kind of statement, and right now Im not ready for that.  

-How, in your experience does music come into being? What is primary there?
I dont have any single recipe for composition. I always have my notebook with me and I put down in it everything that comes into my head - it might be a rhythm or a melody. Sometimes I revise these notebooks, but I use only very little of it in my works. Ive always been fascinated by composers who are able to say, Today Ive finished a piece”. Im not one of those. To choose something specific from a body of music is a big problem for me. I always want to redo everything, it takes me a long time to put a point and say, Thats it, thats the last measure. 

-In one interview you said you used to play in a rock band. Would you want to go back to that? Yekaterinburg is a rocker city, I think your band would be very well received here. 
Yes, in high school, I played bass guitar in a band, we even had some success and the connection to the audience at the concerts was amazing. Even now I like to listen to that kind of music sometimes, but I dont even think to go back to it. I am a classical musician and rock is my past. 

-What was the name of your band? I would love to hear it. 
That I don’t tell!
Interview : Dmitry Hanchin, photos courtesy : Maxim Subotin 
http://xn--80atdujec4e.xn--80acgfbsl1azdqr.xn--p1ai/articles/674/i287621/

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Je veux ton pull !!!! :))

I just wish he'd play more contemporary music — Ravel, Debussy, even — dare I suggest it? — Khachaturian.

Such an interesting interview. Lucas Debargue is unique in everything he does. His interviews open him up, showing the real gem he is. He is loved by audiences wherever he goes.

Концерт был великолепным! Я ждал его год с нетерпением! Мои ожидания оправдались многократно! Магический мастер музыки! Благодарю!

One day, when my sister asked me why I like Lucas Debargue, The first sentence came to my mind was: because I like his philosophical approach to the music. 🥰

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1 month ago
Lucas Debargue

Lucas is now in Yekaterinburg. Tonight, he has two recitals in a row.
In a small press conference in Yekaterinburg, he says about the music he plays: “For my recitals I always look new things to do, to discover something new. I choose pieces I am passionate, I love, which I want to work on for longer and not a repertoire that I am compelled to do.”
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You always choose something special and the audience loves it. I wish there were some videos to watch. My wishful thinking!

2 longs récitals de suite ! Courage !*

Good luck! Take care!

❤️💕❤️

1 month ago
Lucas Debargue

Lucas in sold-out legendary Grand Hall of St. Petersburg Academic Philharmony.
Photo courtesy : Sergey Tyagin. Concert produced by Primavera
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Lucas in sold-out legendary Grand Hall of St. Petersburg Academic Philharmony.
Photo courtesy : Sergey Tyagin. Concert produced by Primavera Consulting

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Beautiful ❤️❤️❤️

Очень выразительный! 🌹

Bravo

Noblesse, Merite, Harmonie! 👏👏👏❤️

Люстры замечательные!!!

Dení Sanpedro

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An article and photos about Lucas Chelyabinsk concert. 
With Primavera Consulting
https://www.1obl.ru/news/kultura/frantsuzskiy-pianist-lyuka-degard-dal-kontsert-v-chelyabinske/

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Это незабываемые впечатления! Люка – Космос!❤

💕💕💕

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1 month ago
Lucas Debargue

About the Chelyabinsk concert in TV channel Rossya 1 with excerpts of the rehearsal and concert. Lucas performed Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto no 4 with Chelyabinsk Symphony Orchestra and conductor Adik Abdurakhmanov.
With Primavera
www.cheltv.ru/pro-russkuyu-muzyku-i-uralskuyu-pogodu-rasskazal-pianist-lyuka-debarg/
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Fantastic……….; Bravissimo Lucas !!!!!

"…четвертую симфонию Рахманинова"🤦🤦

Go to Baku: warm weather and your fans are waiting impatiently!

“Исполнил 4 симфонию Рахманинова»- Культурный уровень журналистки

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1 month ago
Lucas Debargue

Photos from Chelyabinsk. Lucas with the conductor Adik Abdurakhmanov, with the conductor and the wife of the Governor of the Chelyabinsk region Irina Teksler, with the musicians form the Chelyabinsk.
Next stop – Ekaterinburg.
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Photos from Chelyabinsk. Lucas with the conductor Adik Abdurakhmanov, with the conductor and the wife of the Governor of the Chelyabinsk region Irina Teksler, with the musicians form the Chelyabinsk Symphony Orchestra.
Next stop – Ekaterinburg.
With Primavera Consulting

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Слышала дважды в Минске. Хорош!

Beautiful ❤❤

Success everywhere you go! Nice photos, beautiful roses.

Que des jolies femmes autour de Lucas !

1 month ago
Lucas Debargue

Lucas in Chelyabinsk – performing Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto no 4.
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Lucas in Chelyabinsk - performing Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto no 4. 
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Рада за челябинцев, которые смогли побывать на концерте и пребывают в полном восторге!!!

THIS shows everyone… YOU might not win FIRST place… BUT you can still WIN the show… and this man DID! AND how we LOVE him… and his wonderful story and contribution to the arts…

Avec un public normal … Quelle merveille

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1 month ago
Lucas Debargue

Second half of the recital just started. An excerpt of Fauré Barcarolle No. 3 in G-flat major.
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Awesome 👏🏻

Dreaming about listening to him live…

🙏🙏🙏

Awesome 👏

So beautiful 🌹

Magicien !!!!

Wonderful ,Lucas !

Pas de live ?

Спасибо

Как в такой возвышенный момент можно сидеть в инстаграме?😞

Su sonido es genial!! 🌷

🎵je pense bien à toi Lucas🎵et j’aimerai t’entendre🎵en live😉😄

Cette femme scotchée à son iPhone … pourrait laisser sa place à quelqu’un d’autre 😢!

Merci : Faure qui paraît si facile Léger agréable et pourtant !!! … Bravo

Me pregunto, para que va al concierto, la señora del concierto.

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