The Brahms who experiments, risks, and reaches beyond his own limitations by addressing the piano concert and its tradition, was echoed by Dvořák, the meek man of the nineteenth century, with his Symphony no. 8, a creative and passionate masterpiece, which nonetheless respects tradition. In his return to the podium of laVerdi, Zhang Xian will compare these two opposite ways of understanding music in the European Romantic Age. Accompanying it is Denis Kozhukhin, a young Russian pianist who has his debut with laVerdi.
- Piano Denis Kozhukhin
- Conductor Zhang Xian