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Pianist Luu Duc Anh to present Liszt Recital 2

Pianist Luu Duc Anh will return to playing the work of the great Hungarian musician Franz Liszt with a concert on November 27 at Hanoi Opera House.

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Pianist Luu Duc Anh will feature songs composed by Hungarian musician Franz Liszt. — Photo courtesy of Hanoi Grapevine

 

A series of concerts with composer-themed recitals has made his name since 2016 with Liszt and 2017 with Brahms.

Different from the first Liszt recital with its fierce atmosphere in 2016, this programme will explore a different aspect of Liszt’s music with beautiful, tender and warm melodies, contrasting to the dramatic, full of techniques, roaring characteristics most associated with Liszt’s music.

Anh studied with Professor Tran Thu Ha from 2000 to 2011 at the Vietnam National Academy of Music. After graduating, he continued his studies at the Royal Conservatory of Liège (Belgium), Malmo Academy of Music (Sweden), Aimart Academy (Italy). He has won many awards at international music competitions as well as performed around the world.

He has also performed solo with the Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra, the Hanoi Philharmonic Orchestra, the Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra, the London Symphony Orchestra, and Liège Royal Philharmonic.

The repertoire includes Invocation, Consolation No 3 and Hungarian Rhapsody No 9. VNS

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