The tour includes performances of Concerto No.4 in Zaragoza (15 February), Concerto No.3 in Barcelona (16 February), Concerto No.5 in Valencia (17 February) and Concerto No.1 in Alicante (18 February). Perianes then performs the complete Beethoven Piano Concerto Cycle across two consecutive evenings at the Auditorio Nacional de Música in Madrid (19 and 20 February).
The tour culminates with a second performance of the entire cycle at the Royal Festival Hall in London; ‘Poetry and Passion’ on 22 February featuring Concertos 2 – 4, and ‘The Emperor’ on 23 February, featuring Concertos 1 and 5.
In the lead up to the cycle, Javier Perianes made a series of videos for the London Philharmonic Orchestra introducing each concerto. Check them out here:
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