3rd Highlight subscription concert
Works by Mozart, Chopin and Bartók
»Once you have mastered the technique, then you can concentrate on the music.« Sounds awfully simple, and when you experience Jan Lisiecki at his instrument, it would be so easy to think that playing the piano were no more than ten little elves dancing on the keys, worlds away from hard work and strict discipline. For Lisiecki, many things seem unimaginably easy; he is a veritable high-flyer. At school he was allowed to skip four years with just one sentence. His motto as a musician: »Music is basically there to be enjoyed. My job is to fill the music of yesteryear with the emotions of today.« Lisiecki moves through the history of music nimbly and with a keen creative sense, as if he has known its key episodes forever. With Alondra de la Parra, the orchestra welcomes a conductor who gave her Bremen debut at the 2016 ›Summer in Lesmona‹ and for whom this will be her third appearance as guest conductor with The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen.