Jan Lisiecki
Jan 30, 2022

Overview

Jan Lisiecki made one of the most thrilling CSO debuts of 2019, an “extraordinarily delicate and poetic performance” in which “virtually everything [he] played conveyed depth of thought and openness of expression” (Chicago Tribune). Lisiecki’s all-Chopin program features the fiendishly virtuosic Opus 10 Etudes and a group of wistful and evocative nocturnes.

Schedule
Sunday, January 30, 2022
3:00 PM
Program
Chopin

Etudes, Op. 10, and Selected Nocturnes

Paderewski

Nocturne, Op. 16. No. 4 [Encore]

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