✨An exquisite concert, taking place on November 23rd at 8.15 pm, awaits you at the Royal Pavilion in Brighton. Get ready to dive into the enchanting world of water as the gifted pianist Lorenzo Bagnati takes the stage. With his delicate touch, he will breathe life into compositions inspired by the captivating depths, mystery, and fluidity of the water element. The program will include works by F. Liszt, M. Ravel, C. Debussy and others - each work is a reflection of water magic.
Lorenzo Bagnati, a bright rising star of the world piano scene, was born in Milan in 1998 into a family of talented musicians. As early as four years old, Lorenzo showed a passion for the piano and at age 7, he performed his first concert as a student of the prestigious Benedetto Marcello Venice Conservatory. After graduating from the conservatory with honours at 17, the young pianist pursued his Master’s Degree at the Gnessin Academy of Music. At present, Lorenzo continues his studies under the guidance of Maestro E. K. Virsaladze. His performances are a symbiosis of virtuoso technique and deep emotionality.
Being the first prize winner of many international competitions, among which is the Anton Rubinstein International Competition, Lorenzo Bagnati gives recitals on significant world stages, including Carnegie Hall (New York) and La Fenice Theatre (Venice). The recognised musician has also been a jury member of several prestigious contests.
About the Royal Pavilion
The Music Room at the Royal Pavilion in Brighton is a dazzling example of Regency-era opulence. This lavishly decorated chamber boasts exquisite chinoiserie designs, gilded moldings, and stunning hand-painted Chinese wallpaper. The room served as a grand setting for musical gatherings, soirées, and entertainment during the early 19th century. Its ornate architecture and Oriental-inspired aesthetics make it a must-visit attraction for those exploring the historic Royal Pavilion. The Royal Pavilion was constructed as the seaside pleasure palace of King George IV, and the Music Room stands as a testament to the extravagant tastes of the era's royalty.
F. Liszt - " Vallée d'Obermann" and "Les Jeux d'eaux à la Villa d'Este M. Ravel - Trio of watercolour works:
- "Jeux d'eau"
- "Une Barque Sur L'Ocean"
C. Debussy - "Reflets dans l'eau"
H. Villa-Lobos - "Impressões Seresteiras"
A. Ginastera - "Danzas Argenìnas"