Start date: 23 July, 2017
End date: 23 July, 2017
Canadian Concert January Lisiesky At the age of nine years, Jan gave his first concert accompanied by an orchestra, and has since played well over a hundred times in his native country or in the world, including the National Arts Centre Orchestra, the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, the Quebec Symphony Orchestra, the Minnesota Orchestra, the Sinfonietta Cracovia, the Suwon Philharmonic Orchestra and the Sinfonia Varsovia, to mention only these. January 1, 2010, Jan had the honor of opening the celebrations of the bicentenary of Chopin's birth in Zelazowa Wola, home town of the composer. The same month, he gave the Concerto no. 1 in E minor by Chopin at Midem in Cannes, France. In April, Jan was asked to replace Nelson Freire in four concerts in France; in May he opened the Seoul International Festival of Music in Korea; in July, he played in front of Her Majesty the Queen of England and a hundred thousand other people on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Canada; in October, he signed an exclusive contract with Deutsche Grammophon. Since 2010 he is represented by IMG Artists. Jan Lisiecki performed at Carnegie Hall, the Warsaw Philharmonic Concert Hall, Kaufman Hall, Salle Cortot and has shared the stage with Yo-Yo Ma, Pinchas Zukerman, James Ehnes, and Emanuel Ax. He has given concerts in the United States, Korea, China, Japan, France, Germany, England, Scotland, Italy, Guatemala, Poland and across Canada. January is dedicated to chamber music and has collaborated with the New Zealand String Quartet, Quatuor Ebène, and the Penderecki String Quartet, appearing at festivals like the Festival program of Merano, the Festival de Menton, the Festival of Auvers -sur-Oise, the Festival of Seoul, the Chopin and his Europe Festival, and many others in Canada or the United States. Lisiecki was awarded many prizes, such as the 2010 Debut Atlantic Tour Award, the price Revelations CBC Music 2010, and the Young Artist of the Radios Francophones 2011. Jan has won many Canadian music titles. In 2009 he was awarded the Grand Prize at the OSM Standard Life Competition - he is the youngest in history to have been so distinguished. In June and August 2008, he also won the Grand Prize in the Canadian Music Competitions and the Canadian Music Festival. He still won other awards in seven international competitions in the United States, Italy, England and Japan.
Nature of the Project Reach
January Lisiesky being a pianist recognized internationally and followed by many fans and journalists, its presence in Orford Music provides scale Radiation Alliance 150.
Allow the public to get to know this young Canadian who radiates all over the national and international scene.