Francesco Tristano concert celebrating Luxembourg National Day

According to the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Luxembourg classical and experimental pianist and composer Francesco Tristano will perform in Hanoi Opera House on 25 June to celebrate his native country’s National Day.

According to the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Luxembourg classical and experimental pianist and composer Francesco Tristano will perform in Hanoi Opera House on 25 June to celebrate his native country’s National Day.

Tristano will showcase his talents by playing a selection of works by famous composers including Domenico Scarlatti, Igor Stravinsky, Girolamo Frescobaldi and Derrick May. In 2011, Tristano, who is also known as a Baroque music specialist, thrilled Hanoian audiences after giving an amazing recital of Bach’s works.

Francesco Tristano discovered the piano at the age of five. He studied at conservatories in Luxembourg, Brussels, Riga and Paris before graduating in music at the prestigious Julliard School in New York. In 2004, he won the first prize at the International piano competition for contemporary music in Orléans, France.

The pianist studied at music academies in Brussels, Riga, Paris, Luxembourg and Barcelona and won first prize at the international piano competition for contemporary music in Orleans, France, in 2004.-VNA.

Interested audiences can collect free tickets by registering their names at hanoigrapvine.com.

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