On November, 19 Luisa Splett will give a concert under the celebration of the 200th anniversary of Russian-Swiss diplomatic relations.
Luisa Splett was born in Winterthur (Switzerland) in 1983 in a family of musicians. She started playing the piano at the age of 5. In 2007, after studying at the Zurich Conservatory (class of Carl Andreas Collie) and the Conservatory of Santiago de Chile (class of a Russian pianist Elena Shcherbakova), he entered a master program at the St. Petersburg Conservatory (class of the Honored Artist of Russia, Professor Oleg Malov), which she finished with honors in 2009. Luisa Splett performs both solo and in ensembles in Switzerland, Germany, Portugal, England, Hungary, Russia, Mexico, Chile, Argentina and the United States.
P. Tchaikovsky “The Seasons”, op. 37a (40 minutes);
Arthur Vincent Lourie “Five Fragile Preludes”, op.1 (12 minutes);
Franz Liszt. From the series “Switzerland”:
- “Chapelle de Guillaume Tell” (6 minutes);
- “Lake Ballenstedt” (4 minutes);
- “On the Shore of a Stream” (4 minutes);
- “Storm” (4 minutes);
- “Obermann's Valley” (13 minutes);
- “Geneva Bells” (7 minutes)
Concert duration: 2 hours with one intermission.
Free for Erarta Society card holders.