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Lazare Lubek, piano

Monday, May 16, 2022 - 4:30pm
CCRMA Stage, The Knoll

Free

CCRMA visiting student Lazare Lubek presents a piano recital. Born in 2000 in Paris, Lazare Lubek is a visiting student from the ENS. He started very early to study harmony and musical writing when he was seven years old, first in private lessons with Isabelle Duha, then at municipal and regional conservatory with Pierre Cambourian and Thibault Perrine, and later at national conservatory with Fabien Waksman, Thierry Escaich, Bernard de Crépy, Olivier Trachier, and Thomas Lacôte. He also studied piano in municipal and regional conservatories with Caroline Cren and David Saudubray, and is now studying at École Normale de Musique de Paris with Michael Vladkowski. During his studies, as he also touched on improvisation (with Cyrille Lehn), and orchestration (with Anthony Girard, Denis Cohen, and Richard Dubugnon), he developed an approach of composing music considering musical forms as dramaturgy structure to tell a story with the variety of sounds available to the piano. His musical style can be defined as neo-Classical and neo-Romantic, with influences taken from Mozart, Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Brahms, Chopin, Ravel, and Rachmaninoff. 

Program

  • Eugène Anthiome (1836-1916)
    Illusions Perdues (1886)
    Loin d’Elle
     (1864)
    Contemplations (1909)
  • Lazare Lubek (b. 2000)
    Grand sonatina

Admission information

  • Free admission
  • Please review CCRMA's COVID Safety Policy for in-person events. Face coverings are no longer required but are strongly recommended. We encourage you to continue wearing masks for the comfort of our patrons, staff, and artists.
Event Sponsor: 
Department of Music, Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics
Contact Email: 
cobasica@ccrma.stanford.edu
Event Type: 
Performance
Performers Type: 
Guest Artists
Genre: 
Chamber Music
Academic Quarter: 
Spring 2022