Brahms: Pièces pour piano Adam Laloum
- Variations sur un thème original en Ré Majeur Op. 21 No.1
- 1Variations sur un thème original en Ré Majeur Op. 21 No.118:00
- Johannes Brahms (1833-1897): Klavierstücke Op. 76
- 2Capriccio en Fa Dièse Mineur - Un poco agitato03:47
- 3Capriccio en Si Mineur - Allegretto ma non troppo03:23
- 4Intermezzo en La Bémol Majeur - Grazioso02:29
- 5Intermezzo en Si Bémol Majeur - Allegretto gracioso02:16
- 6Capriccio en Ut Dièse Mineur - Agitato, ma non troppo presto03:25
- 7Intermezzo en La Majeur - Andante con moto04:10
- 8Intermezzo en La Mineur - Moderato semplice03:26
- 9Capriccio en Ut Majeur - Grazioso ed un poco vivace03:39
- Johannes Brahms (1833-1897): Rhapsodies Op. 79
- 10Rhapsodie en Si Mineur no.1 - Agitato10:08
- 11Rhapsodie en Sol Mineur No. 2 - Molto passionato, ma non troppo allegro07:05
- Johannes Brahms (1833-1897): Intermezzi Op. 117
- 12Intermezzo en Mi Bémol Majeur - Andante moderato05:53
- 13Intermezzo en Si Bémol Mineur - Andante non troppo e con molta espressione05:03
- 14Intermezzo en Ut dièse Mineur - Andante con moto06:59
Info for Brahms: Pièces pour piano
From the age of 20 onwards, Brahms wrote unceasingly for the piano. His solo pieces for the instrument, ranging from the poetic evocations of the variations Op.21 to the nostalgic yearning of Op.117, may be seen as personal journal.
Adam Laloum was born in Toulouse in 1987. He began studying the piano at the age of ten and has studied with Michel Béroff, Paul Badura-Skoda, Pascal Devoyon and Jean-Claude Pennetier. Since October 2009 Adam has been a student at Hamburg’s Hochschule für Musik under Evgeny Koroliov who won the Clara Haskil Prize in 1977.
In September 2009 Adam won the first prize the audience award at the Clara Haskil International Piano Competition. One to watch…
Adam Laloum, piano
was born in Toulouse in 1987. He began studying the piano at the age of ten. In 1999 he entered the Conservatoire de Toulouse and from 2002 he studied at the Conservatoire de Paris (CNSMDP), class of Michel Béroff. Adam took lessons in chamber performing and attended master classes with Dmitri Bashkirov, Paul Badura-Skoda, Pascal Devoyon and Jean-Claude Pennetier. Adam received his diploma in Paris in 2006 and was admitted to the “3rd Perfectionnement” course at the Conservatoire de Lyon, class of in Géry Moutier.
Since October 2009 Adam has been a student at Hamburg’s Hochschule für Musik under Evgeny Korolyov who won the Clara Haskil Prize in 1977. In 2007 Adam appeared in a performing chamber concerts at the Festival de la Roque d’Anthéron and the Académie Maurice Ravel where he was awarded the Maurice Ravel Prize, which afforded him the opportunity to perform in a chamber music concert series.
Adam has performed at many prestigious festivals and concerts halls as soloist and chamber musician in France (the Cité de la Musique in Paris, the La Grange de Meslay festival, the L’Orangerie de Sceaux festival and L’Epau in Deauville), Switzerland (Théâtre de Vevey and the Salle Métropole in Lausanne) Jordan and Mexico. He has performed with the Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne and the Sinfonietta de Lausanne under conductors such as Jesüs López-Cobos, Peter Csaba and Jean-Marc Grob.
Adam has received a number of scholarships including a grant from the Fondation de France in 2006, an ADAMI grant in 2006–2007 and a grant from the Fondation Groupe Banque Populaire for 2007–2010. In September 2009 he won the first prize the audience award at the Clara Haskil International Piano Competition.