Lukas Sternath, piano

March 6, 2022 | 10:30 am
Sala Filarmonica di Trento, Via Verdi, 30 Trento, Italy

3th Busoni 2019 Award

Born in 2001, he already has to his credit concerts at the Wiener Musikverein, at the Festspielhaus St. Pölten, in Asia and North America. A rich program that begins with the first of the group of the last three Beethoven piano sonatas: absolute fantastic freedom articulated in three movements: a swaying and caressing Vivace, a fantastic Prestissimo and a very cantabile and expressive Andante that dissolves over the course of the following six. variations. We proceed with the second Brahms Sonata, fruit of the youthful impetus of his ideas, however articulated within the serious and grandiose Brahmsian structures of the German popular theme on which the Andante is based, to the hunting atmospheres evoked by the Trio. Let’s move on to Schubert’s Sonata, structured like the sisters in four movements, and permeated by generous melodism, a harmonic richness typical of Schubert’s pianism. A sigh of relief with Ravel’s La Valse, a great waltz, a tribute to the famous Johann Stauss.


L. van Beethoven
Piano Sonata n. 30 op. 109
I. Vivace ma non troppo
II. Prestissimo
III. Gesangvoll, mit innigster Empfindung. Andante molto
cantabile ed espressivo

J. Brahms
Piano Sonata n. 2 op. 2
I. Allegro non troppo ma energico
II. Andante con espressione
III. Scherzo. Allegro. Trio. Poco più moderato
IV. Finale. Sostenuto. Allegro non troppo e rubato

F. Schubert
Piano Sonata n. 19 D 958
I. Allegro
II. Adagio
III. Menuetto. Allegro
IV. Allegro

M. Ravel
La Valse


Concert in collaboration with the Fondazione Carlo, Aldo, Alice e Maria Stella Tartarotti