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Modern music is his great passion – for example, he co-founded Ensemble InterContemporain at the request of Pierre Boulez – and he has worked closely with composers such as Kurtág, Ligeti and Stockhausen.
This is balanced with other piano literature: for example, on one day this spring Aimard plays Ligeti with the Cleveland Orchestra under the leadership of Welser-Möst, and on the following day he plays Ravel with the Munich Philharmonic under the leadership of Gergiev, as well as solo recitals featuring the music of Chopin, Messiaen, Beethoven and Schubert.
Aimard is meticulous when putting together his concert programmes. For Tivoli he has created a programme focusing on the dance in piano music, as it is heard in Bach, Schubert, Chopin, Schumann and Bartók. Aimard will finalise the programme in the spring, but one thing we can be certain of: his fingers will dance over the keys with the refinement and elegance that has garnered him so much acclaim and so many awards during his remarkable career.
Music by Bach, Schubert, Chopin, Schumann and Bartók.