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Alfred Brendel: My Musical Life

Czech Philharmonic

In this evening’s lecture, Alfred Brendel, no friend of autobiographies, presents a survey of his musical life. The emphasis is on the word ‘musical’ as he holds the opinion that the private person and the artist are not an equation, and one doesn’t necessarily illuminate the other.

Czech Philharmonic
Duration of the programme 1 hod
Photo illustrating the event Alfred Brendel: My Musical Life
Rudolfinum — Suk Hall
8 Feb 2020  Saturday — 7.00pm
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Alfred Brendel, no friend of autobiographies, presents a survey of his musical life. The emphasis is on the word musical as Brendel holds the opinion that the private person and the artist are not an equation, and one doesn't necessarily illuminate the other. He intends to consider what stimulated, formed and amused him, and to points out how it is feasible in this profession to remain largely independent.

  • Ticket is also valid for preceding screening of Mark Kindel's film Alfred Brendel: Man and Mask.