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Fryderyk Chopin. Alessandra Ammara | Piano


The Italian Cultural Institute and the Lebanese National Conservatory present the concert “Fryderyk Chopin” by Alessandra Ammara (piano) at the Saint Joseph Church of the Jesuit Fathers in Beirut.

This concert is entirely dedicated to Fryderyk Chopin’s music for piano, presented in a program that ranges from the genre of Ballades (the first, in G minor, op. 23) and Mazurkas (the four written in op. 30) to his more particular and dreamlike works, such as the Barcarolle op. 60 and the Prelude op. 45. The complete 24 Preludes of op. 28, will occupy the second part: they sort of represent a spiritual diary of the Polish composer. Taken together, these are masterpieces of the classical repertoire, highlighting the uniqueness and multifaceted nature of Chopin’s genius, who, starting from the pure pianistic gesture, makes works – dense with poetry, emotional depth, power and drama – flow from the instrument, without ever yielding to virtuosic complacency as an end in itself.


Fryderyk Chopin.

Ballade op. 23
4 Mazurkas op. 30
Prelude op. 45
Barcarolle op. 60


24 Preludes op. 28

Curriculum Alessandra Ammara



  • Organized by: Istituto Italiano di Cultura, Conservatorio Nazionale Libanese