The star of the evening will be the young pianist and also an originator of the program, Andrew Tyson who brought together young laureates of prestigious international competitions. The whole concert will be conducted by maestro Mladen Tarbuk.
After a series of many young musicians, Tyson who opened the program ‘Key to the future’ at the Dubrovnik Summer Festival, tomorrow will close it in the atrium of the Rector's Palace.
Andrew Tyson is new, but already recognizable name on the music scene, and BBC Radio 3 called him ‘a real poet of the piano'. Among the rewards and recognition that he has so far achieved, there are some that stand out: a victory at the International audition for young concert artists in the US (2011), the prize at the International Piano Competition in Leeds (2012) and the Queen Elisabeth Competition (2013) and the first prize in the Géza Anda in Zurich (2015), where he also won the Mozart prize and the audience award.
For this occasion Tyson will perform Chopin's Concerto no. 1 for Piano and Orchestra in E Minor, and in the second part of the concert the audience will have the opportunity to listen to Bizet's Symphony no. 1 in C major.