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Two artists pay homage to French music at Miami Piano Festival


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The Miami International Piano Festival continues at 7:45 p.m. Monday at the Broward Center’s Amaturo Theater with duo-pianists Konstantin Lifschitz and Francesco Libetta playing Debussy’s ‘Et blanc et Noir,’ Ravel’s ‘La Valse’ and Messiaen’s ‘Visions’; 305-935-5115,

South Florida Classical Review

An immersion in French musical Impressionism by pianists Francesco Libetta and Konstantin Lifschitz was the thematic journey for the two opening concerts in the Miami International Piano Festival’s master series at the Broward Center. Debussy and Ravel loomed large, but forward and backward glances at composers who influenced or were inspired by Impressionist artists and musicians provided context.

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