One of classical music’s most enigmatic musicians, the pianist, Martha Argerich, sheds her mask in a rare interview with Euronews.
The music festival she created, the “Progetto Martha Argerich”, is taking place at the moment in the Swiss city of Lugano and runs until the beginning of July.
Some 50 artists – lesser-known budding musicians as well as renowned names – showcase the masterpieces they’re known for, as well as rarely performed compositions.
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