"Carnival" at La Scala Paris: The Virtuosity of Pianist Nour Ayadi

La Scala Paris is hosting a remarkable piano recital named "Carnival," featuring the talented pianist Nour Ayadi,
on January 28.

In this program, Ayadi presents a recording for Scala Music, creating an experience where the madness of the carnival invites dancing and escapism. The program includes Schumann's "Carnaval," Poulenc's "Soirées de Nazelles," and "Novelettes" by both composers, a daring and original combination of Schumann and Poulenc.

Besides Ayadi's recital, the event will feature a performance by students from the Conservatoire de Drancy and the Conservatoire Hector-Berlioz of Paris's 10th district. They will perform Camille Saint-Saëns' "Bacchanale" as an opening to the evening.

The complete program will also encompass pieces by Jean-Philippe Rameau and Robert Schumann, promising an evening where celebration meets virtuosity and passion for classical music.

Nour Ayadi is a gifted pianist born in Casablanca. She has successfully combined a career in classical music while pursuing studies at Sciences Po. Ayadi has excelled in several international piano competitions, showcasing her virtuosity and musical sensitivity. Her ability to perform complex works with emotion and finesse quickly established her as a renowned pianist on the international scene.