“An extraordinary talent with a marvellous innate musicality”: that is how the legendary Rosalyn Tureck described pianist Christian Leotta, while the great Karl Ulrich Schnabel wrote of him “his understanding of classical and romantic composers is perfect.” Christian Leotta is considered one of the greatest interpreters of Beethoven and has given concerts in more than 50 countries around the world. In Prague, Christian Leotta will perform as part of the Malostranské komorní slavnosti festival. The location is of the utmost prestige: the Main Hall of the Valdštejn Palace (Senate of the Czech Republic). He will perform Rossini’s Memento homo, in homage to the victims of the pandemic, and Beethoven’s Sonatas Nos. 30, 31 and 32. The concert is held in cooperation with the Italian Cultural Institute.