The list also includes concerts cancelled or postponed due to COVID-19 pandemic; some other summer concert arrangements, such as a participation in a piano festival in France, a recital in Greece etc., have also been cancelled or postponed.
- Sunday 21 June at 14h00: short online recital by the piano trio Yano-Schwall-Kravos in Trifolion, Echternach, Luxembourg (Piazzola, Beethoven), also broadcast by the Radio 100,7
- Sunday 24 May at 20h00: solo recital at the Beethoven Fest in Lviv, Ukraine (Bagatelles, Tempest and Waldstein Sonatas) – CANCELLED
- Friday 22 May at 20h00: short online recital by the piano trio Yano-Schwall-Kravos in Luxembourg Philharmonie, Chamber Music Hall (Beethoven)
- Saturday 18 April at 20h00: concert with orchestra, Cercle Cité, Grande salle, Luxembourg – POSTPONED to Saturday 30 January 2021
- Saturday 28 March at 20h00: participation in a concert in the framework of the ‘International Composition Forum’ , Luxembourg Philharmonic Hall, Chamber Music Hall, solo and piano duo with Val Kravos (Beethoven, Schumann, Bizet) – POSTPONED to Friday 15 January 2021
- Wednesday 25 March at 19h00: concert with the Bruno Walter Symphony Orchestra, conductor Jack Martin Händler, at the Reduta Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, Slovakia (Mozart’s concerto Jenamy/Jeunhomme) – POSTPONED to 8 September
- Saturday 21 March at 20h00: concert ‘Rubinstein & Slavic Mythology’ with Luxembourg Wind Orchestra, conductor Philippe Noesen, Luxembourg Philharmonic Hall, Grand Auditorium (Tchaikovsky: Piano Concerto Nº 1) – CANCELLED/POSTPONED (tbc)
- Sunday 15 March at 17h00: recital at the Bourglinster Castle Music Festival, Luxembourg: chamber music with Benjamin Kruithof, cello (Francœur, Schubert / Rachmaninov, Popper) – POSTPONED to 29 November 2020
Information on older public performances (from June 2010)
is available in the Archive.