Sometimes one hour could be enough. Like this lunchtime recital at Wigmore Hall by Javier Perianes which created a path from the early Chopin to the late one linking with Debussy impressionism and the evocation of Falla music.

Perianes Chopin was poetic but still reflexive, showing the seed that was grown and developed by other like Debussy. Isolated preludes from the later are not easy to present but Perianes showed some good ideas. It would be interesting to listen to a full programme of him.

Manuel de Falla Fantasia Baetica was the treat of the concert. Not being a popular work is hard to hear it in concert halls. We got some justice and listened to a wonderful performance of a tricky work from the technical point of view but still very focused on the expressive side.