Debussy100 is a 12-month project to mark the 100th anniversary of the death of Claude Debussy. Led by a collection of national and international pianists, hear the complete piano and chamber music of Claude Debussy, including 100 titled movements for the keyboard.

As part of this project ANAM has commisioned three new works by composer Lyle Chan to realise a project that Debussy was working on before his untimely death. Debussy was completing six sonatas for various instruments, however only finished the Violin Sonata, Cello Sonata and Sonata for Flute, Viola and Harp. Lyle Chan will be composing his own version of the last three sonatas adopting Debussy's intended instrumentation. 

Read more about the Debussy100 project and insights into Debussy's music from an article written by ANAM's Head of Piano, Timothy Young in our newspaper, Music Makers


Tombeau De Claude Debussy // Saturday 24 March 7.30pm
Préludes [Book 1] // Saturday 7 April
Orchestral Transcriptions // Wednesday 16 May 11am
Images [Book 1] // Friday 29 June 7.30pm
Images [Book 2] // Saturday 11 August 7.30pm
Suite Bergamasque // Friday 21 September 7.30pm
Douze Études // Friday 26 October 7.30pm
Préludes [Book 2] // Friday 16 November 11am

Victorian Opera in association with ANAM will be presenting a staged performance of Debussy's only opera: 
Pelleas and Melisande // Thursday 11 and Saturday 13 October

Click on the titles above for more details about each event or visit our What's On Event Calendar

Guest Artists

ANAM is pleased to welcome a collection of renowned national and international pianists to lead ANAM's musicians in this exciting project. Learn more about the guest artists by clicking the links below. 

Roy Howat
Kathryn Stott
Ian Munro
Steven Osborne
Timothy Young
Stephen McIntyre

Debussy100 project presented in partnership with ABC Classic FM

Roy Howat's ANAM residency is generously supported by John and Meredith Baldwin

Kathryn Stott's ANAM residency is generously supported by Ralph and Barbara Ward-Ambler

Timothy Young's ANAM position is generously supported by Margaret Johnson

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