Premiere of the ‘‘Four Lilith Valses’’ by the young, virtuoso pianist Leonhard Dering, within his piano recital ‘‘Lilith’Liszt’’. "But whosoever drinketh of the water that I shall give him shall never thirst; but the water that I shall give him shall be in him a well of water springing up into everlasting life." (John 4:14). These same words noted Liszt on the score of "Les jeux d 'eaux à la Villa d'Este", from the third part of his "Années de Pélerinage". The piece opens a piano evening, which is certainly about life itself: on a bundled form of brilliant, vital energy in Bach's large partita BWV 829; in an interaction where Beauty is pretty much the Beast, in Beethoven's short, entertaining, however, very progressive Sonata up. 54; under a mystical argument between the two guards of eternal darkness - one before birth and the other after death - with Liszt's powerful B minor Sonata in all his thirst. And further through the night dances also Lilith, the dangerous, sexually uninhibited female '' demon '', to which Marcela Lucatelli has dedicated her "Four Lilith Valses" (2019).