Archive | July, 2015


Gramophone download Valentina Lisitsa on Scriabin’s piano music for free

Posted on 21 July 2015 by admin

Scriabin – The Complete Works [18 CD]

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In the latest Gramophone Milestones Podcast (produced in association with EFG International), pianist Valentina Lisitsa discusses her passion for Scriabin’s music withGramophone‘s Editor Martin Cullingford.

To mark a century since the composer’s death this year, Decca produced a box-set Scriabin’s complete works. But when they started collating it, they discovered that there were some gaps in the archives that needed filling, particularly of some of the lesser known pieces, so the label asked Lisitsa to record them. It was the start of a journey of discovery for the pianist…

To download the podcast for free, or to subscribe to Gramophone podcasts, visit Gramophone’s page at iTunes.

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Stars on Verbier Festival 2014

Posted on 13 July 2015 by admin

Verbier Festival: Best of 2014 will be available in a 2-CD set

Since 1994, the high-profile, high-altitude festival in the Swiss Alps has been a breath of fresh air for musicians and audiences alike, each year attracting a who’s who of classical music without losing the intimacy and community fostered in this uniquely inspiring locale.

Twenty years on, Warner Classics has captured this unique atmosphere of music-making with a double album of thrilling highlights from last year’s festivities — one of the first official Verbier albums ever to be released.

Pianists Martha Argerich, Evgeny Kissin, Daniil Trifonov and Jan Lisiecki feature along with cellists Mischa Maisky and Gautier Capuçon, headlining a long list in which living legends rub shoulders with the younger generation of luminaries.

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2015 International Tchaikovsky piano Competition winner

Posted on 05 July 2015 by admin

The 27-year-old Russian pianist Dmitry Masleev has won 2015 International Tchaikovsky piano Competition.

The young Russian was one of the audience’s favourites during the final rounds of the competition in Moscow. In his final performance he played Tchaikovsky’s First Piano Concerto and Prokofiev’s Third Concerto. Second prize went jointly to Lukas Geniusas and George Li.

The winners were announced at a ceremony in Moscow on Wednesday 1 July.

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