Arcadi Volodos and Boris Berezovsky @ Art-Dialog Festival Biel

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It is a rather unique opportunity to listen to two of the most distinguished Russian Pianists of our time within six days. The Art Dialog Society based in Biel, Switzerland, made this possible in october 2018. This society was founded to create new forms of artistic performances and to let them interfere with other ways of cultural expressions. Its festival … Read More

Maurizio Pollini @ KKL Lucerne


Maurizio Pollini, the Maestro from Milano, was invited by Lucerne Festival im Sommer to celebrate his 40th stage anniversary. After a difficult beginning of their collaboration he then came to Lucerne almost every year, and especially his work together with Pierre Boulez was always supposed to become Sternstunden at the Lake Lucerne.

David Fray @Zentrum Paul Klee


In his still young career David Fray has already reached a reputation to be called outstanding. Several recordings for Warner, two Echo Klassik awards and the most prestigious price in France, the Les Victoires de la musique classique, do confirm his merits in the uppermost grades of judgement.

Rob Costlow – Woods of Chaos

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Rob Costlow is a piano player. He doesn’t play very complex themes and hasn’t the perfect tecnique, but his piano play is nice, intense and popular. Popular new piano classics. Download Rob CoslowΒ – Meant to beΒ [Creative Commons license] Download full album. Thanks to google πŸ˜‰

Leandro Casas – Clinical Archives

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Leandro Casas from Argentina is an arranger, composer and musician. He began his piano studies at the “Arturo Berutti” conservatory.Β  In 2006, resumed his academic studies through Initiation Institute Autoral “Sebastian Piana” (SADAIC). Studying “Harmony and Composition” I, II and III, by the pianist, arranger and composer Juan Carlos Cirigliano; and “Orchestration and Counterpoint” I and II, by the arranger, … Read More