Meloclassic publică Enescu

by Petruș Costea
An outstanding event in the 2013 musical world was the emergence of the Meloclassic label aiming to publish unusual recordings. Most of these recordings are live, with musicians who made a mark on the musical history of the last...

Franco Fagioli: “Being countertenor today is not the same as it was some twenty-five years ago”

by Petruș Costea
In recent years, when the musical world has been enjoying the presence of extraordinary countertenors, from Philippe Jaroussky to Max Emanuel Cenci, the emergence of Franco Fagioli is an event, both because of his outstanding virtuosity...

CD Review - Fazıl Say

The most famous Turkish musician of the moment, Fazıl Say (born in 1970) has surprised the musical world since the beginning of his career, twenty five years ago, with his out of the ordinary technique and by playing a classical or...

Alexandra Dariescu: "I feel at home literally everywhere I have a piano”

by Cecilia Mureanu
Almost unknown to the Bucharest public before the 2013 edition of the „George Enescu" Festival, pianist Alexandra Dariescu, after a decade of musical studies in the UK, began to be a constant presence on the Romanian scenes and her...

Christian Zacharis - among the few who has recorded Mozart’s concerts twice

A decade after the end of Mozart piano concertos integral (between 1981 and 1991), Christian Zacharias began a second drive, this time with the Lausanne Chamber Orchestra, orchestra that he conducts since 2000. Zacharias' lecture has...

Diapason d'or de l' année for Simon Trpceski, Vasily Petrenko and The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra

by Redacția
The youngest of three children and born in Skopje, Macedonia in 1979, classical pianist Simon Trpceski errs towards concerto repertory and tackling challenging compositions by Rachmaninov, Liszt and Prokofiev. Hugely popular in his...