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

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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...

Andris Nelsons overwhelmed by Wagner's Tannhäuser

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Andris Nelsons was born in Riga. His mother founded the first early music ensemble in Latvia, and his father was a choral conductor, cellist, and teacher. At age five, his mother and stepfather (a choir conductor) took him to a...

Renaud and Gautier Capuçon at the Enescu Festival

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Renaud is the winner of the "Georges Enesco" prize offered by the Society of Authors, Composers and Publishers of Music in France and Gautier is already a known cellist who performed with Martha Argerich and Daniel Barenboim. Capuçon...

Maria João Pires - portuguese pianist who creates magic

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Considered one of the greatest interpreters of Mozart, the Portuguese pianist Maria João Pires is an artist who combines highly refined style with a conscious effort to decipher the complexities of intellectual and spiritual depth of...

Elisabeth Leonskaja, disciple of legendary pianist Sviatoslav Richter

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In this edition of George Enescu, Elisabeth Leonskaja, will hold a concert dedicated to the memory of Richter. After having played over the years with all the major orchestras of the world, "last lady of the Russian school" remembers...