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41. Music Directory
review. » The Unofficial ivo pogorelich Fan Club Site is dedicatedto the famous classical concert pianist. wholesale candles

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ivo pogorelich Piano Recitals. The world famous pianist ivo pogorelichvisited Beijing and Shanghai from 30 Nov. to 7 Dec., 1996.
Ivo Pogorelich Piano Recitals
The world famous pianist Ivo Pogorelich visited Beijing and Shanghai from 30 Nov. to 7 Dec., 1996. During his stay in Beijing, Pogorelich gave two piano recitals in the Beijing Concert Hall. Merging himself into the music, he moved everyone of his audience with his understanding of music and his emotions. Pogorelich had an exchange with the teachers and students of the Central Conservatory of Music.

43. »»Chopin Music Reviews««
Garrick Ohlsson and ivo pogorelich, two great performers. The were a really niceperformance by pogorelich. is impressive another unknown pianist who has
Chopin Music Reviews
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More Pages: Chopin Page 1 Music reviews for "Chopin" sorted by average review score: Chopin: Nocturnes (Complete), Vol. 2 Released in Audio CD by Naxos (15 February, 1994) Amazon base price:
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Fryderyk Chopin and Idil Biret Tracks:
  • Nocturne In G Minor, Op. 37 No. 1 Nocturne In G Major, Op. 37 No. 2 Nocturne In C Minor, Op. 48 No. 1 Nocturne In F Sharp Minor, Op. 48 No. 2 Nocturne In F Minor, Op. 55 No. 1 Nocturne in E Flat Major, Op. 55 No. 2 Nocturne In B Major, Op. 62 No. 1 Nocturne In E Major, Op. 62 No. 2 Nocturne in E Minor, Op. 72 No. 1
Average review score: Low price-but not low quality I love Chopin nocturnes, but I am also a starving student, and therefore do not have the money to pay 35$ for a classical CD. Basically if someone is looking for beautiful renditions of some of Chopin's most brilliant pieces and does not have oodles of dough, then this is a great selection. Chopin: Nocturnes Op. 9, 15, 27, 32 Released in Audio CD by Harmonia Mundi (17 December, 1996)

44. Munzinger Personen - Ivo Pogorelich
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45. Stars Der Klassik Von A Bis Z; Ticketinformation 2003/ 2004
Translate this page I. Ian Bostridge Irith Gabriely ivo pogorelich (Klaviervirtuose). Seitenanfang. J.James Conlon Jochen Kowalski (Countertenor) Joja Wendt (pianist) José Carreras
Klassikstars von A bis Z
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Adrianne Pieczonka
Alban Berg Quartett

Alfred Brendel
Alkaline Trio

Amati Quartett
András Schiff (ungarischer Pianist) André Rieu Andrea Bocelli Andreas Scholl (Countertenor) Angela Gheorghiu Angelika Kirchschlager Angelika Milster Anna Gourari (Klavier) Anna Maria Kaufmann Arabella Steinbacher (Violine) Arcadi Volodos (Klavier) Arte Corale Artemis Quartett Auryn Quartett B Barbara Hendricks (Sopran) Belcanto Pop Of Opera Belcea Quartet Benjamin Schmid (Violine) Berliner Barock Solisten Berliner Philharmoniker Berliner Symphoniker Bobby McFerrin ... Seitenanfang C Carmina Burana Cecilia Bartoli (Mezzosopran) Chamber Orchestra of Europe Christian Gerhaher ( Bariton) Christian Tetzlaff (Violine, Dirigent)

46. NPR : Performance Today For Tuesday, January 21, 1997
. pianist ivo pogorelich. pianist ivo pogorelich (EEvoh poh-goh-REHL-ich)made a huge impression on audiences around the world

47. Pogorelich Sagt Tournee Ab
Translate this page Kultur / Medien, pogorelich sagt Tournee ab Bonn - Der pianist ivo pogorelich (45)hat wegen schwerer Erschöpfungserscheinungen weltweit Konzerte abgesagt.

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Sonnabend, 5. Juni 2004 Kultur / Medien Pogorelich sagt Tournee ab
Bonn Der Pianist Ivo Pogorelich (45) hat wegen schwerer Erschöpfungserscheinungen weltweit Konzerte abgesagt. Es sei ihm nicht möglich, seine bis Ende dieses Jahres geplante Tournee zu absolvieren, erklärte seine Agentur. Betroffen sind dabei neben Deutschland und Europa auch die USA und Japan. dpa erschienen am 12. März 2004 in Kultur / Medien Druckversion Artikel versenden zurück
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48. - Reviews - Pogorelich - Piano Concerto No 2
Piano Concerto No 2 opus 18 ivo pogorelich, piano Czech 20 June 2003 Pirate RecordingMr pogorelich has lost minefield, you already know that the pianist is un

49. - Reviews - Pogorelich - Piano Concerto No 2 - Second Opinion
Piano Concerto No 2 opus 18 ivo pogorelich, piano Czech Philharmonic Manfred HoneckBad sustained element in this performance is that the pianist plays much

50. S.P.A. - Bringing The World's Best | 2004 - 2005 Music Series
pm, Jones Hall For more than 20 years, ivo pogorelich has enthralled He (pogorelich)played each Thursday, December 2, 2004 8 pm Jones Hall pianist Emanuel Ax
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Ivo Pogorelich, piano
Wednesday, October 13, 2004 8 pm, Jones Hall
For more than 20 years, Ivo Pogorelich has enthralled audiences in the greatest concert halls all across the globe. Fans and critics rave about his stunning interpretations of the music, even going so far as to compare his performances to those of the original composers. On October 13, he will offer up his extraordinary talent for your pleasure, filling Jones Hall with the powerful notes of Beethoven, Rachmaninov, Liszt and others. The works of these masters come alive at his fingertips. Enjoy.
He was a whole orchestra. He was playing two hundred years ahead of
Lang Lang, piano
Friday, November 19, 2004 8 pm
This charismatic artist/entertainer is known the world over for capturing audiences with his bravado on the ivories. And the music world adores him. Maazel, Tilson Thomas, Dutoit and Eschenbach, the list of conductors Lang Lang has performed with reads like a who's who of today's music giants. The rooms he's played include London's Royal Albert Hall, Carnegie Hall, the Berlin Philharmonie and the Vienna Konzerthaus, just to name a few.

51. History Of Hala TIVOLI
pogorelich also a guest in Tivoli. Nonbasketball events in 1994 in Tivoli were likewisewell attended - a famous Croatian pianist ivo pogorelich attracted four
Year of basketball: European Cup finally in Tivoli
Tivoli always provided home for basketball and its favourite sons: basketball players of Olimpija. They celebrated their biggest success that year: winning European Cup. That was only a peak of exquisite basketball year.
Basketball players of Olimpija at the european top
European basketball future also in tivoli, …

We do not mean that only the basketball players of Olimpija that later in Europe confirmed their value for a couple of times, but also 2nd European Championship of young basketball players up to 22 years, played successfully in Tivoli, Postojna and Maribor in July. The final match was won by Belorusija after a victory over Italy. Unfortunately, Slovenian basketball players disappointed a little bit with 8th place. At least Boris Gorenc, who was then a member of Olimpija, won a title of the best player on the championship.
…, Where NBA was a guest!
In summer, a rich basketball happening in Ljubljana's sports park was rounded up by a visit of Scottie Pippen, a famous star of NBA team Chicago Bulls. Pippen has along with the opening of outdoor court demonstrated slam dunking over a group of volunteers (President of Republic of Slovenia was even amongst them). However, hearts of "slam dunk" admirers were won by Marko Milic several years ago, when he successfully dunked over a car.
World known pianist Pogorelich also a guest in Tivoli
Non-basketball events in 1994 in Tivoli were likewise well attended - a famous Croatian pianist Ivo Pogorelich attracted four thousand spectators into the hall.

52. Reviews In June 1996
ivo pogorelich, known for his quirkiness and unpredictability may not approve of pogorelich sponderous approach in effort from both the pianist and production
Reviews in June 1996
American Piano Classics Leroy Anderson - Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in C major George Gershwin - Second Rhapsody for Piano and Orchestra Louis Moreau Gottschalk - Grand Tarantelle Euday Bowman - 12 th Street Rag Scott Joplin - The Entertainer, Maple Leaf Rag Morton Gould - Interplay (American Concertette for Piano and Orchestra) Stewart Goodyear / William Tritt / Cincinnati Pops Orchestra / Erich Kunzel (Telarc CD 80112) Leroy Anderson is probably most famous for his symphonic lollipops like Sleigh Ride Blue Tango and The Typewriter . In this recording, which features the world premiere recording of his only piano concerto, we are treated to another side of this famous American composer. Ambitious and big-scale, the concerto is brisk, charming and very easy to listen to. The tunes evoke images of the American frontier and the work is generally straightforward. Slow, touching and poignant is the second movement which basks initially in nostalgia and then leads to a more catchy and upbeat rhythm. The last movement is very American and folksy, comfortable and unthreatening. Goodyear, who plays this, is competent but unassuming in his approach. Some might find him a little too reticent and inconspicuous. Nevertheless, this is a worthwhile addition to a collection, especially since it's the only version around. Gershwin's great Second Rhapsody, which has been all but overshadowed by its predecessor, is flawed in parts but curiously satisfying. It is less jazzy than the Rhapsody in Blue but is often more thought-provoking and is more sensuously orchestrated. The melodies are more memorable and there is somehow more ambience, more of that mysterious Gershwin magic. Apparently, Gershwin was quite pleased with the results himself, calling it the best thing he had written in many respects, such as orchestration and form. Again, I find Goodyear a little too recessed although that is probably good for this work.

53. Miami Piano Festival > Press Releases 2000
Intriguingly, ivo pogorelich, who gave a dismaying performance in But where pogorelichwent on to become selfindulgent, artistically bizarre pianist in history
Sun Sentinel by Tim Smith
Music Writer Pianist in his 20s shows feel for music
As the harmonic center of Freddy Kempf's piano recital Tuesday evening descended - C minor to B minor to -B-flat minor - the volume and interpretive intensity kept rising. By the end of the program, which opened the third annual Miami Festival of Discovery, it was easy to understand why there is considerable buzz about this young artist. Kempf, a Londoner just into his 20's experienced a kind of publicity generating godsend when he failed to win the 1998 Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow (he placed third), much to the displeasure of the public and press. As compensation, the pianist became an instant star, with recitals and TV appearances galore in Russia. Intriguingly, Ivo Pogorelich, who gave a dismaying performance in West Palm Beach earlier this month, went through something similar when he was eliminated from the 1980 Chopin Competition in Warsaw. But where Pogorelich went on to become possibly the most self-indulgent, artistically bizarre pianist in history, Kempf gives every indication of being a sensible, distinctive musician.

54. Miami Piano Festival > Kemal Gekic Review, San Francisco Chronicle 12.11.00
Like ivo pogorelich before him, Gekic earned his reputation by losing, rather than anda tremendous encore seemed to engage the pianist s imagination most
Pianist Gekic Makes Unforgettable Debut The other pianists of the younger generation will simply have to move over to make room for Kemal Gekic. The Croatian-born artist, now 38, offered his underheralded and often incendiary San Francisco recital debut Saturday evening at the Herbst Theatre, under the auspices of Four Seasons Concerts; his is a name and talent to remember. The ponytail and casual outfit suggested a contemporary sensibility, but make no mistake: This is a virtuoso of the old school. Like Ivo Pogorelich before him, Gekic earned his reputation by losing, rather than winning, a prestigious competition in his case, two, the Chopin International in Warsaw in 1985 and the Montreal International in 1988. His recordings are still few, though a live Yugoslavian recital on VAI Audio and his contribution to Naxos' continuing Liszt project are worth exploring. Saturday's recital, at which one spotted none of this community's impresarial movers and shakers, impressed to a point. Manner rather than matter was the prevailing aesthetic for the evening, yet it was very much a manner that compels the listener. Range of repertoire did, however, present a problem: Gekic declined to perform any works later than Schumann, and even those were not top-rank.

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56. Hutton093099
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Colorful pianist makes debut with CSO
By Mary Ellyn Hutton, Post music writer Pianist Ivo Pogorelich, who vaulted to fame in 1980 by not winning the Warsaw International Chopin Competition, makes his debut with the Cincinnati Symphony at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday at Music Hall. He will perform Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 2. Note that this is not the ''Rach 3'' popularized in the David Helfgott film ''Shine,'' but its even more Tchaikovskian sibling. Tall and darkly handsome, with a kind of bad-boy rock-star image, Pogorelich, 40, polarizes listeners with his idiosyncratic interpretations. Where some have found ''perversity,'' others have found ''magic.'' Famed pianist Martha Argerich, a judge at the Warsaw Competition, resigned in protest after he was eliminated in the final round. One of the best-selling classical recording artists, the Yugoslav-born Pogorelich is also deeply involved in humanitarian causes, many on behalf of his native country (a native of Belgrade, he is half Serb, half Croat). He is the only classical artist ever to have been named an Ambassador of Good Will by UNESCO. Also on the program, to be conducted by music director Jesus Lopez-Cobos, is the Symphony No. 3 by Edward Elgar, as completed by British composer/musicologist Anthony Payne. Left unfinished at Elgar's death, the passionate late-romantic symphony was premiered in London in 1998.

57. MusicalOnline: Pianists
prize of ivo pogorelich International Piano Competition. Choi, Janny Nicolas ConstantinouIntroductory, Biographical, contact Cooperstock, Andrew - pianist.
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- The Grand Prize Winner of 1999 International Web Concert Hall Competition and the first prize of Ivo Pogorelich International Piano Competition.
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Introductory, Biographical, contact
Cooperstock, Andrew
- Pianist. Winner of the National Federation of Music Clubs Competition. He is Associate Professor of Piano at the University of Oklahoma. Crawshaw, Sandra Dick, James Dowling Richard Lara Downes - has attracted attention as one of the most exciting and communicative young pianists of today's generation, cited by critics for her "breathtaking virtuosity" and "penetrating, sensitive accounts of classical and romantic repertoire". Find out about Lara's concert tours, recordings, news and reviews! Will Duchon Erlendsdottir, Edda

58. Verzeichnis Internationaler Top-Pianisten
Translate this page João Plagge, Rolf Pludermacher, Georges Ponti, Michael pogorelich, ivo Pressler,Menahem Sind Sie pianist und erfüllen eines der oben genannten Kriterien, so
In nachstehender Aufstellung aufgeführte Top-Pianisten sind international bekannte Interpreten aus verschiedenen Ländern und Erdteilen. Die Auswahl ist noch nicht vollständig. Pianisten, die hier aufgeführt sind, erfüllen mindestens ein Kriterium:
  • internationale Reputation, Konzerttätigkeit in mehreren Ländern Professor an einer Musikhochschule oder -universität International bekannte Nachwuchstalente (Preisträger)
Top-Pianisten mit eigener Homepage: Top-Pianisten: A - G H - O P - Z Achucarro, Joaquin
Ahn, Heesok
Alber-Noack, Konrad
Alvares, Paulo
Ara, Ken
Arens, Rolf-Dieter
Ardakov, Alexander
Ashkenazy, Vladimir
Ashkenazy, Vovka

59. Pianist
(under construction) pianist, Year,Nationality, Note. Mikhail Pletnev, 1957, Russia, ivo pogorelich, 1958-, Yugoslavia,
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60. Christian Zacharias - Pianist And Conductor
ivo pogorelich avait enregistrés (DG), excepté le Kk.
Presentation Discography Diary Press ... Festival Tibor Varga / Exhibition
Diapason, mai 2003
CD Scarlatti MDG 340 1162-2 Par Etienne Moreau
Trois CD de sonates pour Emi (sans compter un microsillon encore partiellement inédit), un disque expérimental consacré à la seule Sonate K 55 dans vingt interprétations différentes, un film remarquable tourné à Séville sur les traces du compositeur... Christian Zacharias est infatigable dès qu'il s'agit de Scarlatti, et l'on n'attendait pas moins de lui qu'il continue de nous faire partager son amour de celui qu'il semble placer, à l'image de ce qu'avait fait Horowitz en son temps, dans un monde à part.
Ce nouveau recueil continue donc l'exploration d'un univers où les harmonies et les mélodies échappent plus que jamais aux canons de leur époque et finissent par devenir un langage propre, sans cesse renouvelé, d'un modernisme étonnant. Choisies plus pour leurs qualités expressives que pour leur virtuosité, ces quatorze sonates relativement peu connues (exception faite des K 450, 69, 518 et 519) permettent à Zacharias d'insister autant sur les idiomes de cette langue musicale que sur sa capacité à traduire une infinité de sentiments.
Souvent organisées par paires (mais pas systématiquement), elles se répondent, se synchronisent, s'organisent et communiquent entre elles avec un naturel surprenant, sans qu'à aucun moment on puisse y voir un quelconque artifice esthétisant. Cette organisation ne nuit en rien aux effets d'imitation ou d'écho, à la précision ou à l'intégrité des rythmes, à la vivacité ou à l'abandon des mélodies, à la douceur ou à l'âpreté des sonorités, que le pianiste allemand sait traduire comme personne. Wanderer avant l'heure, ce Scarlatti semble marcher, solitaire, sur les chemins menant de l'Italie à l'Espagne, du baroque au classique. Une vision infiniment précieuse et émouvante.

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