NPR : Performance Today For Friday, April 2, 2004 . Chopin. pianist andrei gavrilov plays the Nocturne in Dflat Major, Op. 27, No.2 by Chopin. gavrilov s Chopin comes from a concert he gave in Stockholm. ». http://www.npr.org/rundowns/rundown.php?prgId=4&prgDate=2-Apr-2004
EMI Classics Red Line rate pianist with plenty of interesting points to make about the Mozart sonatas. Gramophone. Rachmaninov Preludes Moments Musicaux andrei gavrilov piano http://www.emiclassics.com/redline/rlinst.html
Classical Net - Rachmaninoff - Piano Concerto #3 who, though regarded by Rachmaninoff as the greatest pianist of the ossia cadenza(Tamás Vásáry, Ashkenazy with Ormandy and andrei gavrilov with Alexander http://www.classical.net/music/comp.lst/works/rachman/pc3.html
Extractions: Member of The Rachmaninoff Society Much of the information in this page is based on Scott Colebank's (of Prairie Village of Kansas, USA) Discography of Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 3 in D minor, op. 30 . I'm extremely grateful to Mr. Colebank for his research on the Third Concerto and his permission to allow me to create this page based on his research. Please see below for more information about Mr. Colebank's research on the Third Concerto and how you can contact The Rachmaninoff Society These views are my own and do not represent those of The Rachmaninoff Society Mr. Scott Colebank nor the National University of Singapore . Kindly send your views and comments to Kar-Gee, Tan . This is my first-ever attempt to create an HTML page and I hope to be able to improve on it in terms of contents and presentation. So, your suggestions and constructive criticism will be kindly appreciated. The Third (as it will be known for the rest of this article) was completed as a major composition which Rachmaninoff would "show off" in New York in 1909 during his first concert tour of USA. He wrote the work in the peace of his family's country estate, Ivanovka, and it was completed on 23 September 1909 (Julian Calendar).
September 21 1873 Gustav (Theodore) Holst, composer, born. 1955 andrei gavrilov, pianist,born. Back I am your Guide, From Apply Now, Your Guide to Classical Music. http://classicalmusic.about.com/library/history/blsep21.htm
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Angel Records Best Chopin Etudes Ever Reviewer JD from Oxford, UK andrei gavrilov may have allbut gavrilov has always been a hypersensitive pianist, and this is http://www.angelrecords.com/detail.asp?ContributorID=4473&UPCCode=724357450225
Selected Links The pianist andrei gavrilov attests to Richters influence on a whole generationof musicians Richter is not simply a great school but a kind of http://www.saunalahti.fi/wpoet/links.htm
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Extractions: Vladimir Ashkenazy In Moscow - Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Andrei Gavrilov (VHS) In 1989 celebrated pianist Vladimir Ashkenazy returned to the Soviet Union for the first time in 26 years accompanied by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, with Andrei Gavrilov on piano. This programme follows his visit. Works include: Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 4 in F minor Op.36 and Rachmaninov: Piano Concerto No.2 in C minor Op.18. More information about Vladimir Ashkenazy In Moscow - Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Andrei Gavrilov (VHS) Suggestions: Futureworld (VHS) [Futureworld]
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Extractions: John Ogdon (1937 - 1989) featured as " Artist of the Week " February 2nd 2004 The John Ogdon Prize Winner Announced 27th April 2004 Application Form and Notes Press Release 2004 Annual Piano Prize - Winner Martin Sturfalt.... Martin Sturfalt - 2004 Prize Winner "To win the John Ogdon Prize is first of all a great honour to me as a pianist. The award will mean a lot to me as it will enable me to stay in London for another year and have the opportunity to continue studying at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama at the same time as keeping up my contacts in Sweden and elsewhere." Martin Sturfalt, congratulated by Jury Panel Chairman, Sir Ernest Hall, OBE DL [Biography] [Piano Prize Finalists 2004 Photographs] The Winning Repertoire Overture from French Overture BWV831 J S Bach Impromptu in G-flat Major op.90 F Schubert (D.899) no. 3, Andante Etudes-tableaux op. 39 no. 2 in A Minor S Rachmaninov Lento assai and no. 9 in D Major Allegro moderato, tempo di marcia
Extractions: The 48 Preludes and Fugues are played by 4 different pianists, introduced with a short conversation from that pianist. Seen in different halls and other setting with varying degres of lighting - shot at a multitude of times, this is truly a must-own DVD for Classical music fans. I get more enjoyment and playing time out of this disc than almost all in my collection. A kind of euphoria overtakes you when you are listening - one that can only be described as pure. After 5 or 6 viewings I would say it is impossible for anyone not to fall in love with it. out of
Evgeny Zarafiants -Reviews- idiom can make the wintry blast of, say, andrei gavrilov or even Impressive technique,soulful expression pianist Evgeny Zarafiants gives his Cologne debut in http://www.evgeny-zarafiants.com/review-e.htm
Extractions: I first heard Evgeny Zarafiants as a jury member of the 1993 Ivo Pogorelich Competition in Los Angeles , where he was awarded joint-second prize. Those of us who were present at that strange and unforgettable occasion have remained haunted over the intervening years by his exceptional artistry. So how gratifying to find that this Naxos album, volume 1 of what promises to be a complete cycle of the Scriabin Preludes, not only confirms that first and indelible impression, but takes us beyond into a world of the most searching and impeccable pianism and musicianship . Indeed, such a flawless and personal distillation of Scriabin's style and idiom can make the wintry blast of, say, Andrei Gavrilov or even - dare I say it - the palpitating sense of neurosis of Horowitz in this composer, seem superficial by comparison.
Program Notes audiences by pianist John Browning, with Seiji Ozawa conducting, in January 1971;in the only subsequent performances here, in April 1996, andrei gavrilov was http://www.sfsymphony.org/templates/router.asp?callid=117&nodeid=3143
Great Pianists Of The 20th Century James Jolly zei er het volgende over While critcics may quibble over the choiceof this or that pianist, or debate the 22, andrei gavrilov, 1955, Rusland, cd 31. http://www.muzieklijstjes.nl/Greatpianists.htm
Extractions: De serie heet niet " The great pianists of the 20th century"of "Great est pianists of the 20th century" of " The great es t pianists of the 20th century" maar de titel is bewust "Great pianists of the 20th century. Proef de verschillen. Daarmee geeft samensteller Tom Deacon aan dat het een keuze is. Er hadden ook andere pianisten in de serie kunnen zitten maar hij volstaat met deze pianisten. Het merendeel van de voorspelbare kritiek richt zich daar dan ook op. Maar elke keus is dubieus en elke criticus wil in zijn stukje aangeven dat hij niet van de straat is door andere namen te noemen.
Extractions: On the evening of Saturday Oct. 27 Argerich was in her demoness phase. She seemed distressed, as if performing under duress, and made faces on the two occasions when she flubbed notes. It was one of those concerts where her former husband, conductor Charles Dutoit, had to encourage and cajole her from the podium, then try to keep up with her when she bolted from the gate like a racehorse. Of course, Argerich is always worth hearing, even when moody. Her Tchaikovsky was a titanic, momentous effort which her dark, slightly loony virtuosity made especially gripping. Argerich played loud and fast, attacking the keyboard with the broad strokes of a sculptor shaping a raw block of marble. Yet there were also flashes of detailed whimsy: her solo passage in the first movement was syncopated, almost jazzy. And she played the whole concerto at dizzying speed, as if to prove she still has the chops. The Prestissimo was about as fast as a human can play while still maintaining clarity and articulation. The orchestra struggled to keep up with the divas rapid tempi and unpredictable rubato. They framed her fireworks nicely, but made little statement of their own.