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Le saxophone caméléon de Carl-Emmanuel Fisbach

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Resmusica CEF-Bache et Hindemith

Très belle critique de l’album Bach & Hindemith du Duo Azar paru dans ResMusica.com! Merci à Michèle Tosi.

“Saxophoniste virtuose, attaché à la musique d’aujourd’hui, Carl-Emmanuel Fisbach n’entend pas se priver des œuvres du répertoire, éprouvant ici les capacités de son instrument dans cinq transcriptions où les Sonates de Bach alternent avec celles d’Hindemith”

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Bach & Hindemith

Bach & Hindemith

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Zones | Lillian Gordis

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Lillian Gordis …. Voici une  du clavecin ! article ResMusica

“Les interprétations de la jeune artiste envoûtent aussi bien par leur fraîcheur que par leur poésie. D’une respiration naturelle, elles sont chantantes et dionysiaques. Qu’importe le ton froid des graves du clavecin, elles sont chauffées à blanc par l’animation et le sens du panache.”

Encore une très belle critique de la part de ResMusica.com pour l’album Zones de Lillian Gordis. Merci à Maciej Chiżyński.

 

 

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ZONES | Domenico Scarlatti

ZONES | Domenico Scarlatti

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5 croches TA

Trio Atanassov | Chic à la française | 5 croches Pizzicato.lu

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Article |  Rémy Franck |  5 croches sur Pizzicato.lu

With Chic à la Française, pianist Pierre-Kaloyann Atanassov, violinist Perceval Gilles and cellist Sarah Sultan play a whole French programme taking this chic quite far. It begins with the still romantic Debussy trio, an early work. The overall very passionate Ravel Trio shows Hispanic influences, but has also darker sides due to the outbreak of World War I. In-between the Atanassovs play Hersant’s highly expressive and dramatic Trio sur la Sonnerie de Sainte-Geneviève-du-Mont de Marin Marais, which, despite its passion, is by no means a dark, but rather a humorous piece, performed with a lot of esprit.
In all three works the three musicians find the right tone and the right weight, with a large dynamic range that also cares for the quiet and intimate. Their playing is well balanced, the interplay perfect, so that we can hear gripping performances full of inner tension.
An interesting, contrasting programme in 1A performances, in which the chic neither becomes fashionable nor provocative, but remains honest and stylish in the service of the works. Chic with a lot of gusto!

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Chic à la française

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Prokofiev par Kristi Gjezi et Louis Lancien

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Article |  Rémy Franck |  4 croches sur Pizzicato.lu

Prokofiev’s music is characterized by their stylistic diversity, divided into four lines: the classical, the innovative, the motoric, and the lyrical-contemplative. The Second Violin Sonata shows both the classical and the lyrical lines, in the Scherzo also the motoric character. After having studied together, Kristi Gjezi and Louis Lancien now form a duo. Their very similar view of the music, especially the Russian works, inspired them to make this first joint recording. The deep mutual understanding on the musical level is easy to hear. Their performances are overall successful and contain some exciting moments.

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Prokofiev, Complete Original Works for Violon & Piano

Prokofiev, Complete Original Works for Violon & Piano

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Vanya Pesheva

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Vanya Pesheva a pianist gifted with outstanding abilities including active performing and teaching activities. Her repertoire includes a variety of styles, primarily focusing on the important piano and chamber works, always interpreted with a keen emotional reflectivity and sensitivity, combined with intense expansiveness of musical expression and spontaneity of temperament. The artistic performing activity of the pianist covers to the same extent soloist and chamber sphere of music making, keeping fully the brightness of her interpretative uniqueness both in solo concerts and in terms of her partnership in various chamber ensembles. Music critics and many distinguished performers define her as: “… a bright musician with her own interpretational view, possessing all the qualities for an artistic career – brilliant technique and performer individuality” (Prof. Zheni Zaharieva); “…a musician gifted with exceptional artistic skills, technical capabilities and impressive emotionality” (Prof. Dimo Dimov); “…very mature music making with a deep understanding of the different styles in which the player invests her talent and great virtuoso brilliance” (Musical Horizons magazine). Vanya Pesheva began her intense concert activity very early, when at the age of 9 she participated in prestigious international forum Assembly “Banner of Peace” – Sofia.

This was followed by numerous awards from national and international competitions, including: the National Competition “Svetoslav Obretenov”, the National Creative Meeting for Pianists, the International Piano Competition “Dimitar Nenov”, and the International Piano Competition “Marsala” – Italy. Vanya Pesheva graduated from the music school in the class of distinguished teacher Eleonora Karamisheva and the National Music Academy in the piano class of Prof. Marina Kapatsinskaya and chamber music with Prof. D. Kozev and Prof. Dimo Dimov. In 2000, she was invited to specialize in the master class in interpretation of Prof. Carla Giudici in Rome. In his creative path of professional development, she enjoyed a great beneficial effect from the contacts with eminent musicians such as Prof. Ventsislav Yankov (Paris, France) Prof. Marcello Abbado (Italy), Prof. Dominique Weber (Geneva, Switzerland). As a pianist, she had individual classes with them and participated in their master classes. In the period 1998-1999, she taught piano in the Music Academy in Gwangju, South Korea, while at the same time had active concert activity in Seoul, Gwangju, Anyang, etc. For many years, she taught piano in the Piano Department and in the Chamber Music Department at the National Music Academy “P. Vladigerov” – Sofia.

Vanya Pesheva has successfully given concerts as a soloist with most symphony orchestras in the country. Her active performing career includes solo and chamber recitals in Bulgaria, Italy, Spain, Macedonia, France, Switzerland, South Korea; records in the Bulgarian National Radio and participations in prestigious music festivals, including “March Music Days”, “European Music Festival”, “Salon des Arts”,” Sofia Summer”, “Golden Lyre”, the International Festivals of Chamber Music – Plovdiv and Dobrich, the International Festival “Laureate Days of Katya Popova” – Pleven and others.

In 2010, she realized and released a CD “Piano Sonatas” with works by Ludwig van Beethoven, Franz Schubert and Sergei Rachmaninoff.

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3 Aspects of Emotions

3 Aspects of Emotions