Buniatishvili admits that her admiration for Georgian folk music sometimes influences her interpretations of the great piano masterworks.
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Classical - Released March 10, 2017 | Sony Classical
Classical - Released February 5, 2016 | Sony Classical
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This is not exactly an easy program offered up to us by diabolical Georgian pianist Khatia Buniatishvili (* 1987): Pictures at an Exhibition by Mussorgsky, Ravel's La Valse and the Three movements from Petrushka by Stravinsky - three of the biggest and fiercest works of the piano repertoire. After her Liszt and Chopin albums, the new album shows that young and spirited musician has a bright future, even though her career has already seen her appear on some of the world's brightest stages, with orchestras of the highest order. To compar her to a young Martha Argerich is not far from the truth... It is up to the listener to decide whether he/she wishes to be led astray into extreme extraordinary sounds, rhythms and rubato, all of which are embraced by Buniatishvili, but it is clear that her charm, power and persuasion are most compelling. © SM / Qobuz
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