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Concertos - Released May 5, 2021 | Víctor Celis Padrón

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Concertos - Released May 1, 2021 | Musica Novantiqua

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Concertos - Released April 23, 2021 | Audax Records

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Concertos - Released April 7, 2021 | Altair

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Concertos - Released March 26, 2021 | Alpha

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Aaron Pilsan is only twenty-five years old, but he already has a busy career to his credit, with a solo album devoted to Beethovenand Schubert - very well received by the critics - and another of duo repertory with the cellist Kian Soltani. A student of Lars Vogt, he has also received guidance from András Schiff - Bach has always been at the centre of their work together. The young Austrian pianist has been fascinated since childhood by The Well-Tempered Clavier, "that musical journey on which Bach embarks with us in Book One: from the seemingly simple and joyful triad of the famous Prelude in C major to the final fugue, of a complexity almost worthy of Schoenberg, on a subject that already includes the twelve semitones of the chromatic scale... Ever since I became interested in Bach’s music, I have never ceased to ask myself how to make the modern grand piano - which has a rich fundamental sound but a reduced volume of harmonics compared to the harpsichord - produce an essentially “well-tempered” impression on the listener... But for me it was not a question of instrumental history, but of interpretation". © Alpha Classics
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Keyboard Concertos - Released March 23, 2021 | Piano Selections Switzerland

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Concertos - Released March 21, 2021 | Spring Music

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Keyboard Concertos - Released March 17, 2021 | Altair

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Concertos - Released March 12, 2021 | Orquesta de Cámara de Valdivia

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Keyboard Concertos - Released March 9, 2021 | Altair

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Concertos - Released March 1, 2021 | William Maxwell

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Concertos - Released March 1, 2021 | Jake Welsh

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Concertos - Released February 16, 2021 | PAVLIK RECORDS

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Concertos - Released February 15, 2021 | BCM&D

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Concertos - Released February 12, 2021 | Alpha

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Riga-born Ksenija Sidorova is today one of the most eminent global ambassadors of the classical accordion. She has proudly borne the colours of her instrument in appearances in the world’s leading halls and with the foremost orchestras. Here she pays homage to Piazzolla in her own way: ‘Piazzolla the revolutionary, the ground-breaker, a man thinking ahead of his time ... Playing this repertoire gave me a sense of artistic freedom and ignited my belief in advocacy of my instrument. For this album, I wanted to celebrate Piazzolla the innovator by pairing some his masterworks with pieces written by other composers for classical accordion, the majority of which I have premiered in recent years. Being of Russian heritage, I couldn’t help noticing the similarity between the nostalgia of the tango and that of Russian composer Sergey Voitenko’s "Revelation". French accordionist-composer Franck Angelis’s Fantasia is based on Piazzolla’s Waltz-tango, and the programme is completed by the Nocturne of Italian accordionist-composer Pietro Roffi and a piece by Sergey Akhunov’. © Alpha Classics
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Concertos - Released February 12, 2021 | Berlin Classics

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Concertos - Released February 12, 2021 | Tempéraments - Radio France

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Concertos - Released February 10, 2021 | Soul B Music

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Concertos - Released February 9, 2021 | TICO Classics