Langue disponible : anglaisPianist Herbert Schuch is noted for unusual thematic programs that attract concert audiences and recording buyers alike. He has performed across Europe, the U.S., and Japan. Schuch was born in Timisoara, Romania, in 1979 and took up the piano there as a child. He also studied the violin for ten years. In 1988, he moved with his family to Germany. Schuch attended the Mozarteum in Salzburg, studying piano with Karl-Heinz Kämmerling, and he was heavily influenced by later lessons with pianist Alfred Brendel. His early career was given impetus by wins at three major competitions in the same year (2005): the Casagrande Competition, the London International Piano Competition, and the International Beethoven Competition in Vienna. Schuch has played concertos with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, the NHK Symphony Orchestra, and the Camerata Salzburg, among other top groups. He has been a frequent guest at seasonal events such as the Salzburg Festival, the Heidelberger Frühling, and the Ruhr Piano Festival. Especially noteworthy are Schuch's thematic solo recitals such as Invocation, made up of works by Bach, Liszt, Messiaen, Murail, and Ravel, that evoke the sounds of bells. He performed the program at the Salzburg Festival, the Frauenkirche in Dresden, and the Berlin Philharmonie, among other venues. He is also an enthusiastic chamber player who toured in 2017 with violinist Julia Fischer and cellist Daniel Müller-Schott. Schuch recorded the Invocation program in 2014 for the Naïve label. That marked a move from Oehms Classics, where he began his recording career in 2005 with an album featuring Ravel's Miroirs and Schumann's Kreisleriana. He recorded seven albums for that label, anthologized in 2015 as The Oehms Classics Recordings. After that, Schuch also recorded for CAvi-Music, Orfeo, and Berlin Classics before signing with Sony Classical and releasing the album Beethoven's World, containing little-known works by Salieri, Hummel, and Vorisek in 2020.
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Tout cet album est placé sous la thématique de l’invocation, de l'appel des cloches, de Bach à Tristan Murail, en passant par Messiaen et Ravel (La Vallée des cloches) mais, curieusement, en évitant la musique de Rachmaninov, dans laquelle les cloches sont pourtant omniprésentes et inspiratrices de presque toute son oeuvre. Il en résulte un disque grave, un vrai projet, intime et complètement fascinant. FH
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