1. PARIS, exposition Frédéric Chopin au musée de la vie romantique (juillet 2010)


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    PARIS, exposition Frédéric Chopin au musée de la vie romantique (juillet 2010). Reportage vidéo © CLASSIQUENEWS.TV

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    • Nocturnes ( Malandain / Chopin )


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      musique Frédéric Chopin chorégraphie Thierry Malandain conception lumière Jean-Claude Asquié  réalisation costumes Karine Prins    coproduction Teatro Victoria Eugenia Donostia / San Sebastián - Ballet T, Opéra de Reims, CCN Malandain Ballet Biarritz créé le 8 novembre 2014 au Teatro Victoria Eugenia de San Sebastián dans le cadre du projet Ballet T, première française le 15 novembre 2014 à l'Opéra de Reims Malandain Ballet Biarritz Biarritz 2014

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      • Mephisto Waltz, Franz Liszt, Félix Ardanaz


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        FÉLIX ARDANAZ: www.felixardanaz.com Having garnered international prizes and performed to great acclaim on many of the world’s most important stages (Carnegie Hall, Wigmore Hall, Palau de la Música, Salle Pleyel, Salle Cortot, Unesco, Euskalduna, Kursaal, Caixa Forum, Auditorium Príncipe Felipe, etc.), Spanish pianist and conductor Félix Ardanaz (25) has become one of the most sought-after musicians in his home country and abroad. In May 2014, he obtained the first prize at the “Brahdshaw and Buono Piano Competition” in New York and consequently offered a solo recital in the Carnegie Hall. In July 2013, at the Great International Piano Competition in France, Ardanaz was awarded (by unanimous vote) the First Prize as well as the Audience Prize. Previously, he won first prizes at the following international competitions: Paris-Ile de France (First Prize, by unanimous decision, in 2011 and 2012), Barcelona (Eugènia Verdet), the Rome Award and Val Tidone. Ardanaz was also presented with the Critics Award in 2012 for his piano recital at the Palau de la Musica Concert Hall in Barcelona. For many years, Ardanaz has pursued a dual career as a concert pianist and as an orchestral conductor. In addition to numerous solo piano recitals across Europe, he has collaborated with a number of national orchestras in Spain, including the Basque National Orchestra, Bilbao, Asturias, Extremadura, and La Rioja orchestras. In November of 2007, he appeared as the soloist, under the baton of José Luis Estellés, in the world premiere (and subsequent recording for the Musikene label) of Charles Bordes's “Rhapsodie basque pour piano et orchestra,” a new work inspired by popular Basque folk melodies. These and other performances have been broadcast on Radio France, RNE (Spanish National Radio), and Catalunya Clásica (the Catalan Radio). Recent engagements include the performance as soloist in the Piano Concerto nº1 by Tchaikovsky with the Basque National Orchestra as well as an appearance at the Wigmore Hall in London and Carnegie Hall in New York. In 2009, Ardanaz recorded his first solo CD, “Hymn to Light”, with the label Verso, one of Spain’s most important recording companies in the field of classical music. This project included works by Scarlatti, Beethoven, Brahms, Chopin, Liszt, Ravel and Albéniz. Two new albums were recently released through the label “Orpheus”: an all-Liszt CD, which included the titanic Sonata in B minor, Mazeppa and Mephisto Waltz; and another CD dedicated to the French Harpsichord School, with pieces by Couperin, Rameau, Forqueray, De la Guerre and Marchand. Education Ardanaz began his musical studies in Spain with Elvira Guarás and Begoña Axpe. Further studies at the Higher School of Music of the Basque Country consisted of lessons with Gustavo Díaz Jerez (piano), Enrique García-Asensio, and Manel Valdivieso (conducting). He took specialized courses in contemporary piano music with Daniel del Pino and harpsichord with Loreto Fernández Imaz. A passion for romantic music, and especially for Chopin, brought Ardanaz to the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw, where he studied with Jerzy Sterczynski (piano), Kristina Makowska (chamber music), and Tomasz Bugaj (orchestral conducting). Next, he continued in Paris, at the “École Normale de Musique Alfred Cortot de Paris” where his mentors included pianists Bruno Rigutto, Guigla Katsarava and Loudmila Berlinskaia. The educational chapter of his life concluded at the Royal Academy of Music in London where he eared a Masters Degree under the guidance of Pascal Nemirovski. He has attended many masterclasses with distinguished pianists and pedagogues: Brigitte Engerer, Jean-Fraçois Heisser, Michel Béroff, Joaquín Soriano, Josep Colom, Guillermo González, Solomon Mikowsky, Michel Dalberto, Prisca Benoît, Denis Pascal, Cristopher Elton, Norma Fischer, Marina Pintos, and Maciej Pikuslki. One of the greatest highlights of Ardanaz's career was the privilege to study with Alicia de Larrocha (considered by many to have been the greatest Spanish pianist), making Mr. Ardanaz one of her last pupils.

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        • Prelude Op. 28 No. 4 in E minor, Frédéric Chopin


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          Frédéric Chopin "Suffocation" Prelude Op. 28 No. 4 in E minor performed by Peter Calvache All excess and tastelessness is to be treated ironically.

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          • Frédéric Chopin - Prélude in D flat Major Op. 28 No 15 - "Raindrop" Prelude


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            Tomasz Trzciński - Piano http://pianoexplorations.com Frédéric Chopin - Prélude in D flat Major Op. 28 No 15 ("Raindrop" Prelude) Fryderyk Chopin - Preludium Des Dur Op. 28 No 15 "Deszczowe" Foto & Video - Tomasz Trzciński, 2014 https://www.facebook.com/tomasztrzcinski1974 Chopin's Raindrops Prelude

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            • Frédéric Chopin - Prélude in E - minor Op. 28 No 4


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              Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tomasztrzcinski1974 Tomasz Trzciński - Piano http://pianoexplorations.com Foto & Video - Qualityinmusic.com, 2014 Frédéric Chopin - Prélude in E - minor Op. 28 No 4 Fryderyk Chopin - Preludium e - moll Op. 28 No 4

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              • Walter Fleischmann plays Frédéric Chopin Fantasie f-moll op.49


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                Interpret: Walter Fleischmann http://members.aon.at/walter.fleischmann/

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                • "Raindrop" Prelude Op. 28 No. 15 in D flat Major, Frédéric Chopin


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                  Frédéric Chopin "Raindrop" Prelude Op. 28 No. 15 in D flat Major performed and recorded by Peter Calvache under very poor conditions. All excess and tastelessness is to be treated ironically.

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                  • Lev Vinocour: Frédéric Chopin - 27 Études


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                    Russian pianist Lev Vinocour plays 27 Études by Frédéric Chopin. Lev Vinocour returned to the original sources. His recording is based on Chopin's original manuscripts and - if not available - on the 1932 critical edition pubished by the Oxford University Press.

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                    • Chopin: Cello Sonata in G minor


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                      Ensemble ad Infinitum Cello Recital . Kalap Wong . Stephen Hung [Part 4] Frédéric Chopin: Sonata for piano and cello in G minor, op.65 Stephen Hung, piano Kalap Wong, cello August 16, 2014 Recital Hall, the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts http://www.claying.net/studio/20140816.html

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