Polish pianist born in 1969, launched his career at Wigmore Hall in 1991 to critical acclaim. Awards include Szymanowski Prize, Diapason d’Or. CDs on Virgin Classics label.
|Piotr Anderszewski||Dec. 4, 2005|
Born in 1969 to Polish-Hungarian parents, Mr. Anderszewski began playing the piano at age six and studied at the Lyon and Strasbourg conservatories, the University of Southern California, and the Chopin Academy in Warsaw. He launched his international career at London’s Wigmore Hall in 1991 with a recital featuring Beethoven’s Diabelli Variations, and his distinctive interpretations and commanding technique have continued to attract the attention of critics and audiences world-wide. He appears with major orchestras around the world, and in recital at such top venues as Carnegie Hall, London’s Queen Elizabeth Hall, and Viennna’s Musikverein, as well as at all the most prestigious summer festivals. His first disc won the Polish Critics’ Prize and his recording of the Diabelli Variations earned both a Diapason d’Or and le Choc du Monde de la Musique. Among many high profile awards, he holds the Szymanowski Prize (1999), and the Royal Philharmonic Society’s Best Instrumentalist Award.
|MOZART||Fantasia in C minor, K. 475 (1785)|
|Adagio - Allegro - Andantino - Più allegro - Tempo I|
|Sonata in C minor, K. 457 (1784)|
|SZYMANOWSKI||Métopes, Opus 29 (1915)|
|L'Île des Sirènes|
|CHOPIN||3 Mazurkas, Opus 59 (1845)|
|1. in A minor: Moderato|
|2. in A flat major: Allegretto|
|3. in F sharp minor: Vivace|
|J.S. BACH||English Suite No. 6 in D minor, BWV 811
|Sarabande & Double|
|Gavotte I & II|