Piano Recital Claire Huangci — Zurich, 2015-02-10

Claire Huangci played the Scarlatti sonatas without interruption, and without repeats — this way, she formed a single piece where it was hard for the listener to recognize transitions from one sonata to the next. It’s an interesting idea…


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Yulianna Avdeeva — Baden/CH, 2014-03-08

(…) Yulianna’s playing was excellent! She is very virtuosic and very expressive! Where the tempo permits, she is nearly as clear in the articulation as Steven Hough — but she is way more expressive; unlike Volodos, she follows the score; she is not overpowering the music like Volodos, but has more agility than her Russian colleague (and avoids his unnecessary additions, I should say), she is often almost as fast and eruptive as Cziffra in the virtuosic octave passages, but in general keeps her articulation under control…


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Chopin: Etudes op.25, Sonata #2, Préludes (Diary 2012-11-22)

Chopin: 12 Etudes op.25 — Ashkenazy, Pollini, Sokolov, Avdeeva; Chopin: Sonata No.2 in B♭ minor, op.35 — Argerich, Askenase, Avdeeva, Pollini; Chopin: 24 Préludes, op.28 — Askenase, Pollini, Barenboim, Argerich, Sokolov, Avdeeva


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