Piotr Anderszewski It has become one of the most outstanding pianists of his generation, thanks to his extraordinary talent and dedication with which cares for his repertoire. Next month he presented in November Cycle Great Performers Foundation Scherzo works of his favorite composers, those to which you have developed a great artistic affinity. It is Bach and two musicians who have become his specialty, Chopin Y Mozart, who dedicated his latest album. Anderszewski will perform at the Auditorio Nacional de Madrid The next Tuesday 7 of November, to 19:30 hours.
Anderszewski (Warsaw, 1969) It is considered today as one of the most unique musicians current scene. Thus, usually it is acting in concert halls leading worldwide. In recent seasons he has been through Vienna Konzerthaus, Zurich Tonhalle, New York's Carnegie Hall or the Southbank Center in London. Among his collaborations with orchestras include appearances with the Berlin Philharmonic and Berlin Staatskapelle, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra, Philadelphia Orchestra y Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. He has also given several concerts directing from the piano to groups such as the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Sinfonia Varsovia o German Chamber Philharmonic Bremen.
In addition to being recognized for his performances of the German repertoire - his name is linked to the Diabelli variations, opus 120, The Ludwig van Beethoven, the pianist has been equally acclaimed for its approach to the work of other artists like Szymanowski, Janacek about Chopin. his album (nominated for a Grammy) the works of Bach Partitas 1, 3 Y 6 and his extensive discography includes a recording of works for piano composed by Szymanowski, which he was awarded in the Gramophone Awards 2006 as the best instrumental album.
A recording of works by Robert Schumann also received an ECHO Klassik prize 2011 and two awards from the music magazine BBC 2012, including the coveted appointment as 'Record of the Year'. One of his latest albums, English Suites Nos. 1, 3 Y 5, Bach, He received another award ECHO Klassik, and another Gramophone in 2015. His most recent work is a recording dedicated to Mozart and Schumann which went on sale last February. It is an exclusive artist of Warner Classics / Erato (anteriormente Virgin Classics) Since the year 2000. Anderszewski has also been honored with the Gilmore prize is awarded every four years pianists with exceptional talent.
Anderszewski's extraordinary skill of this musician has become the object of several productions by filmmaker Bruno Monsaingeon, author of documentaries about other great pianists of history as Yehudi Menuhin, Glenn Gould O Sviatoslav Richter. Among his films are Piotr Anderszewski plays the Diabelli Variations (2001) Y Piotr Anderszewski, Voyageur intranquille (2008). The first of these documentary explores the special relationship between the pianist and work of Beethoven; while the second provides a portrait of Anderszewski and collects his thoughts on music, his performances and his Hungarian-Polish roots. A third film by Monsaingeon, Anderszewski Plays Schumann, It was made for Polish television and released in 2010.
During the season 16/17, Anderszewski appeared with the Berlin Staatskapelle and Daniel Barenboim, Chamber Orchestra of Europe y Vladimir Jurowski (twice). He gave recitals at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées in Paris, Zurich Tonhalle and Carnegie Hall. Camera collaborations included a European tour with violinist Nikolaj Znaider.
This season the pianist will appear next to the Vienna Philharmonic, the Budapest Festival Orchestra and the Orchester de Paris. Recital format can be heard at the Symphony Center in Chicago, the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam and in London Barbican Center. During spring 2018 It plans to resume its cooperation with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, in which he plays and conducts from the piano, for a European tour.
With this recital the Scherzo Foundation faces the final stretch of his 22nd season. After Piotr Anderszewski concert (7 of November), will close the cycle Andras Schiff (28 of November).
PROGRAM TUESDAY 7 NOVEMBER 2017
National Music Auditorium, 19:30 hours
Check In 25 euros (young input 10 euros)
- A. MOZART
Fantasy in smaller k 475
From minor Sonata 457
Polonaise-Fantasy in A flat major op 61
Tres on Mazurkas 56
Tres Mazurkas op.59
- S. BACH
English Suite No. 3 in G minor BWV 808