The performer and the programme are changing
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Instead of originally denounced Denis Kozhukhin will perform at the concert on April 4, 2019, pianist Federico Colli. He will play Piano Concerto in B minor of P. I. Tchaikovsky.
Programme (April 4, 2019, at 7 pm, House of Culture of Ostrava)
Pyotr I. Tchaikovsky
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 1 B-flat minor, Op. 23
The Miraculous Mandarin, suite from the ballet, Op. 19
Biography of Federico Colli
“His beautifully light touch and lyrical grace make the music shine.” (The Daily Telegraph)
He has also performed with renowned Orchestras including the Mariinsky, St Petersburg Philharmonic, Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della RAI, Royal Scottish National, RTÉ National Symphony, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, London Philharmonia, Vienna Chamber, Klassische Philharmonie Bonn, Polish National Radio Symphony, Philharmonie Zuidnederland, Sinfonica di Milano G. Verdi, National Philharmonic of Ukraine, Filarmonica de la UNAM, Sinfônica Brasileira, Orchestra dell’Arena di Verona, Royal Philharmonic, Opera North and BBC Symphony, working with esteemed Conductors including Valery Gergiev, Heribert Beissel, Vasily Petrenko, Juraj Valčuha, Thomas Søndergård, Alan Buribayev, Jasper Kaspszyk, Ed Spanjaard, Roman Kofman, Alpesh Chauhan, Yuri Temirkanov, Joji Hattori, Andrew Nethsinga, Pier Carlo Orizio, Umberto Benedetti Michelangeli, Neil Thomson, Vladimir Ashkenazy, Marios Papadopoulos, Case Scaglione, Kees Bakels, John Neschling, Timothy Brock, Yuki Miyagi and Sakari Oramo.
His solo CD produced by Champs Hill Records, featuring works by Beethoven, Scriabin, and Mussorgsky, was released with great critical acclaim. He is now recording for Chandos Records, with whom he has released a much appreciated first album entirely dedicated to Scarlatti. “We seem to be listening to music unraveling and Colli’s delicacy at such points is miraculous.” (The Times)
He has been sharing the stage with Lang Lang, Martha Argerich, Nelson Freire, and Leonidas Kavakos, also appearing as cover star on the magazines Suonare News, Pianist, and Harmonie. Some of his concerts have been broadcast by Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk (MDR), BBC Radio3, Rai Radio3, Deutschlandfunk, Polish Radio2, and RTÉ Lyric FM.
2019 starts with the release of the second CD produced by Chandos Records, with works by Bach and Bach-Busoni. Performances with orchestra include concerts with the Orchestra Sinfonica Siciliana (Evgeny Bushkov, Beethoven 3), Stamford Symphony Orchestra (Vladimir Kulenovic, Tchaikovsky 1), Hamburger Symphoniker (Ion Marin, Grieg Piano Concerto- Laeiszhalle Hamburg) and Philharmonia Orchestra (Andrew Nethsinga, Rachmaninov 2- London Royal Festival Hall). Then, solo recitals are scheduled at the Kumho Art Hall in Seoul, Amsterdam Royal Concertgebouw, and Berlin Konzerthaus. In addition, the much-awaited CD entirely dedicated to the Scarlatti’s Sonatas Vol. 2 is made by Chandos Records.
Born in Brescia in 1988, he has been studying at the Milan Conservatory, Imola International Piano Academy and Salzburg Mozarteum, under the guidance of Sergio Marangoni, Konstantin Bogino, Boris Petrushansky, and Pavel Gililov. He received the “Grosso d’argento” as a prize for the international prestige given to his hometown, and the Music Section of the UK Critics’ Circle included him among the recipients of its 2018 Awards.