OUT NOW: Solo Debut CD

With great pleasure, I would like to present my solo debut album named “QUASI FANTASIA”. The CD contains both well-known and rare treasures of classical music. It celebrates even two premieres with the sensational discovery of Mozart’s “Alla Turca” sonata AND the reconstruction of Zerline Erfurt’s “Sonata quasi Fantasia”.

I invite all of you to join me on a musical journey – “QUASI FANTASIA”.

More infos here.

That was Russia

It was my first journey to Russia, which exceeded all my expectations by far. In particular enjoyable and inspiring was the cooperation with fantastic human beings as well as musicians. With Beethoven’s Triple Concerto it became an unforgettable experience.

Yevgeny Chepovetsky (violin), Philipp Scheucher, Carola Krebs (cello), Wolfgang Kasic (A.R.A.C.A.)

HOT NEWS: Elbphilharmonie

The “Elbphilharmonie Hamburg” has quickly become one of the most important concert halls worldwide. It is a pleasure for me to play in this fantastic hall together with the amazing K&K Philharmonic Orchestra and Matthias Kendlinger. On the program: P.I. Tchaikovsky’s piano concerto No. 1.

Save the date: September 22, 2019.

With conductor Matthias Kendlinger.

Pictures at an Exhibition

Together with 600 students, it was an incredibly exciting project to “walk” through the “Picutres at an Exhibition”. We went on a journey in the onomatopoetic world of Modest Mussorgsky and experienced the most different atmospheres, places and emotions. For me personally, the most important was, to notice, how the fantastic music even today captures everybody’s heart – no matter what age.

Foto: H. Heran

On the way to South America

In April this year, another exciting adventure is awaiting me: my first time to Brazil. The concert tour will lead me through the two world-renowned centres São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, where I will play with the Rio De Janeiro Symphony orchestra among others.

Theatro Municipal in Rio de Janeiro – © Elvis Boaventura

In Japan

Classical music and especially piano music is highly appreciated in Japan. One can see this just by looking at the numbers of listeners in the concert hall. This video (click here) was recorded during my performance at the Hamamatsu International Piano Competition.

Final chord of Franz Liszt’s ”Mazeppa” in ActCity Hamamatsu.