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LUKASZ KRUPINSKI IN CHOPIN COMPETITION

2015-2016

 

Recibió sus primeras lecciones a los siete años y a los 12 ingresó en el Centro Especial del Conservatorio Tchaikowsky de Moscú.  En 1976 comenzó a estudiar de manera intensiva con la renombrada pianista Aliza Kezeradze, con quien estuvo casado desde 1980 hasta su muerte en 1996.  Esta gran pianista supo transmitir a Ivo el espíritu y la materia de la escuela de Beethoven y Liszt, originada en Viena y posteriormente llevada al Conservatorio de San Petersburgo, desde finales del siglo XIX hasta comienzos del siglo XX.  

Pogorelich obtuvo el Primer Premio en el Concurso Alessandro Casagrande en Terni, Italia, en 1978, y el Primer Premio en el Concurso Internacional de Montreal en 1980.  En Octubre del mismo año participó en el Concurso Internacional Chopin en Varsovia, donde no pudo acceder a la ronda final como solista con orquesta.  Este incidente provocó que la gran pianista argentina Martha Argerich, miembro del Jurado, abandonara la sala y su puesto en el jurado, seguida por otros miembros, diciendo "él es un genio".  Este acontecimiento llamó poderosamente la atención del mundo sobre el joven pianista.

Desde su debut en el Carnegie Hall de New York en 1981, ha actuado en las más importantes salas del mundo, como solista y acompañado de las mejores orquestas como las de Berlín, Viena, Londres, Chicago, Boston, Los Angeles, New York Philharmonic, entre otras.  Sus interpretaciones magistrales confirman su talento, originalidad y su intelectualidad musical.  El New York Times dijo de él: "Toca cada nota con precisión, con sentimiento, expresividad, como si de una orquesta entera se tratase, como si estuviera tocando 200 años por delante de su tiempo".  

Ivo Pogorelich es un verdadero poeta de su instrumento.

 

He received his first piano lessons at the age of seven and went to Moscow at the age of twelve to study at the Central Special Music School and then at the Tchaikowsky Conservatory. In 1976 he began intensive studies with the renowned pianist and teacher Aliza Kezeradze, with whom he was married from 1980 until her untimely death in 1996. Mme. Kezeradze was able to transmit the spirit and matter of the school of Beethoven and Liszt, originated in Vienna and than carried through to the Conservatory of St. Petersburg, flourishing towards the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th. Century. 

Pogorelich won the first prize at the Alessandro Casagrande Competition at Terni (Italy) in 1978 and the first price at the Montreal International Music Competition in 1980.  In October of the same year he entered the International Chopin Competition in Warsaw where, when prevented from participating in the final contest as a soloist with the orchestra, a fierce controversy resulted in the renowned argentinian pianist Martha Argerich, a member of the jury, protesting and leaving the competition, joined by other members of the jury panel, with the words “He is a genius”. This event drew the attention of the whole musical world to the young pianist.

Ever since his debut recital in New York’s Carnegie Hall in 1981, Ivo Pogorelich has created a sensation with his performances in all the great concert halls throughout the world; starting in the U.S. and followed by performances on all four continents. He has received invitations to play with numerous major orchestras such as the Berlin and Vienna Philharmonic Orchestras, all the London Orchestras, the Chicago, Philadelphia, Boston, Los Angeles, New York Philharmonic Orchestras of the U.S. and major orchestras elsewhere. Wherever and whenever he plays, his stunning interpretations of the music confirm the originality of his talent and intellect. The New York Times once wrote “He played each note exactly, with such a feeling, such expression, he was an entire orchestra– it was as if he played 200 years ahead of our time”. In this spirit Ivo Pogorelich is known today as a poet of the instrument.

Ivo Pogorelich has recorded an impressive number of CD’s with Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft, with a repertory ranging from Barock to Classic, to Romantic and the music of the 20th century. The cumulative effect of this recorded material has confirmed his status which many see as being legendary. In March 2015 Deutsche Grammophon has released a single box set Pogorelich Complete Recordings with 14 extraordinary albums which has been awarded with the French Diapason d’Or.

Ivo Pogorelich is a piano poet.

 

 

 

Programa

LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN (1770/1827)
SONATA EN FA MAYOR, OP. 54
In tempo d'un menuetto
Allegretto

ROBERT SCHUMANN (1810/1856)
Toccata en Do Mayor, op. 7

CLAUDE DEBUSSY (1862/1918)
SUITE "POUR LE PIANO"
Prélude
Sarabande
Toccata

i n t e r m i s s i o n   |   P a u s a

ENRIQUE GRANADOS (1867/1916)
TRES DANZAS ESPAÑOLAS, Nº 4, 5 Y 9

SERGEI RACHMANINOV (1873/1943)
SEIS MOMENTOS MUSICALES, OP. 16
Andantino en si bemol menor
Allegretto en mi bemol menor
Andante cantabile en si menor
Presto en mi menor
Adagio sostenuto en re bemol mayor
Maestoso en Do Mayor

Fecha

Jueves, 10 de Marzo de 2016, a las 20:30 horas

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