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Composer: Hamelin, Marc-André (b. 1961)

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Year of birth1961
NationalityCanada
PeriodContemporary
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Piano Quintet
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CologneAnna Prohaska & Igor Levit

Liszt, Shostakovich, Hamelin, Curran, Mendelssohn
Anna Prohaska; Ning Feng; Isang Enders; Igor Levit

Costa MesaDoric String Quartet and Marc-André Hamelin

Hamelin, Sibelius, Dvořák
Alex Redington; Ying Xue; Hélène Clément; John Myerscough
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Hamelin brings new insights to both obscure and famous piano works

Marc-André Hamelin © Sim Cannety-Clarke
In Schubert's B-Flat Sonata, Hamelin focused on the all-present ambiguities, on the muted shifts in coloring and harmony.
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Enterprising programme from Marc-André Hamelin

Marc-André Hamelin © Sim Canetty-Clarke
Playing of fearsome technique with fearless regard to the music's demands made for an impressive recital. 
****1
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Pianist Chi Ho Han tackles musical Alps in Ernen

Korean pianist Chi Ho Han recently gave a compelling recital of both classical and contemporary work in an alpine setting that is second to none.
****1
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Marc-André Hamelin at Carnegie Hall

Marc-André Hamelin plays Schubert, and premieres two works never before heard at Carnegie Hall: his own Barcarolle, and a Medtner sonata composed a century ago.
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Darkness visible: Marc-André Hamelin at Wigmore Hall

I have commented before about Marc-André Hamelin’s ability to tackle anything the piano repertoire can throw at him: the craggy, disparate edifice of Charles Ives’ Concord Sonata, Stockhausen’s Klavierstück IX, Villa-Lobos’ savage Rudepoema, the mannered classicism of Haydn, and the sweeping romanticism of Liszt.
*****
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