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Composer: Stroppa, Marco (b. 1959)

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Year of birth1959
NationalityItaly
PeriodContemporary
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DonaueschingenPascal Rophé & SWR Symphonieorchester

Fedele, Bang, Petraškevičs, Stroppa
SWR Symphony Orchestra; Pascal Rophé; Michele Marelli; IRCAM

ViennaIl Giardino Armonico / Kopatchinskaja / Antonini

Vivaldi, Francesconi, Movio, Scelsi, Cattaneo, Stroppa, Sollima
Il giardino armonico; Giovanni Antonini; Patricia Kopatchinskaja

HamburgIl Giardino Armonico / Giovanni Antonini

Vivaldi, Francesconi, Movio, Scelsi, Cattaneo, Stroppa, Sollima
Il giardino armonico; Giovanni Antonini; Patricia Kopatchinskaja

ParisSignes, jeux et messages...

Kurtág, Sitzia, Stroppa, Debussy
Soloists from the Ensemble Intercontemporain
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Illuminating Pianism: The Liszt Project 1- Pierre-Laurent Aimard at Queen Elizabeth Hall

Pierre-Laurent Aimard  ©  Marco Borggreve

French pianist Pierre-Laurent Aimard gave the first of two concerts at London’s Queen Elizabeth Hall to celebrate Franz Liszt’s bicentenary, and to coincide with the release of his ambitious recording, The Liszt Project.

In an inventive and impeccably performed programme, Aimard placed works by Liszt alongside music by Bartok, contemporary composer Marco Stroppa, Ravel and Messiaen to demonstrate Liszt’s profound and lasting influence, and as a way of blurring the borders between one style and another. Connections were made not just musically, but also thematically and metaphorically in a spell-binding concert of intense concentration and illuminating pianism.

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Mitreißendes Kammerkonzert bei Salzburg Contemporary

Antoine Tamestit, Mark Simpson und Pierre-Laurent Aimard © Marco Borelli | Salzburger Festspiele
Eine Österreischische Erstaufführung, Kurtág, Schumann, dramaturgische Logik und viel Musikalität wurden im Großen Saal der Stiftung Mozarteum mit Spannung verfolgt.
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