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Performer: Piotr Anderszewski

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LondonGardiner's Schumann

Schumann
London Symphony Orchestra; Sir John Eliot Gardiner; Piotr Anderszewski

BerlinBelcea Quartett 2 / Piotr Anderszewski

Schubert, Britten, Shostakovich
Belcea Quartet; Piotr Anderszewski

LondonBelcea Quartet and Piotr

Belcea Quartet and Piotr
Haydn, Janáček, Shostakovich
Belcea Quartet; Piotr Anderszewski

ViennaKlavierabend Piotr Anderszewski

Bach, Webern, Beethoven
Piotr Anderszewski, Piano

ViennaBelcea Quartet / Anderszewski

Beethoven, Shostakovich
Piotr Anderszewski; Belcea Quartet; Corina Belcea-Fisher; Axel Schacher
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Hrůša on the verge of greatness?

Jakub Hrůša © V Krsul
How do you prepare a new production at a major opera house, then stroll across the Thames to lead a fine and distinctive Mahler Five? 
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Belcea Quartet excels in Britten and Shostakovich

The Belcea Quartet and Jörg Widmann © Sam Murray-Sutton
Britten and Shostakovich were great friends, so it was appropriate that both composers were represented in the Belcea Quartet's two recitals on the opening weekend of the 70th Aldeburgh Festival. 
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COE and Piotr Anderszewski in Frankfurt

Piotr Anderszewski © MG de Saint-Venant
Piotr Anderszewski played and conducted Mozart and Beethoven concertos with the Chamber Orchestra of Europe plus pieces by Bartók and Janáček. An ideal partnership and fine performances.
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A haunting sound world: Piotr Anderszewski at Wigmore Hall

Piotr Anderszewski © K Miura
In a concert celebrating 25 years since his Wigmore Hall debut, Polish pianist Piotr Anderszewski presented a programme of music with which he is most at home – works by Bach, Schumann and Szymanowski
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Panufnik and Strauss celebrated by Pappano and the LSO

Piotr Anderszewski © MG de Saint Venant | Virgin Classics
This was a clever and enjoyable concert built around anniversaries – Panufnik at 100 and Richard Strauss at the grand old age of 150. Despite the two composers being miles apart in approach and style the structures of their two pieces, a single movement building to central climax, were revealed as being similar.
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