- The Spheres
- 30 October 2019
- Wednesday, 7PM to 9PM
Artur Pizarro – Schumann Young and Old
Wednesday, 7PM to 9PM
30 October 2019
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Schumann Young and Old
Il ritorno del grande pianista portoghese Artur Pizarro! Artur incide il suo 10° disco con ODRADEK, dedicato alla musica di Robert Schumann. Vincitore del primo premio ai concorsi Vianna da Motta Competition, Greater Palm Beach Symphony Competition, e Leeds International Pianoforte Competition, Artur ha una carriera internazionale che lo ha portato a suonare in tutte le più grandi sale da concerto e con le orchestre più importanti del mondo.
Il suo nono disco con ODRADEK, Couleurs, con musiche di Poulenc e Koechlin, registrato insieme ai Bamberger Symfoniker diretti da Thomas Rösner, uscirà a gennaio 2020.
Allegro op 8
Bunte Blätter, Op. 99
I. Stücklein No. 1. Nicht schnell, mit Innigkeit
II. Stücklein No. 2. Sehr rasch
III. Stücklein No. 3. Frisch
IV. Albumblatt No. 1. Ziemlich langsam
V. Albumblatt No. 2. Schnell
VI. Albumblatt No. 3. Ziemlich langsam, sehr gesangvoll
VII. Albumblatt No. 4. Sehr langsam
VIII. Albumblatt No. 5. Langsam
IX. Novelette. Lebhaft
X. Präludium. Energisch
XI. March. Sehr getragen
XII. Abendmusik. Im Menuetttempo
XIII. Scherzo. Lebhaft
XIV. Geschwindmarsch. Sehr markirt
Sonata No. 1 in F-sharp minor, Op. 11
I. Un poco adagio – Allegro vivace
II. Aria: Senza passione, ma espressivo
IV. Finale: Allegro un poco maestoso
Born in Lisbon, Portugal in 1968, Artur Pizarro gave his first public performance at the age of three and made his television début on Portuguese television at the age of four. He had been introduced to the instrument by his maternal grandmother, pianist Berta da Nóbrega, and her piano-duo partner, Campos Coelho who was a student of Vianna da Motta, Ricardo Viñes and Isidor Philipp. From 1974 to 1990 Artur studied with Sequeira Costa who had also been a student of Vianna da Motta and of Mark Hamburg, Edwin Fischer, Marguerite Long and Jacques Février. This distinguished lineage immersed Artur in the tradition of the ‘Golden Age’ of pianism and gave him a broad education in both the German and French piano schools and repertoire. During a brief interruption of his studies in the USA, Artur also studied with Jorge Moyano in Lisbon, and in Paris worked with Aldo Ciccolini, Géry Moutier and Bruno Rigutto.
Artur won first prizes in the 1987 Vianna da Motta Competition, the 1988 Greater Palm Beach Symphony Competition and won first prize at the 1990 Leeds International Pianoforte Competition, which marked the beginning of an international concert career.
Artur Pizarro performs internationally in recital, chamber music and with the world’s leading orchestras and conductors including Sir Simon Rattle, Philippe Entremont, Yan Pascal Tortelier, Sir Andrew Davis, Esa-Pekka Salonen, Yuri Temirkanov, Vladimir Fedoseyev, Ilan Volkov, Franz Welser- Most, Tugan Sokhiev, Yakov Kreizberg, Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Libor Pešek, Vladimir Jurowski, Ion Marin, John Wilson and the late Sir Charles Mackerras.
Artur is an active chamber musician and has performed at chamber music festivals throughout the world. Artur Pizarro has recorded extensively for Collins Classics, Hyperion Records, Linn Records, Brilliant Classics, Klara, Naxos, Danacord, Odradek Records and Phoenix Edition.
Artur Pizarro has received various awards from his native Portugal for services to classical music and culture including the Portuguese Press Award, the Portuguese Society of Authors award, the Medal of Culture of the City of Funchal and the Medal of Cultural Merit from the Portuguese Government.
Artur Pizarro has created his private teaching studio in Oeiras, Portugal where he coaches students of various ages and levels.