Christian Thielemann

Christian Thielemann

Thursday, October 16, 2014

Lukas Geniušas plays Frédéric Chopin - Part I (Audio video)

Ο λιθουανικής καταγωγής Ρώσος πιανίστας Lukas Geniušas, εκτός από το δεύτερο βραβείο (το οποίο μοιράστηκε με τον Αυστριακό πιανίστα Ingolf Wunder) στον 16ο Διεθνή Διαγωνισμό Πιάνου "Frédéric Chopin", στη Βαρσοβία, τον Οκτώβριο του 2010, κέρδισε επίσης το ειδικό βραβείο για την ερμηνεία του στην Πολωνέζα σε Φα δίεση ελάσσονα, έργο 44 του Σοπέν.

Ο Lukas Geniušas γεννήθηκε στη Μόσχα την 1η Ιουλίου 1990. Άρχισε να μελετά πιάνο στην ηλικία των πέντε, ενώ το 1996 ξεκίνησε σπουδές στο Frederic Chopin College of Music Performing στη Μόσχα. Στο Κρατικό Ωδείο της Μόσχας σπούδασε πιάνο με καθηγήτριά του τη Vera Gornostayeva. Το 2004 έλαβε την υποτροφία του Ιδρύματος Mstislav Rostropovich. Από το 1996, όταν έπαιξε για πρώτη φορά μπροστά σε κοινό, έχει εμφανιστεί ως σολίστ στις καλύτερες αίθουσες στη Ρωσία, την Πολωνία, τη Σουηδία, τη Γερμανία, τη Γαλλία, την Ελβετία, τη Λιθουανία και την Αυστρία.

Αφιέρωμα στον Φρεντερίκ Σοπέν • Tribute to Frédéric Chopin
165η επέτειος από το θάνατό του – 165th anniversary of his death



Frédéric Chopin
(1η Μαρτίου 1810 – 17 Οκτωβρίου 1849 • March 1, 1810 – October 17, 1849)

LUKAS GENIUŠAS plays FREDERIC CHOPIN

Part I

1. Étude in A flat major, Op.25 No.1
2. Étude in F minor, Op.25 No.2
3. Étude in F major, Op.25 No.3
4. Étude in A minor, Op.25 No.4
5. Étude in E minor, Op.25 No.5
6. Étude in G sharp minor, Op.25 No.6
7. Étude in C sharp minor, Op.25 No.7
8. Étude in D flat major, Op.25 No.8
9. Étude in G flat major, Op.25 No.9
10. Étude in B minor, Op.25 No.10
11. Étude in A minor, Op.25 No.11
12. Étude in C minor, Op.25 No.12
13. Barcarolle, Op.60
14. Fantasy in F minor, Op.49
15. Polonaise-Fantasy in A flat major, Op.61
16. Ballade in G minor, Op.23

Lukas Geniušas, piano

16th International Frederic Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw, Poland, October 2010

2nd Prize, The Prize for The Best Performance of The Polonaise in F sharp minor, Op.44

(HD 1080p - Audio video)

Born in Moscow in 1990, Lukas Geniušas started piano studies at the age of 5 at the preparatory department of F. Chopin Music College in Moscow, going on to graduate with top honours in 2008.

He was born into a family of musicians which played a major role in Lukas’ swift musical development. His grandmother, Vera Gornostaeva, the prominent teacher and professor at the Moscow Conservatory, became his first mentor. This culminated in Lukas winning the Silver medal at the Chopin International Piano Competition in 2010 and, in 2012; Lukas was nominated and became the recipient of the German Piano Award in Frankfurt am Main

He has appeared with numerous orchestras including the Hamburg Symphony, Duisburg Symphony, BBC Scottish Symphony, St Petersburg Philharmonic, Kremerata Baltica, Katowice Radio and Warsaw Philharmonic. He has also collaborated with conductors such as Yuri Temirkanov, Andrey Boreyko, Saulius Sondeckis, Dmitry Sitkovetsky, Antoni Wit, Roman Kofman and Dmitry Liss amongst others. His international career has already seen him perform at venues throughout the world, as well as at a number of prestigious festivals including the Rheingau, Ruhr and Lockenhaus Music Festivals. Highlights of the 2014-15 season include concerts with the Trondheim Symphony Orchestra, Brandenburgisches Staatsorchester Frankfurt and a return to the Festival de la Roque d’Anthéron. In recital, he will appear at the Auditorium du Louvre in Paris and makes his London debut at the Wigmore Hall as well as giving recitals in Russia & South America.

His musical interests are extensive and he explores a wide range of repertoire, from Baroque right up to works by contemporary composers. His repertoire spans from Beethoven Piano Concerti through to Hindemith’s ‘Ludus Tonalis’ Cycle, as well as a strong interest in Russian repertoire such as Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninov.

Lukas is an avid chamber music performer. He is an extremely inquisitive performer and enjoys working on new works by modern composers, as well as resurrecting rarely performed repertoire.

At the age of 15, he was awarded a federal grant ‘Young Talents’ from the Russian Federation and two years later was awarded the ‘Gifted Youth of 21st Century’ grant. He has since received many accolades and awards in recognition of his talent.




















See also / Δείτε επίσης

Frédéric Chopin: Polonaises – Rafal Blechacz (Audio video)

Sergio Tiempo plays Frédéric Chopin (Audio video)

Benjamin Grosvenor plays Frédéric Chopin (Audio video)

Frédéric Chopin: Études - Jan Lisiecki (Audio video)

Frédéric Chopin: 19 Nocturnes – Arthur Rubinstein (Download 44.1kHz/16bit)

Frédéric Chopin: 24 Préludes, Op.28 – Yulianna Avdeeva

Lukas Geniušas plays Frédéric Chopin - Part II (Audio video)

Frédéric Chopin: Piano Concerto No.1 in E minor – Evgeny Kissin, Zubin Mehta

Ingolf Wunder plays Frédéric Chopin – Part II (Audio video)

Ingolf Wunder plays Frédéric Chopin – Part I (Audio video)

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