Sergei Redkin

Sergei Redkin
Sergei Redkin (b. 1991), pianist – Third Prize (XV International Tchaikovsky Competition, 2015)

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

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

Ο εικοσιεννιάχρονος σήμερα, Αυστριακός πιανίστας Ingolf Wunder, εκτός από το δεύτερο βραβείο (το οποίο μοιράστηκε με τον λιθουανικής καταγωγής Ρώσο πιανίστα Lukas Geniušas) στον 16ο Διεθνή Διαγωνισμό Πιάνου "Frédéric Chopin", στη Βαρσοβία, τον Οκτώβριο του 2010, κέρδισε επίσης τα ειδικά βραβεία για την ερμηνεία του σε Κοντσέρτο (Κοντσέρτο για πιάνο αρ. 1 σε Μι ελάσσονα), όπως και για την ερμηνεία του στην Πολωνέζα-Φαντασία σε Λα ύφεση μείζονα, έργα και τα δύο του Φρεντερίκ Σοπέν.

Ο Ingolf Wunder έχει εμφανιστεί σε πολλές χώρες, τόσο σε σόλο ρεσιτάλ όσο και με ορχήστρα. Τον Ιανουάριο του 2011 υπέγραψε ως καλλιτέχνης με την Deutsche Grammophon κι από τότε έχει ήδη ηχογραφήσει τρεις δίσκους.

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)

INGOLF WUNDER plays FREDERIC CHOPIN

Part I

1. Ballade in F minor, Op.52
2. Nocturne in B major, Op.9 No.3
3. Impromptu in G flat major, Op.51
4. Scherzo in E major, Op.54
5. Waltz in A flat major, Op.34 No.1
6. Mazurka in G minor, Op.24 No.1
7. Mazurka in C major, Op.24 No.2
8. Mazurka in A flat major, Op.24 No.3
9. Mazurka in B flat minor, Op.24 No.4
10. Andante spianato in E flat major, Op.22
11. Grande Polonaise Brillante in E flat major, Op.22
12. Rondo a la Mazur in F major, Op.5
13. Bolero in A minor, Op.19

Ingolf Wunder, piano

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

2nd Prize, The Prize for The Best Performance of The Polonaise-Fantasy Op.61, The Prize for The Best Performance of a Concerto

(HD 1080p - Audio video)


Successful at the 2010 Warsaw International Chopin Competition, Ingolf Wunder showed how excellently he plays works by the great Polish composer. The young Austrian won not only the second prize but also several special prizes and the audience award at the legendary piano competition. The jury’s decision led to an intensive public debate, heightening awareness worldwide.

Born in Klagenfurt in 1985, Ingolf Wunder had his first music lessons at the age of four. He began on the violin and had reached a high level of proficiency when, at the age of 14, his extraordinary talent for the piano was discovered by a teacher who urged him to dedicate himself to the keyboard instrument. Shortly thereafter he made his highly successful debut at the Schubertsaal of the Vienna Konzerthaus. After studying at the conservatories of Klagenfurt and Linz, he graduated from Vienna’s Universität für Musik und Darstellende Kunst. He is currently continuing his studies in Vienna under the guidance of the 1955 Warsaw Competition winner Adam Harasiewicz.

Ingolf Wunder, who had previously won the top prize at several other competitions – among them Turin (European Music), Hamburg (Steinway), Feldkirch (“Prima la musica”), Asti (Concours Musical de France), Casarza (“VI Trofeo Internazionale”) and Budapest (Liszt) – has already performed throughout the world, including Argentina, Austria, Belgium, China, Cyprus, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Switzerland and the USA.

Ingolf Wunder began 2011, along with the other 2010 Warsaw Competition prize-winners, with a highly successful tour of Japan with the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra under Antoni Wit – followed by Chopin recitals in St. Petersburg, Barboursville (Virginia) and Vancouver. This year’s further plans include appearances in the most important Polish concert halls like Warsaw, Kraków and Gdansk and in Tel Aviv, Vienna (Konzerthaus), Düsseldorf (Ruhr Piano Festival), Eisenstadt (Esterházy Palace), Hamburg, Berlin, Oslo, Ankara, Zurich and Basel.

In January 2011 he signed as an artist with Deutsche Grammophon. He has released three albums to date.















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)

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

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

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

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