The Russian piano marvel Olga Pashchenko and the Belgian orchestra il Gardellino are embarking upon an exciting and promising partnership here at AMUZ: a recording of all Mozart’s piano concertos. In the autumn of 2020, they would have performed live for you, but COVID-19 decided otherwise. Instead of a live concert open to the public, two concerts have been recorded. From Saturday 12th December you can listen to Piano Concerto no. 9 in E flat major, KV 271, which Mozart wrote in his youth for the gifted pianist Victoire Jenamy. From Saturday 19th December you will hear the clear and light-footed Piano Concerto no. 17 in G, KV 453 from 1784. Thanks to her versatility, fabulous technique and passionate playing, Pashchenko is one of the most exciting pianists of today’s generation.
Piano Concerto no. 9 in E flat major, KV 271 | W.A. Mozart: Piano Concerto n. 17 in G major, KV 453
Olga Pashchenko, fortepiano
Joanna Huszcza, Rossella Croce, Jacek Kurzydło, Madoka Nakamaru, Julie Rivest, violin 1
Laura Andriani, Lilia Slavny, Michiyo Kondo, Marleen Vandaele, violin 2
Raquel Massadas, Kaat De Cock, Amaryllis Bartholomeus, viola
Ira Givol, Phyllis Bartholomeus, cello
Love Persson, double bass
Jan De Winne, flute
Marcel Ponseele, Lidewei De Sterck, oboe
Eyal Street, Jean-François Carlier, bassoon
Bart Aerbeydt, Mark Demerlier, horn
Piano Concerto no. 9 was available online until 11 January 2021 and now online on Evil Penguin TV.
Piano Concerto n. 17 was available online until 18 January 2021and now online on Evil Penguin TV.
In Partnership with Il Gardellino & MotorMusic