This link takes you to the transcript of a conference held in 2000 by Giorgio Taboga: the greatest expert and connoisseur of Andrea Luchesi, who tells of his life and influences.
A recent review about Andrea Luchesi published at the beginning of November in La Prealpina, written by Luca Segalla.
Here is an article published last week in Repubblica: “A seemingly extravagant approach from these three wonderful soloists.
From today on YouTube you can listen to a piece from our Andrea Luchesi CD.
From today on YouTube you can listen to a piece taken from our CD dedicated to Antonín Dvořák (No.2 in G Minor, Op. 26 – Finale. Allegro non tanto).
A week full of news! Here we are with another release which features Pietro Mascagni, called Piano works for 2 and 4 hands (complete).
In IL GIORNO, il Resto del Carlino and LA NAZIONE you can find some interesting news about the next two releases from Concerto Classics, in collaboration with the chamber music fes
Excellent musicians give voice to the instrumental fantasies of Rossini with clarity of phrasing and clear dynamics: the pianists Marco Sollini and Salvatore Barbatano are very eff
“Music to reveal the hidden treasures of Marche: a region to be discovered.
“(…) Pieces with refined character similar to the sonatas of Scarlatti, Mozart and Haydn.
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