Les pianistes is a group of ardent Hong Kong pianists who have been working with one another for years. The gathering and consolidation of the group are based on one common ideal: to break the invisible barrier of the so-called canon of the piano literature by sharing music which is rarely performed, seldom heard, not frequently recorded, newly written, miserably overlooked and neglected in oblivion, etc., in scrupulously and creatively organized live concerts.
Though only founded in 2012, members of Les pianistes have started this unique musical practice since long ago and critical acclaims have been yielded on these pianists for bringing not less than this illuminous list of composers, namely Godowsky, Blancafort, Bortkiewicz, Medtner, Mompou, Ropartz, Alexandrov, Ponce, Gnattali, Mignone, Guastavino, Earl Wild, de Severac, Vladigerov, Jongen, etc. to light in the relatively conservative musical environment in Hong Kong. We also promote the music of such living composers (with some of whom we even have personal contacts) as Alexander Rosenblatt, Vyacheslav Gryaznov, Kyoko Yamamoto, Nikolai Kapustin, Marcela Fiorillo, Federico Ruiz, to name but a few, extensively.
With the launch of this blog, we are happy to present some of our best live recordings or home-made recordings either from our concerts or from various private occasions. We would also like to introduce interesting and highly recommendable recordings, music, scores, in other words, any fascinating stuff about music, from the unique perspective of Les pianistes, here.
Saturday, December 19, 2015
Dear friends and music lovers,
You are cordially invited to another two pianos recital and the very first performance in 2016 by Les piainistes. We will bring you fabulous piano music from the Eastern Europe and South America. Hope to see all of you and your friends in the recital hall !
Details are as followed,
23 Jan 2016 7:30pm
Parsons Music Recital Hall
Parsons Music, 14/F
Tower 1, Times Square
RSVP necessary to firstname.lastname@example.org
Participating Pianists: Ada Wong, Edmund Chum, Eugene Tse, Frederic Koon, Lawrenza Lau, Phoenic Poon, Sandy Ho