Erotisk Performer: Khatia Buniatishvili | Bachtrack Pics
Soporific Schubert, but peak Liszt from Khatia Buniatishvili. Mark Pullinger01 Apr. It Khatia Buniatishvili Beach there was a "recital of two halves", then this was it, with a leaden Sonata in B flat major Khatia Buniatishvili Beach by blazing Liszt at the Barbican. Prom Paavo Järvi flies the flag for Estonia. Mark Pullinger13 Aug. Flamboyant Liszt, bold Brahms from Khatia Buniatishvili. Mark Pullinger09 May.
Famed for her Liszt, the Georgian pianist also impressed Britbuk weighty, dignified Brahms in her International Piano Series recital. Bruckner's Seventh in Los Angeles. Néstor Castiglione14 Dec. MTT delivered a Bruckner Seventh equal parts lyricism and dramatic power, while guest soloist Khatia Buniatishvili beguiled with her graceful Mozart.
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On this, the th anniversary of the birth of Hungarian composer Franz Liszt, we have an album calculated to make a splash. And why not? Khatia Buniatishvili, a year-old from Tbilisi, is a self-styled Romantic as well, evidenced here by her thematic selection and arrangement of material to suit her Faustian concept of beauty and innocence, temptation and worldly acclaim, and the artistic quest for perfection and immortality — as personified all in one, one in all by Marguerite, Mephisto, and Faust. The DVD that accompanies this recording — described as a film poem and also a Faustian dream — is something of an arty hallucination with Buniatishvili in all three roles. For any pianist it is a challenging work that plummets and soars, grows dim and becomes din, and one needs to listen, listen, listen. And even paying close attention is not enough; one needs to delve into it over and over in an attempt to ferret out its shape and its density. Buniatishvili certainly conveys this.