NEW ALBUM 2021

We are looking to raise funds to be able to mix, master, make art and digitally release this project...

The Album's concept:

All the album will revolve around the idea of the ''recreation'', this concept It's very similar to the one that the musician of the romantic period used to hold. In other words my goal is to present very well- known pieces in a completely different way, inspired by the playing of great pianists such as Hofmann, Rachmaninoff, Horowitz, and Friedman. A strong historical research and an aim of creativity and freedom led me to conceive this idea that I'm sure that will result in a very fresh material able to reach interest of lots of people.

This concept of ''recreation'' is the one that will unify all the ages of music in this project. This concept reaches the limits between performing and composing music, sometimes materialized in free improvisations during the cadenzas, using alternative recently discovered passages wrote by the composer (but not usually played) or looking to give to the piece a new direction (What Rachmaninoff used to do as performer). This risky mission it's what shapes the idea for this album that I hope to call ''recreations'' opening a door for that way of understanding music almost forgotten nowadays.

Franz Liszt

1 - Hungarian Rhapsody No. 6 in D-flat Major

2 - Consolation No.3 in D-flat Major

3 - Hungarian Rhapsody No.2 (Arranged by Vladimir Horowitz) in C-Sharp Minor

Frederic Chopin

4 - Valse Op 64 No. 2 in C-Sharp Minor

5 - Nocturne Op 9 No. 2 in E flat major

Arvo Pärt

6 - Variations for the Healing of Arinushka

7 - Für Alina

Alexandr Scriabin

Etudes op 8 no. 11, 12

Ludwig van Beethoven

8 - Piano Sonata No. 14 in C-sharp minor

Vladimir Horowitz

9 - Variations on a ''Gypsy song'' from Bizet's Carmen


Every donor will receive the full album at it's release date...

GOAL: $10.000 USD
RAISED MONEY: $930 USD
This campaign will end in September 2021


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