Classical Archives is thrilled and honored to present this exclusive interview with pianist Jean-Efflam Bavouzet, one of the brightest stars in classical music today. M. Bavouzet and Barry Lenson, Editor-in-Chief of Classical Archives, enjoyed a most lively and informative conversation that we invite you to enjoy.
Classical Archives Interviews Flutist András Adorján on the Genesis of His New Doppler Discoveries CD from Farao Classics
Have you heard music composed by Franz Doppler and his brother Carl? If not, we predict that the music composed by these two important composers will soon become part of your regular listening. And now, you can explore their works on Doppler Discoveries, a new recording from Farao Classics. The stellar performers are flutist András Adorján and pianist Emmanuel Pahud.
We are pleased to commend Klaudia Kudelko to your attention. She is an emerging artist we look forward to hearing more in the years to come.
Violinist Doori Na Wants to Tell the World about an Overlooked Masterpiece by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor
Thanks to Doori Na, we can share this wonderful piece with you. We share his hope that one day, this ravishing piece will become known to many more people.
Bellini’s opera Norma was first performed on December 26, 1831, at La Scala in Milan. The libretto, by Felice Romani, was based on Norma, ou l’infanticide (“Norma, or the infanticide”), a play by Alexandre Soumet. Norma has since become one of the most beloved and...
One of the things I love about classical music is how the pieces are so much longer than popular music. Because it’s longer, there’s more chance to develop the themes and build more complex forms.