James W. Iman Plays Schoenberg, Boulez, Webern, Amy is the first ZeD Classics release of the young American pianist who specializes on contemporary music.
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After a critically acclaimed first Beethoven album featuring the sonatas opp. 27 and 28, Pierre-Arnaud Dablemont will go on recording the complete cycle of Beethoven’s Piano Sonatas. The whole cycle should be completed by 2025.
ZeD Classics is proud to unveil the cover art and tracklist of James’ upcoming album!
Pianist Pierre-Arnaud Dablemont has released Pierre-Arnaud Dablemont plays Bach, his third album, on ZeD Classics. The album features some of the most celebrated keyboard works, the toccata in E minor, the first partita in B-flat Major and the sixth partita in E minor. “This album is the result of a long exploration of Bach works on a modern piano”, says pianist Pierre-Arnaud Dablemont.
Pierre-Arnaud Dablemont and ZeD have just released a new interview for “Pierre-Arnaud Dablemont plays Bach” featuring Romain Zémiri and Pierre-Arnaud.
Pierre-Arnaud Dablemont and ZeD have just released a music video teaser for “Pierre-Arnaud Dablemont plays Bach” featuring the Praeludium of the first partita, one of the tracks of Dablemont’s album.
Pierre-Arnaud Dablemont plays Bach is the first ZeD Classics release of the young French pianist, who sees it as a return to the roots of modern keyboard music.
On February 15, 2016, pianist Pierre-Arnaud Dablemont will release Pierre-Arnaud Dablemont plays Bach, his third album, on ZeD Classics. The record follows Dablemont’s two first acclaimed albums Introducing Pierre-Arnaud Dablemont (2012) and Beethoven opp. 27 & 28 (2014). “This album is the result of a long exploration of Bach works on a modern piano”, says pianist Pierre-Arnaud Dablemont.
Pianist Pierre-Arnaud Dablemont releases his first Beethoven recording with an album containing three pivotal sonatas by Ludwig van Beethoven – the two Op. 27 sonatas labelled “Quasi una fantasia” in E flat major and C sharp minor (including the “Moonlight” sonata) and the Op. 28 sonata in D major (“Pastoral”).
The idea of pairing up Janáček and Ravel for a whole program has been following Dablemont for many years. Albeit difficult to put into practice within the framework of a live performance, this idea was perfectly fitting a solo recording project. Ravel and Janáček have always been part of the pianist’s core repertoire and a French-Czech program is perfectly reflecting the influence of cross-cultural diversity on his education and personality.