On her first PENTATONE album, Tamara Stefanovich presents a highly personal selection of solo works by Bach, Bartók, Ives and Messiaen. “Influences” shows how these extraordinarily original and idiosyncratic composers let themselves be inspired by the exterior world, thereby demonstrating how authenticity comes from looking outside as well as inside.
György Kurtág's recording of his Complete Works for Ensemble And Choir, on which Tamara Stefanovich is playing Kurtág's Piano Concerto ...quasi una fantasia... as well as his Double Concerto has won the Edison Klassiek Award 2018! Read more here.
György Kurtág's recording of his Complete Works for Ensemble And Choir, on which Tamara Stefanovich is playing Kurtág's Piano Concerto ...quasi una fantasia... as well as his Double Concerto has been nominated for a Grammy in the category Best Classical Compendium!
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Tamara is the soloist in this new recording of Kurtágs Piano Concerto ...quasi una fantasia... as well as his double concerto, where she is joined by Asko|Schönberg and conductor Reinbert de Leeuw.
György and Márta Kurtág have been extensively consulting the musicians throughout the recording process and specifically authorized the result, which make this recording very special for all Kurtág fans and those who want to get to know him better.
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Tamara's recording of Salvatore Sciarrino's work Un'immagine di arpocrate for piano and orchestra with choir (1974-1997) on texts from Faust (J.W. von Goethe) and Tractatus logico-philosophicus (Ludwig Wittgenstein) together with the Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks under the baton of Susanna Mällki, has been published on the Bestenliste der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik
On May 14, Tamara participiated in the very first Musicians4UnitedEurope Fundraising Concert alongside Pierre-Laurent Aimard at the Radialsystem Berlin.
Stefanovich will embark upon a tour of the United States performing recitals at Cornell University, Ithaca (4 November) and in Bellingham (15 November). From 7 to 13 November she will also be involved in masterclasses, recitals and lectures as part of the Portland Piano International festival ‘The Clearing’, which she co-founded and curates.