- Michael Rische (Piano)
Notes & Reviews:
Michael Rische has been very much at home in the biggest concert halls both nationally and internationally, and has worked with conductors like Sylvain Cambreling, Gerd Albrecht, Yuri Simonow, Christoph Poppen, Grant Llewellyn, and many more. His numerous CDs have given him international acclaim, especially in his interpretations of Bach, Beethoven, Debussy, and Ravel. Since his discovery of the Erwin Schulhoff and George Antheil piano concertos (world premiere in London May 2001), Rische has put an entire musical style back into the limelight: the music of the 1920s, in which classical music and jazz came together.
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Bach: Goldberg Variations / Dershavina
Feinberg: Piano Concerto no 1 Op. 20, etc / Sirodeau, Segerstam, Helsinki PO
A Soprano Portrait - Mozart / Elena Mosuc, Camil Marinescu, Iasi Moldova PO
The Sibelius Edition Vol 4 - Piano Music / Gräsbeck, Pöysti
Singin' Sepia - Tania León / Starobin, Ruzicka, et al
Music for Joyful Occasions - Alwyn, Lambert, Schuller / DePaul University Wind Ensemble
Works DetailsBeethoven, Ludwig van : Concerto for Piano no 3 in C minor, Op. 37
- Performer: Michael Rische (Piano)
- Conductor: Marcus Bosch
- Notes: Jesus-Christus-Kirche Berlin-Dahlem; Deutschlandradio Kultur (02/22/2005-02/24/2005)
- Running Time: 31 min. 3 sec.
- Period Time: Classical
- Form: Concerto
- Written: 1800-1803