Music at Meyer / Gilead Mishory In Concert
Gilead Mishory, piano
"Dido and Aeneas"
Giuseppe Tartini: Violin Sonata g-minor "Didone abbandonata" (The abandoned Dido), arranged for piano solo by GM (1st and 3rd Movements)
Gilead Mishory: "To Aeneas: you. Nocturne" (commissioned by the Intl. Piano Competition Bremen. First US-performance)
Muzio Clementi: Sonata Op. 50/3 in g-minor "Didone abbandonata" (3rd and 4th movements)
Olivier Messiaen (1908-1992):
Cloches d'angoisse et larmes d'adieu (Bells of anxiety and tears of farewell) (1928)
Tristan Murail (born 1947):
Cloches d'adieu et un sourire (Bells of farewell and a smile) (1992)
Gilead Mishory (born 1960):
Cloches de joie et larmes de rire (Bells of joy and tears of laughter) (2006)
Claude Debussy: "Préludes": a selection from books I and II
Les sons et les parfums tounent dans l'air du soir (sounds and scents floating in the evening's air)
La sérénade interrompue (the interrupted serenade)
La puerte del vino (the wine's gate)
voiles (vails; sails)
La fille aux cheveux du lin (the girl with the flax-hair)
Général Lavine eccentric
Feux d'artifice (fireworks)
Gilead Mishory was born in 1960 in Jerusalem and studied at the Rubin Academy. On the recommendation of Alfred Brendel he completed his studies with Gerhard Oppitz in Munich and with Hans Leygraf in Salzburg at the 'Mozarteum'.
He performs solo, with orchestras and with renowned chamber music partners in Europe, the United States, Japan, Korea and Israel. His extremely wide ranging repertoire includes all musical styles with a special emphasis on the music of the 20th and 21st centuries.
Gilead Mishory is the first pianist to have recorded the complete piano works and chamber music with piano by Leos Janácek. Other CDs with works by Haydn, Brahms, Bartók, his own compositions and numerous radio-recordings received instant critical acclaim. Enthusiastic reviews of the press describe him as a 'magician of sound', a 'technically perfect poet of the piano' and a 'pianist with a sense of sound, charm and esprit'.
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