sábado, 17 de junio de 2017


“She is a revolutionary with a brilliant technique, someone who goes against the grain, no punk of the classical scene but not entirely refined either, an artist who tells stories with her hands,” MDR declared when Kateryna Titova’s debut recording of works by Rachmaninoff was released by Sony Classical in 2009.
A native of the Ukraine, Kateryna Titova has won first or second prizes at twenty international piano competitions, notably the 2002 Alicia de Larrocha Competition in Andorra, the 2004 International Russian Music Piano Competition in San José, California, the 2005 Anton G. Rubinstein Piano Competition in Dresden, the 2008 James Mottram International Piano Competition in Manchester and the 2013 Spanish Composers International Piano Competition in Madrid.

“Fantasy – it is only given to human beings: the ability to create images in the mind which do not exist in reality.
Without imagination there would be neither creativity nor progress, no art and no love! ” Kateryna Titova –
her new recording with the title “… quasi una fantasia” including Beethoven’s “Moonlight” Sonata and other works by Mendelssohn, Skrjabin and Vorísek will be released in April 2017 at the label GWK.

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