Chopin: Piano Works (Live) Marcin Wieczorek
- Frédéric Chopin (1810 - 1849):
- 1Chopin: Étude in C Major, Op. 10 No. 1, B. 59 (Live)02:01
- 2Chopin: Ballade No. 1 in G Minor, Op. 23, B. 66 (Live)09:23
- 3Chopin: Nocturne in E Major, Op. 62 No. 2, B. 161 (Live)05:41
- Mazurkas Op. 56, B. 153:
- 4Chopin: Mazurkas Op. 56, B. 153: No. 1 in B Major (Live)04:13
- 5Chopin: Mazurkas Op. 56, B. 153: No. 2 in C Major (Live)01:27
- 6Chopin: Mazurkas Op. 56, B. 153: No. 3 in C Minor (Live)05:27
- Frédéric Chopin:
- 7Chopin: Scherzo No. 1 in B Minor, Op. 20, B. 65 (Live)10:19
- Waltzes, Op. 34:
- 8Chopin: Waltzes, Op. 34: No. 1 in A-Flat Major, B. 94 (Live)05:13
- 9Chopin: Waltzes, Op. 34: No. 2 in A Minor, B. 64 (Live)05:13
- 10Chopin: Waltzes, Op. 34: No. 3 in F Major, B. 118 (Live)02:16
- Frédéric Chopin:
- 11Chopin: Scherzo No. 2 in B-Flat Minor, Op. 31, B. 111 (Live)10:10
Info for Chopin: Piano Works (Live)
The Aevea Piano Prize (APP) is an innovative International Piano & Chamber Music Competition, founded by the Associazione Culturale Aevea and supported by OnClassical. The purpose of the competition is to promote selected participants through relevant performance opportunities and worldwide distribution of their hi-fi recordings.
The competition takes place at the prestigious 'Sala Maffeiana' in Verona, nearby the Arena. This hall was the oldes Music Academy in Europe, and it is also noted for having hosted performances of 13-year-old Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in 1770.
The live performances, here recorded as HD studiomaster files, took place during the second Aevea Piano Prize (November 2020) and were recorded by producer and engineer Alessandro Simonetto by using 8 (eight) Bru¨el & Kjaeer and Neumann microphones (onclassical.com/app/). These recordings are part of the Aevea prize, and their sale are important in order to support future editions of the competition.
Marcin Wieczorek, piano
Born on 12 July 1996. He is a student of Stefan Wojtas at Bydgoszcz Music Academy, having previously studied with Ewa Pobłocka and Paweł Wakarecy. He has won many prizes in international piano competitions, including first prize in the ‘La Palma d’Oro’ in Italy (2019) and first prize in the Rzeszów International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition (2014). In 2018 he won a competition at Indiana University for performances of works with orchestra. He has performed in concerts and festivals in Europe and the United States, at the Auer Hall of Indiana University in Bloomington, Ganz Hall of Roosevelt University in Chicago, NOSPR Hall in Katowice, and the philharmonic halls of Warsaw, Łódź and Pomerania.
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