PRESS

 

“French pianist Bertrand Chamayou has the right pedigree for Ravel: he studied at the Paris Conservatoire, with teachers whose lineage goes straight back to the composer, and it shows in the rock-solid technique and unfussy, unwavering interpretations he brings to this collection.”

– The Guardian, February 2016

 
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“When one hears playing of such intellectual conviction paired with a singing tone of heart-breaking beauty, one has to accept that there’s no single way into Schubert.”

– Pianist
(Schubert)

 
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“Conceived by the pianist as a kind of Schubertiade, this affecting, beautifully performed disc conjures up those great occasions of convivial music-making, but on the assumption they could embrace the serious statement, too. The main item, the four-part quasi-sonata of the Wanderer Fantasy, is certainly that, its dramatic cohesiveness hardly to be made more thrilling than here: a temple in the ear.”

– The Sunday Times
(Schubert)

 
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“An exceptional occasion, marking the young French pianist out as a force to be reckoned with… His Liszt, combining weight with smoothness, was simply formidable… Chamayou’s technical wizardry was never in doubt for a second… Chamayou is a remarkable musician, no question – someone to watch out for.”

– The Guardian
Wigmore Hall, 2010

 

“By letting this work unfold at a leisurely pace, and by deploying the biggest sound I’ve heard in this hall for years, he allowed Liszt’s creation to expand to its full magnificence. this 29-year-old French pianist’s London debut has set the bar high.”

– -The Independent
Wigmore Hall, 2010

 
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PRESS


“French pianist Bertrand Chamayou has the right pedigree for Ravel: he studied at the Paris Conservatoire, with teachers whose lineage goes straight back to the composer, and it shows in the rock-solid technique and unfussy, unwavering interpretations he brings to this collection.”

– The Guardian, February 2016

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“When one hears playing of such intellectual conviction paired with a singing tone of heart-breaking beauty, one has to accept that there’s no single way into Schubert.”

– Pianist
(Schubert)

Bertrand Chamayou: Un prince au clavier

Pianiste
juillet / août 2015
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“Conceived by the pianist as a kind of Schubertiade, this affecting, beautifully performed disc conjures up those great occasions of convivial music-making, but on the assumption they could embrace the serious statement, too. The main item, the four-part quasi-sonata of the Wanderer Fantasy, is certainly that, its dramatic cohesiveness hardly to be made more thrilling than here: a temple in the ear.”

– The Sunday Times
(Schubert)

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“An exceptional occasion, marking the young French pianist out as a force to be reckoned with… His Liszt, combining weight with smoothness, was simply formidable… Chamayou’s technical wizardry was never in doubt for a second… Chamayou is a remarkable musician, no question – someone to watch out for.”

– The Guardian
Wigmore Hall, 2010

“By letting this work unfold at a leisurely pace, and by deploying the biggest sound I’ve heard in this hall for years, he allowed Liszt’s creation to expand to its full magnificence. this 29-year-old French pianist’s London debut has set the bar high.”

– -The Independent
Wigmore Hall, 2010

Bertrand Chamayou:
Le nouveau prince du piano français!

Diapason
December 2012
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Left hand in action, the right one gripping the piano firmly. Thanks @pittsburgh_symphony_orchestra & @manfredhoneck for a thrilling week! #Ravel #lefthand
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6 hours ago
Finishing up the year in excellent company at @wigmore_hall
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1 week ago
Left hand in action, the right one gripping the piano firmly. Thanks @pittsburgh_symphony_orchestra & @manfredhoneck for a thrilling week! #Ravel #lefthand
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Maurice Ravel VS John Cage @kklluzern Thanks @lucernefestival ⚡️⚡️⚡️