Dora Deliyska: Danzas | Gramola 99099

Dora Deliyska: Danzas

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Label: Gramola

Cat No: 99099

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 1

Release Date: 29th January 2016

Contents

Works

Anderson, Greg

Carmen Fantasy for 2 pianos (after Bizet)

Bartok, Bela

Hungarian Folksongs (3) from Csik, BB45b Sz35a
Mikrokosmos: Book 6 (nos.140-153), Sz107 BB105
» no.148 Six Dances in Bulgarian Rhythm I
» no.149 Six Dances in Bulgarian Rhythm II
» no.150 Six Dances in Bulgarian Rhythm III
» no.151 Six Dances in Bulgarian Rhythm IV
» no.152 Six Dances in Bulgarian Rhythm V
» no.153 Six Dances in Bulgarian Rhythm VI

Breinschmid, Georg

Balkandrom

Ginastera, Alberto

Danzas Argentinas (3), op.2

Piazzolla, Astor

Le Grand Tango

Stravinsky, Igor

Tango (arr. for violin & piano by Samuel Dushkin)

Artists

Dora Deliyska (piano)
Luca Monti (piano)
Nora Romanoff-Schwarzberg (viola)
Yury Revich (violin)
Florian Willeitner (violin)
Georg Breinschmied (double bass)

Works

Anderson, Greg

Carmen Fantasy for 2 pianos (after Bizet)

Bartok, Bela

Hungarian Folksongs (3) from Csik, BB45b Sz35a
Mikrokosmos: Book 6 (nos.140-153), Sz107 BB105
» no.148 Six Dances in Bulgarian Rhythm I
» no.149 Six Dances in Bulgarian Rhythm II
» no.150 Six Dances in Bulgarian Rhythm III
» no.151 Six Dances in Bulgarian Rhythm IV
» no.152 Six Dances in Bulgarian Rhythm V
» no.153 Six Dances in Bulgarian Rhythm VI

Breinschmid, Georg

Balkandrom

Ginastera, Alberto

Danzas Argentinas (3), op.2

Piazzolla, Astor

Le Grand Tango

Stravinsky, Igor

Tango (arr. for violin & piano by Samuel Dushkin)

Artists

Dora Deliyska (piano)
Luca Monti (piano)
Nora Romanoff-Schwarzberg (viola)
Yury Revich (violin)
Florian Willeitner (violin)
Georg Breinschmied (double bass)

About

The new album “Danzas” by Bulgarian pianist Dora Deliyska exhibits a colorful insight into the manifold world of the Dance. Whether in Greg Anderson's Carmen Fantasy for two pianos on themes in Spanish style by Georges Bizet, in Le Grand Tango by Astor Piazzolla in an arrangement for viola and piano, the Dances in Bulgarian Rhythm by Béla Bartók or the Three Danzas Argentinas by Alberto Ginastera, the rhythms always inspire the listener to dancing moves of her own. The Tango by Igor Stravinsky, recorded in a version for violin and piano, and Balkandrom by Austrian musician and composer Georg Breinschmid stand for a very personal confrontation with the element of dance. Dora Deliyska's musical dancing partners are: Luca Monti (piano), Yury Revich and Florian Willeitner (violins), Nora Schwarzberg (viola), and Georg Breinschmid (bass).

Dora Deliyska began piano lessons at the age of five. Surrounded by music in her family, she held her first concert at the age of nine. After musical training in her Bulgarian home, she moved to the University of Music and the Performing Arts in Vienna, where she received instruction from the Professors Jürg von Vintschger and Stefan Vladar. In 2010, she graduated there with an MA in Prof. Noel Flores’ class. The same year, she obtained her postgraduate diploma at the Oxana Yablonskaya Piano Institute in Castelnuovo di Garfagnana, Italy.

Her artistic development has been strongly influenced by master classes and private lessons with respected musicians such as Dmitri Alexeyev, Mikhail Voskresensky, Karl-Heinz Kämmerling, Boris Bloch and others. Dora Deliyska is considered one of the most important Liszt interpreters of the young generation. Her discography comprises CD recordings of piano works by Franz Liszt (2008), by Liszt and Chopin (2010), transcriptions of Franz Schubert songs by Franz Liszt (2011) as well as by Franz Schubert (2013).

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