Radu Lupu Discography Radu Lupu discography. This is a list of all commercially released recordings by the great rumanian pianist Radu Lupu. http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
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Radu Lupu - Yak With Yara Please be advised that pianist Radu Lupu has had to cancel his engagement with us on February 12 and February 13, 2005. http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
Carnegie Hall Radu Lupu Daniel Barenboim The latest instalment was a four hand piano recital on Nov. 27, 2000, with Barenboim and Romanian pianist Radu Lupu. http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
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Extractions: Radu Lupu Pianist Born in Rumania, Radu Lupu was 6 years old when he started to learn the piano with Lia Busuioceanu, and made his public debut with a complete programme of his own music at the age of 12. He continued his studies for several years with Florica Muzicescu and Cella Delavranca before winning a scholarship in 1961 to the Moscow Conservatoire where he studied with Galina Eghyazarova, Heinrich Neuhaus and later with Stanislav Neuhaus. He won first prize in three competitions: the 1966 Van Cliburn, the 1967 Enescu International, and the 1969 Leeds International. In 1989 he was awarded the prestigious "Abbiati" prize, given by the Italian Critics' Association. He is regularly invited to play with all the great orchestras of the world including the Berlin Philharmonic (with whom he made his Salzburg Festival debut in 1978 with Karajan), the Vienna Philharmonic (with whom he opened the 1986 Salzburg Festival with Muti), the Royal Concertgebouw, all the major London orchestras, and all the great American orchestras. His first major America appearances were in 1972 with the Cleveland Orchestra and Barenboim in New York, and with the Chicago Symphony and Giulini. He has played at all the major music festivals and has been a regular guest at the Salzburg and Lucerne Festivals. Radu Lupu has made a number of recordings for Decca: the Beethoven Piano Concertos with the Israel Philharmonic and Zubin Mehta; Brahms Concerto No 1, Grieg and Schumann Concertos, the complete Mozart Violin and Piano Sonatas with Szymon Goldberg, Debussy and Franck Violin and Piano Sonatas with Kyung Wha Chung, and solo works by Beethoven, Brahms, Schumann and Schubert. In 1995 he won 2 awards in the category "Best Instrumental Record of the Year": a Grammy for Schubert's Sonatas in A major D664 and B flat major D960, and an Edison Award for Schumann's Kinderszenen, Kreisleriana and Humoresque. He has also made two records with Murray Perahia (CBS), two albums of Schubert Lieder with Barbara Hendricks (EMI), and a disc of pieces for four hands by Schubert with Daniel B
Heinrich Neuhaus Web Site Associazione Musicale Heinrich NeuhausItalia, is dedicated to this Russian pianist and teacher. It also includes Svjatoslav Richter, Emil Gilels, radu lupu, and others. http://www.neuhaus.it/
Radu Lupu, Famous Romanian-Born Pianist, UK radu lupu, Famous RomanianBorn pianist, UK. radu lupu Romanian-Born pianist. Born November 30, 1945, Galati, Romania. Son of Meyer lupu and Ana Gabor http://romania-on-line.net/whoswho/LupuRadu.htm
Extractions: Romanian-Born Pianist Born : November 30, 1945, Galati, Romania. Son of Meyer Lupu and Ana Gabor Studies Musical Performance A leading interpreter of the German classical compositions Regularly invited to play with all the great orchestras of the world including: the Berlin Philharmonic, with whom he made his Salzburg Festival debut in 1978 with Karajan the Vienna Philharmonic, with whom he opened the 1986 Salzburg Festival with Muti the Royal Concertgebouw all the major London orchestras all the great American orchestras. His first major America appearances were in 1972 with the Cleveland Orchestra and Barenboim in New York, and with the Chicago Symphony and Giulini
ICM - International Creative Management, Inc. radu lupu is firmly established as one of the most important musicians of his generation He has also made two records with pianist Murray Perahia (Sony http://www.icmtalent.com/musperf/profiles/60142.html
Extractions: Radu Lupu Radu Lupu is firmly established as one of the most important musicians of his generation and is widely acknowledged as a leading interpreter of the works of Beethoven, Brahms, Mozart and Schubert. Since winning the 1969 Leeds Piano Competition, Mr. Lupu has regularly performed as soloist and recitalist in the musical capitals and major festivals of Europe and the United States. He has appeared many times with the Berlin Philharmonic since his debut with that orchestra at the l978 Salzburg Festival under Herbert von Karajan, and with the Vienna Philharmonic, including the opening concert of the 1986 Salzburg Festival under Riccardo Muti. He is also a frequent visitor to the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra and all of the major London orchestras. Radu Lupu's first major American appearances were in 1972 with the Cleveland Orchestra under Daniel Barenboim in New York and with the Chicago Symphony led by Carlo Maria Giulini. Concerts with the New York Philharmonic soon followed and Mr. Lupu has since appeared with all of the foremost American orchestras. During the 2004-05 season, Mr. Lupu performs the complete cycle of Beethoven piano concerti with the Cleveland Orchestra and Franz Welsler-Möst, which they repeat together in Carnegie Hall. Additionally, he appears with the National Symphony Orchestra under David Zinman, the National Arts Centre Orchestra with Pinchas Zukerman, and the Toronto Symphony Orchestra with Thomas Dausgaard. Recent seasons have featured recitals in New York (Carnegie Hall), Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco and Toronto as well as performances with the Atlanta Symphony, the Boston Symphony, the Chicago Symphony (at Symphony Hall and Carnegie Hall), the Cincinnati Symphony, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Minnesota Orchestra, the New York Philharmonic, and the Saint Louis Symphony.
MSN Encarta - Radu Lupu lupu, radu, born in 1945, Romanian pianist, known for playing with a lyrical and expressive tone. He favors standard works from the 19th century, such http://encarta.msn.com/encyclopedia_762506279/Radu_Lupu.html
Radu Lupu radu lupu, piano radu lupu is firmly established as one of the most important He has also made two records with pianist Murray Perahia for Sony http://www.cincinnatisymphony.org/Musicians/GuestArtists/Lupu.asp
Extractions: Born in Romania in l945, Mr. Lupu began studying the piano at the age of six and made his public debut with a complete program of his own music at 12. In l96l he won a scholarship to the Moscow State Conservatory, and during his seven years there he won first prize in the l966 Van Cliburn, the l967 Enescu International and the l969 Leeds International competitions. Mr. Lupu last performed with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra in January 2003. ARTIST PHOTOS
MEGA - Firenze radu lupu. This famous Romenian pianist will be coming to Florence again for a recital dedicated to the music of Schumann, Bartok and Beethoven which will http://www.mega.it/review/new/uilupu.htm
Extractions: A reserved personality who dislikes any kind of propaganda or selfpromotion, Radu Lupu is today at the height of his career as a pianist thanks to his exceptional and deeply intense capability for concentration and self-identification in the pages of music he plays. Regularly avoiding press conferences and complimentary advertising drives and fortunately immune from the risk or suspicion of routine, though at a very high level, Radu Lupu's performances in public show that he is a musician of profound and fascinating originality. Radu Lupu His chamber music recordings include a fine edition of the Sonatas for violin and piano by Mozart con Szymon Goldberg, a record album of lieders, again by Mozart, con Barbara Hendriks, extracts by Mozart and Schubert for piano with four hands with Murray Perahia (with whom he also recorded Mozart's Concerts for two pianos and orchestra). Several recitals have been dedicated to Schubert's Sonatas and Impromtus, together with other record albums dedicated to Beethoven, Schumann and Brahms. Sunday 19th May 1996
Carnegie Hall: Radu Lupu & Daniel Barenboim 27, 2000, with Barenboim and Romanian pianist radu lupu. Commercially, it was a big success. Not only was the hall sold out but the stage was covered with http://www.scena.org/columns/anson/001127-PA-lupubarenboim.html
Extractions: Commercially, it was a big success. Not only was the hall sold out but the stage was covered with spectators, leaving only a narrow path for the pianists to enter and exit. The concerts drawing power can be attributed to the two stars, Barenboim and Lupu (each with is own distinct following), as well as the accessible all-Schubert program. The pianists sat side by side on two chairs and switched positions for each of the three pieces. For the opening Variations on an Original Theme in A-flat minor, D. 813 (1824), Barenboim took the top of the keyboard. In this role, he was the designated leader, and Lupu watched him closely. The rather flimsy work has no gripping merit and Barenboim seemed fully occupied sight reading the music in front of him. He ended each variation with the same emphatic flourish, as if to compensate for previous blandness. For Schuberts Fantasie in F minor, D. 940 (1828), Lupu took the top, and suddenly the music came alive. He produced a gorgeously resonant tone and, unlike Barenboim, he played from inside the music. When the two pianists echoed each other in repeated passages, Lupu impressed one as the more sensitive performer.
Parker Piano Preview In 1984 young JapaneseCanadian pianist Jon Kimura Parker shot into the fraternity of past winners which includes radu lupu and Murray Perahia. http://www.scena.org/lsm/sm2-8/parker.html
Extractions: I n 1984 young Japanese-Canadian pianist Jon Kimura Parker shot into the spotlight taking the top prize at the Leeds International Piano Competition in Britain. As a laureate of the Leeds Competition he joined the impressive fraternity of past winners which includes Radu Lupu and Murray Perahia. I first heard Parker live about ten years ago in concert with the Edmonton Symphony at the Jubilee Auditorium. Parker has a virile stage presence that immediately commands attention. His performance of Prokofiev's daunting Piano Concerto No 3 was unforgettable. With a rich, round piano tone he communicated both the lyricism and the sometimes furious excitement of the work. He did not hide behind the bravura notes but rather made the music his own and conveyed a genuine understanding of the piece. Since that memorable concerto I have heard Parker once more live with the Edmonton Symphony and several more times on CBC radio. At each hearing my initial impressions are confirmed: here is an artist truly in touch with his musical ideas, expressing them with conviction, ample technical ability and discipline.
Lucerne Piano Festival Report [PGW] The Russian pianist Alexei Lubimov is one who performs and records on radu lupu sits comfortably, leaning back in an ordinary chair too comfortably? http://www.musicweb-international.com/SandH/2001/Dec01/lucernepiano.htm
Extractions: Lucerne's late autumn annual festival is dedicated to the piano and to showing to what advantage it can be heard in the new KKL Concert Hall , which provides the possibility for acoustical tuning of the auditorium to each artist's own preference by adjustments to the reflective canopy over the stage and to the reverberation chamber's doors, a speciality of ARTEC . For musicians, numerous testimonials describe the rare pleasure of being able to hear their own playing very much as it sounds to the audience, which makes them eager to return to Lucerne. During the week I took the opportunity to sample seating positions in many parts of the hall, right up to the high fourth gallery. It is good for listening everywhere, with absolute clarity and projection of the quietest pianissimo , but I found the best sound towards the centre at each level.