Schubert Recital, Zürich

Another upcoming concert announcement:

Tickets/info…

The program that features an exiting travel through the musical worlds of Schubert. An existential question posed in the Impromptu in F Minor op.142/1, an exciting but highly challenging journey in order to find the answer via the Wanderer-Fantasie op.15, and finally the sounding silence, wisdom and contemplation of the Sonata “Fantasie” in G Major D.894

Finally after 4(!) corona-driven postpones we hope to be able to present this extraordinary music!  The film version recording & YouTube release is also scheduled, stay tuned not to miss it!

This is a very interesting topic that even many professional musicians don’t actually know about. But knowing the difference might help you to built a more convincing interpretation!

MY NEW PIANO BLOG

This quarantine has changed everything. Many people have started doing things they have never been expecting from themselves. I am not an exclusion: this situation gave me time to systematise my piano experience and to start a piano blog about the efficiency of piano playing. From basics to the interpretational issues.

Warmly welcome!

 

New Music Video

Back in the mid February when I have got the idea and have filmed this video I could not imagine that it would be so actual with the current cities lock down…

A Promo Video about my new project which will be premiered in Frankfurt on March 6, 2020.

CLICK HERE for more info about the event!

Some fresh critic in the Luzerner Zeitung after our performance of the Beethoven’s Choral Fantasy in KKL, Luzern.

“The piano part was performed by a young and surprising pianist Denis Zhdanov. He graduates with his Master Solo Diploma at the Hochschule Luzern this year, he has already won various prizes and played with Madrid Symphony and Helsinki Radio Symphony among others.
He brought a corresponding self-confidence to the Fantasy. The Ukrainian plays a modern Beethoven, creating nearly a film music piece from a virtuoso firework. While his playing is being dramatic in the expression, sometimes slightly tough but very clear and distinct by structure, he gives this piece a very special and fascinating character. The orchestra stays here at a more “traditional” side. The public treats the excellent ensemble of the choir and soloists with a long lasting applause at the end.”