|Artist||Freiburg Philharmonic Orchestra/Dresdner Sinfoniker/Andreas Boyde|
|Instruments||piano and symphony orchestra|
Andreas Boyde plays Dvořák's Piano Concerto in G minor with the Freiburg Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Johannes Fritzsch and Schoenfeld's Piano Concerto "four parables" with the Dresden Sinfoniker conducted by Jonathan Nott.
Athenes recordings with German pianist Andreas Boyde have been exceptionally well received by critics,. This CD derives from two live broadcast performances; the Dvorak given in the Freiburg opera House and the Schoenfield in the Kulturpalast, Dresden.
The Four Parables were breathtaking in their long sustained virtuosity the 120 Sinfoniker musicians had as soloist the magnificent pianist Andreas Boyde who did not just give an account of his immensely difficult part but knew how to bring it to life - Dresdner Neueste Nachrichten
he uses his pianistic potential to discover what Dvořák wanted to tell us with his music - Westfälisches Volksblatt
|Dvorak Piano Concerto in G minor|
|3.||Allegro con fuoco|
|Schoenfield Piano Concerto: Four Parables|
|4.||Rambling till the Butcher Cuts Us Down|
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