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Alexei Lubimov

 

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Für Alina Arvo Pärt: 75 Year Celebration Collection
2:22
Fur Alina Part: Arvo Part - A Portrait (Kimberley)
2:10
Für Alina Modern Classics: Arvo Pärt
2:22
Górecki : Piano Concerto Op.40 : II Vivace Gubaidulina, Ustvolskaya, Górecki & Pelécis : Piano Concertos - Apex
4:09
Górecki : Piano Concerto Op.40 : I Allegro molto Gubaidulina, Ustvolskaya, Górecki & Pelécis : Piano Concertos - Apex
4:12
Ustvolskaya : Piano Concerto Gubaidulina, Ustvolskaya, Górecki & Pelécis : Piano Concertos - Apex
17:32
Gubaidulina : Piano Concerto, 'Introitus' Gubaidulina, Ustvolskaya, Górecki & Pelécis : Piano Concertos - Apex
24:22
Suite in G Minor: I. Prelude French Harpsichord Music Of The XVII Century
3:32
Pelécis : Concertino bianco for Piano in C major : II Con venerazione Gubaidulina, Ustvolskaya, Górecki & Pelécis : Piano Concertos - Apex
5:54
Fur Alina Rabinovitch / Part / Pelecis: Post-Avant-Garde Piano Music From the Ex-Soviet Union
2:15

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Alexei Lubimov is widely recognised as both a champion of new music and an insightful interpreter of classical and baroque music. In 1968 in Moscow he premiered new works by Terry Riley and John Cage, and through the 1970s specialized in early music, also an enduring passion. His first ECM recital “Der Bote” (2000) scans history from C.P.E. Bach to Valentin Silvestrov and Tigran Mansurian. He has been one of the most important interpreters of new music from the former Soviet Union with landmark recordings of Silvestrov (“Metamusik”, “Postludium”, and more), Arvo Pärt (“Lamentate”), Schnittke ... Read more

Alexei Lubimov is widely recognised as both a champion of new music and an insightful interpreter of classical and baroque music. In 1968 in Moscow he premiered new works by Terry Riley and John Cage, and through the 1970s specialized in early music, also an enduring passion. His first ECM recital “Der Bote” (2000) scans history from C.P.E. Bach to Valentin Silvestrov and Tigran Mansurian. He has been one of the most important interpreters of new music from the former Soviet Union with landmark recordings of Silvestrov (“Metamusik”, “Postludium”, and more), Arvo Pärt (“Lamentate”), Schnittke (Piano Quintet). His album “Misterioso” brings together music of Silverstrov, Pärt and Ustvolskaya. Other recordings include “Messe Noire” with piano music of Stravinsky, Shostakovich, Prokofiev, and Scriabin.

Scheduled for later this year is a new recording by Lubimov and vocalist Natalia Pschenitschnikova of John Cage’s music.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Alexei Lubimov is widely recognised as both a champion of new music and an insightful interpreter of classical and baroque music. In 1968 in Moscow he premiered new works by Terry Riley and John Cage, and through the 1970s specialized in early music, also an enduring passion. His first ECM recital “Der Bote” (2000) scans history from C.P.E. Bach to Valentin Silvestrov and Tigran Mansurian. He has been one of the most important interpreters of new music from the former Soviet Union with landmark recordings of Silvestrov (“Metamusik”, “Postludium”, and more), Arvo Pärt (“Lamentate”), Schnittke (Piano Quintet). His album “Misterioso” brings together music of Silverstrov, Pärt and Ustvolskaya. Other recordings include “Messe Noire” with piano music of Stravinsky, Shostakovich, Prokofiev, and Scriabin.

Scheduled for later this year is a new recording by Lubimov and vocalist Natalia Pschenitschnikova of John Cage’s music.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Alexei Lubimov is widely recognised as both a champion of new music and an insightful interpreter of classical and baroque music. In 1968 in Moscow he premiered new works by Terry Riley and John Cage, and through the 1970s specialized in early music, also an enduring passion. His first ECM recital “Der Bote” (2000) scans history from C.P.E. Bach to Valentin Silvestrov and Tigran Mansurian. He has been one of the most important interpreters of new music from the former Soviet Union with landmark recordings of Silvestrov (“Metamusik”, “Postludium”, and more), Arvo Pärt (“Lamentate”), Schnittke (Piano Quintet). His album “Misterioso” brings together music of Silverstrov, Pärt and Ustvolskaya. Other recordings include “Messe Noire” with piano music of Stravinsky, Shostakovich, Prokofiev, and Scriabin.

Scheduled for later this year is a new recording by Lubimov and vocalist Natalia Pschenitschnikova of John Cage’s music.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

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