Album out 26 January 2018: https://wnrcl.me/anderszewski
"I understand Mozart piano concertos as chamber works. The piano, orchestra, and individual instruments engage with each other, dialoguing continuously. At the same time, these are hidden operas: the musical themes, motives interact, unfolding their stories, each with their own voice and distinctive character. Mozart is the composer of ambiguity par excellence – the most luminous moments can be interwoven with such darkness. Where is the light, where is the shadow? Sometimes, I don't really know. And yet this is music of such evident limpidity. It is a miracle." –Piotr Anderszewski
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