Viennese-born pianist, performs as recitalist, chambriste and soloist with orchestra throughout the world. Active recording artist for Philips Classics and ECM Records.
Till FellnerApr. 27, 2008
Born in Vienna in 1972, Till Fellner studied at the Vienna Conservatory, and privately with Alfred Brendel, among others. He gained international recognition by winning First Prize at the prestigious Clara Haskil International Competition in 1993. He performs with major orchestras such as the Vienna Symphony, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and the London Philharmonic Orchestra under conductors such as Claudio Abbado, Heinz Holliger, and Kent Nagano. His chamber music partners have included the Alban Berg Quartet, Thomas Zehetmair and Heinrich Schiff, with whom he recorded Beethoven's complete works for cello and piano for Philips Classics. His career has taken him to musical centres throughout Europe and North and South America, as well as to some of the world's most important Festivals, such as the Salzburg Festival, Mostly Mozart, and the Edinburgh International Festival. His numerous CDs include the first book of Bach's Welltempered Klavier for ECM Records
in 2004.

LMMC debut.

www.tillfellner.com

Programme:

MOZART          Rondo in A minor, K. 511

SCHUMANN    Fantasy in C major, Opus 17
                              Durchaus phantastisch und leidenschaftilich
                                    vorzutragen - Im Legendenton -
                                    Tempo primo
                               Mäβig, durchaus energisch - Etwas
                                    langsamer - Viel bewegter
                               Langsam getragen, durchweg leise
                                    zu halten - Etwas bewegter

LISZT                 2e Légende: Saint François de Paule
                                                    marchant sur les flots, S. 175/2

HOLLIGER        Elis: Drei Nachtstücke

RAVEL                Gaspard de la nuit
                               
Ondine
                                Le gibet
                                Scarbo