Rare and subtle sensations with Alexander Gadjiev in Rome


As a guest of the Accademia Filarmonica Romana, Alexander Gadjiev played works by Chopin, Scriabin and Beethoven at the Teatro Argentina in Rome on 11 April and, as so often recently, captivated audiences and critics alike.
The young Gadjiev belongs to an old school, wrote the Giornale della Musica.  "A school in which the fingers are important, but placed at the service of the heart, feeling, inspiration and instinct, words that have become unpronounceable today when talking about art and music in particular, but which guided the great musicians of the 19th century. "And one comes to the following conclusion: "We must hold on to a pianist like Gadjev, because he stands outside the mainstream and belongs to an endangered species. With his concerto, he has given us inconspicuous but rare and subtle sensations and emotions that even so many young lions of the keyboard ignore."

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