My Polish Diary: Kiryl Keduk

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My Polish Diary: Kiryl Keduk

Label:

Delos

Catalogue No:

DE3432

Discs:

1

Release date:

2nd Sept 2013

Barcode:

0013491343228

Length:

66 minutes

Medium:

CD (download also available)
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My Polish Diary: Kiryl Keduk


Chopin:

Variations brilliantes in B flat major on 'Je Vends des Scapulaires', Op. 12

Lutoslawski:

Two Studies for Solo Piano

Paderewski:

Caprice a la Scarlatti in G major, Op. 14 No. 3

Nocturne in B flat Op. 16 No. 4

Szymanowski:

Masques (3), Op. 34

Zarebski:

Les Roses et les Epines, Op. 13


Kiryl Keduk (piano)

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“My Polish Diary” represents the personal musical journey of emerging pianist Kiryl Keduk, recent winner of the 2011 Kempinski Classical Music Fellowship: a pioneering Swiss arts support program instituted in 2009 by Kempinski Hoteliers. Although he was born in Belarus to a family of musicians, his Polish father took him – at the age of thirteen – to continue his education and piano training in Poland; he thus sees his artistic heritage as predominantly Polish. His fellowship award has since enabled him to continue his studies under distinguished teachers in other countries. In this, his debut CD, he offers a fascinating and well-chosen program of highly worthwhile, yet rarely heard works by five Polish composers of the Romantic era and the twentieth century: Frédéric Chopin, Juliusz Zarebski, Karol Szymanowski, Ignacy Jan Paderewski, and Witold Lutoslawski.

Kiryl – aged 25 as of this release – has won prizes in fourteen different international competitions, in which his extraordinary audience appeal has been recognized. He has established himself as a rising star on the European musical scene, noted for his technical brilliance, pearly tone, engaging musicality and interpretive intensity: qualities that are immediately apparent in this fascinating and unusual recording.

Fryderyk Chopin: Variations brillantes on Je vends des scapulaires from Herold's Ludovic, Op. 12

Variations brillantes on Je vends des scapulaires from Herold's Ludovic, Op. 12

Juliusz Zarebski: Les roses et les epines, Op. 13

I. Andante con moto

II. Presto

III. Andante

IV. Allegro molto

V. Allegretto

Karol Szymanowski: Maski (Masks), Op. 34

No. 1. Szecherezada (Scheherezade)

No. 2. Blazen Tantris (Tantris the Clown)

No. 3. Serenada Don Juana (Don Juan's Serenade)

Ignacy Jan Paderewski: Humoresques de concert, Op. 14

Humoresques de concert, Op. 14: No. 3. Caprice

Ignacy Jan Paderewski: Miscellanea, Op. 16

Miscellanea, Op. 16: No. 4. Nocturne in B-flat major

Witold Lutoslawski: 2 Studies

No. 1. Allegro

No. 2. Non troppo allegro

MusicWeb International

2nd December 2013

“[Keduk's] playing is sensitive with a real ability to reflect the most gentle of phrasing and to produce the fireworks when required. The programme he has chosen is very well balanced with a good mix of the delicate and the explosive.”

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