Among the many new classical pianists out there today, here's one who's at the top of my listening pile...Federico Colli, a thirty-something Italian. Once I heard a bit of him on Tidal, I grabbed everything on cd I could, of course to rip it to my Aurender streamers. My internet here is too volatile for continual Tidal use, so one does what one can. Anyway, his performance of the Bach/Busoni Chaconne is one for when you want to shake up the house. And his Pictures at an Exhibition, a piece originally for piano that I never tire of, is given quite a human touch. Reminds me of the time I heard Gina Bachauer play the last two movements as a kid. Spellbinding. So check him out, if you're into classical piano.
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