"A pianist of real personality, his name is one to remember." |
Le Monde de la Musique
"Spirited and yet very carefully distilled playing."
International Record Review
"Fidelity to what the score says is impeccable."
Classical Music Magazine
Recently praised by the New Yorker as an "adventurous pianist" who "likes his
music on the brainy side," Ivan Ilić is rapidly gaining a strong international
reputation. A disciple of the legendary François-René
Duchâble, Ivan has earned support from the American Foundation in Paris,
the Karic Foundation in Belgrade, the University of Illinois, and the Nadia
Boulanger Foundation in Paris. He recently completed a one-year residency at the
Cité Internationale des Arts.
Ivan started music studies at age 6 and gave his recital debut at 11. He took
degrees in music and mathematics at the University of California, Berkeley
before moving to Paris on a fellowship from the University. Shortly afterwards
Ivan was admitted to the esteemed Conservatoire Supérieur de Paris, where
he took a Premier Prix in piano performance. The City of Paris sponsored his
60 engagements in 2007 included recital débuts in Boston, Washington,
Dublin, Bristol, Glasgow, and Cardiff. Current season highlights include
recitals at Carnegie Hall (New York), Wigmore Hall (London), the National
Concert Hall (Dublin), the Belgrade Philharmonic, and the Glenn Gould Studio
Ivan's first CD of music by Claude Debussy, lauded as "masterly" by Gramophone
Magazine, recently received Mezzo Television's prestigious M Award in France.
The disc is broadcast on BBC Radio 3, Radio 4 Holland, Radio France, Public
Radio in America, as well as major classical music stations in Germany, Italy,
Spain, Belgium, Estonia, Ireland, the Czech Republic, New Zealand, Australia,
Argentina, and South Africa.
크레이지슬롯 사이트Fugitive Visions - Piano Masterworks by Chopin and Liszt
크레이지슬롯 사이트Godowsky and Ecstasy
Romantic - Powerful Miniatures by Schumann and Brahms
Sparkling - The Complete Preludes by Claude Debussy
Elegance and Refinement - Baroque Suites, French Sweets
Transcendental - Transcriptions by Brahms and Godowsky
Vitality and Virtuosity - Sonatas by Haydn and Beethoven