When one thinks of a pianist to follow, the name of Khatia Buniatishvili pops up spontaneously. It must be said that this young Georgian artist has tumbled in the landscape of classical music by magic, with an exceptional recording of the Liszt Sonata. Since the legendary Martha Argerich, no one had heard such enthusiasm. Like her illustrious predecessor, she began studying the piano very early and gave her first concert at the tender age of 6. Khatia Buniatishvili trained with Oleg Maisenberg and joins the program of the BBC New Generation Artists. She begins at the Wigmore Hall however it will be the Gstaad Festival, so important for young talent, which definitely marks the beginning of her international career. Since then, the beautiful pianist travels the world and with recitals and concerts.
Some already beautiful meetings highlight the career of Khatia Buniatishvili, for example with Renaud Capuçon and Gidon Kremer. She sometimes plays in duo with her sister Gvantsa, also a pianist. The possibilities seem limitless thanks to her virtuosity which opens a wide repertoire and a power that is wrongly believed to be reserved for male pianists. Appearances can mislead, under the beautiful and elegant silhouette of the pianist is hiding an incredible and impressive artist, certainly one to follow but especially to admire ...
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On 21 & 23/11 at Wiener Konzerthaus, young and talented pianist Khatia Buniatishvili joins the Wiener Symphoniker conducted by great conductor Philippe Jordan, to perform Liszt and Shostakovitch
Brillant and talented pianist sisters Khatia & Gvantsa Buniatishvili perform at Viennas’ Musikverein on 18/6, a four hands piano recital with works by Schubert, Rachmaninov, Gershwin and Ravel.