Chicago Symphony Orchestra David Fray Plays Mozart Tickets
French classical pianist, David Fray gained sudden prominence in 2006 when he took the place of Helene Grimaud in a concert in Paris. For this performance, the young artist received quite the standing ovation at the well-known Theatre du Chatetet, which was followed immediately by the press. In a matter of a few months he was seen in the spotlight playing among some of the most famous musicians on the international music front. He got much attention for his peculiar musical interpretations and his interesting eccentricities in rehearsals and performances, all of which were the subject of the 2008 ARTE documentary on him called Swing, Sing and Think. Among his recordings are those interpreting the work of most legendary composers of the Classical era such as Schubert, Bach, and Mozart, which he has also been playing live in concert. In fact his upcoming David Fray Plays Mozart concert, he will give another performance where classical music lovers will delight in his raw talent, finding themselves inspired to book David Fray Plays Mozart tickets yet again.
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The young pianist joined the world of classical music in 2004 after wining the Second Grand Prize from Montreal International Music Competition, following which he issued the compilation CD Schubert, Liszt that included the works of two composers. He has completed video recordings of J.S. Bach’s piano concertos alongside Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen, and Schubert’s Wanderer Fantasy in the La Roque a’Anthernon Festival. In 2008, he issued another CD titled Boulez/ Bach Piano Recital, which was yet compilation of a couple of composers from different musical periods. Fray has performed with some of the world’s most renowned conductors such as Christoph Eschenbach, Jaap van Zweden, Kurt Masur and John Axelrod.
In 2008, he was voted by the BBC Music Magazine as the Newcomer of the Year. He has won several other awards such as Revelation Classique meaning Classical Discovery, from ADAMI; Jeune Soliste de l’Annee meaning Young Soloist of Year, from the well-known French Language Public Radio Coaltion; and received the Diploma of Outstanding Merit from Hamamatsu Competition. Soon to perform at the David Fray Plays Mozart concert, the audience will see just why Fray has won so many accolades at such young age.
When the start of the David Fray Plays Mozart concert joined became famous in such a short time, his incredible story intrigued movie director Bruno Monsaingeon who was interested in documenting it. The latter was always on the lookout for new bright talents to record their rise to fame, and so followed Fray wanting to document the career of the young pianist. When Fray recorded a disc on Bach, Bruno was present in the studio, filming in order to create the fascinating documentary. A couple of years later, the pianist’s journey has taken him to unimaginable heights, where he has gained critical acclaim from all over the world, designated at the French Victoires de la musique classic as Instrumental Soloist of Year 2010. He has been recognized as one among the most charismatic and naturally talented pianists of his times.
In 2010, Fray began studying the last period of Mozart’s writing in all its subtlety, complexity and profoundness. During that time Fray had newly agreed on an exclusive rights deal for concertos with Virgin Classics, after which he recorded some of Mozart’s pieces and yet again Bruno was there to record him perform. Owing to his young age, his recent interest in Bach and his antics at playing piano, the maestro has been compared to the likes of Glenn Gould. As reflected in the ARTE documentary, Fray rehearses with playfulness and excitement, humming with the orchestra, bobbing his eyebrows, bending quite low over the piano, cheerfully joking on with his musicians, and just like Gould’s signature style, he too conducts himself using one hand. David Fray Plays Mozart concert is not one to be missed, so book for some cheap David Fray Plays Mozart tickets and be there for a wonderful breath of musical finesse.
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