Tune in to KPFK 90.7FM at noon today for an interview with KPFK’s John Schneider about my recent releases on Editions Hortus: Paris<>Los Angeles with violinist Ambroise Aubrun and my solo album Ferruccio Busoni: l’Énigme.

A link with an mp3 will be posted after the interview. Stay tuned.

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I am very excited to share with you the release of this my latest solo album with music by Ferruccio Busoni! 

I have always been a fan of the music by Busoni and this has been a bucket list project for me for many years! A big thank you to Editions Hortus for their continued support; as well as to Nina Adler, Clara Vamvulescu, and Virginie d’Avezac for their assistance.

The enigmatic Italian composer Ferruccio Busoni slipped somewhat between the cracks of music history. Although well-known for his brilliant piano transcriptions of master- pieces by other composers, his original works have eluded popularity in performance. The publication of his controversial essay, Sketch of a new aesthetic of music (1907), marks a turning point in his musical style. The Enigma highlights some of these later works, including the heroic Fantasia Contrappuntistica, two of the Elegies, the Fantasia Nach J.S. Bach, and the Indian Diary.  

Get your physical copy here!  http://www.editionshortus.com/catalogue_fiche.php?prod_id=266.

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