Lukaszewski: Piano Etudes
Format: COMPACT DISC
Participation in the Chopin competition often implies the danger of falling into a concert routine. Numerous participants, wanting to stay in the pianistic market at all costs, concentrate mainly on the performance of the works of the patron of the Warsaw event. Radoslaw Sobczak, one of the most interesting contemporary Polish pianists, has been consistently breaking out of this scheme for many years, presenting the audience with an extremely versatile repertoire. After two critically acclaimed albums with music by Paderewski and Szymanowski, Radoslaw Sobczak decided to record the seventeen Etudes by Marcin Lukaszewski, widely regarded as one of the most interesting composers of his generation.