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Fabio Bidini

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Fabio Bidini reviews

He is capable of an admirably simplicity…truly touching. Recital Bernard Holland –New York Times, New York -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Bidini sets the record straight Bidini made me think, “Yes! This must have been what it was like to hear Beethoven himself improvise.” Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.2 Dan Coren –Broad Street Review, Philadelphia -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Sitkovetsky and his musicians meshed and wove about Bidini´s brilliant and sensitive playing of the solo. He produced a gorgeous and warm tone at all dynamic levels. There were no coarse-grained crashing fortes here! His melodic lines were seamless and his articulation was crystal clear. Bidini´s playing was an ideal alloy of power, poetry and style. In my memories of some thirty years of performances, this interpretation will join with one given by Claude Frank as a benchmark. Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.5 William Thomas Walker – Classical Voice of North Carolina -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Fabio Bidini began the Chaconne with full-bodied but lean tone, building the work with a stunning sense of drama and inexorability to a crashing ending, bathed in haunting, organ–like sonorities. … Bidini´s Chopin was bewitching, … his playing of the posthumus Nocturne evoked Maria Callas in Bellini, with its silvery shadings and beautifully sense of line and architecture. Recital Marion Lignana Rosenberg –New York, Newsday