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"What an enterprising programme from the Israeli pianist...great charachterfulness...every sonata seems to spring a surprise... fleet and airy"

GRAMOPHONE MAGAZINE, UK
"...probing, incisive pianist with a beautiful sound and an impressively transparent touch...If you like Glenn Gould’s Bach, you’ll like Yarden’s... superb voice-leading and a sense of purpose in every note"

WASHINGTON POST, USA
"Yarden displays an inventively intelligent Haydn, full of wit and abundance, with a delicate, varying touch... glowing, adventurous, at times intimately chamber-music-like, at times grand and orchestral"

FONO FORUM MAGAZINE, GERMANY
"Wherever you listen in this recording, you will be richly rewarded"

PREIS DER DEUTSCHE SCHALLPLATTENKRITIK, BESTENLISTE (Quarterly German Records Critics’ Prize, for Haydn CD)

Coming up: Piano Biennale, a New Festival in the Netherlands

Despite the ongoing intense and intensifying Corona-measures, the new festival "Piano Biennale" is going ahead and taking place as planned in May 13-16, 2021. Music, dance and art are interwoven in a set of concerts featuring solo piano and chamber music, and all taking place in the beautiful halls of the cities of Arnhem and Nejmegen in the Netherlands. All concerts will be live-streamed, check it out: https://pianobiennale.com/?lang=en

Jumping in for Prof. Alexej Gorlatch at the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Frankfurt am Main

Einav Yarden was asked to replace prof. Alexej Gortlach in a temporary part-time position, teaching piano majors at the fantastic Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Frankfurt (Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts). Honored to be part of this wonderful institute!
https://www.hfmdk-frankfurt.info/

Coming up on Dec. 5: Beethoven Piano Concerto no. 4, Choral-Fantasie op. 80 with Brandenburgisches Staatsorchester Frankfurt, Jörg-Peter Weigle conducting CANCELLED

A reconstruction of the marathonic 1808 concert in Theater an der Wien, in which Beethoven was the initiater, the presenter, the piano soloist, the conductor, and of course the composer of the entire evening, which lasted close to four (4) hours...Four world premieres were presented on that evening and in terms of its repertoire content it was probably the most important concert in Beethoven's career. Einav Yarden will perform his  piano concerto no. 4, the Choral Fantasy op. 80 and his solo piano Fantasy op. 77. With the Brandenburgisches Staatsorchester Frankfurt and conducted by their artistic director Jörg-Peter Weigle. December 5, 2020 at 16:00, Frankfurt Oder, Messehalle
THIS CONCERT HAS UNFORTUNATELY BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19

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