Beethoven Violin Sonatas NOS. 6,7 & 8Analekta
The journey has begun! Analekta announces the release of the first of three albums that will cover Beethoven's complete Violin Sonatas, performed by two of the most outstanding musicians of their generation, Andrew Wan, concertmaster of the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal since 2008, and Charles Richard-Hamelin, winner of the silver medal and the Krystian Zimerman prize at the 2015 International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw.
Andrew Wan, Charles Richard-Hamelin - Beethoven Sonatas is the WFMT: Featured New Release
Analekta presents the release of the second volume of Beethoven's complete Violin Sonatas, performed by two of the most outstanding musicians of their generation: Andrew Wan, concertmaster of the Montreal Symphony Orchestra since 2008, and Charles Richard-Hamelin, winner of the silver medal at the 2015 International Chopin Piano Competition. This album holds the three sonatas of Opus 12 and Sonata No...
Andrew Wan, Charles Richard-Hamelin - Beethoven Violin Sonatas is WRTI 'Classical Album of the Week'
As winter approaches, what you may want on cold days and nights is something cozy, beautiful and satisfying. Look no further, because Beethoven - yes, cozy Beethoven - is here! Just out on the Analekta label, Beethoven's Opus 30 Sonatas, as rendered by violinist Andrew Wan and pianist Charles Richard-Hamelin, show Beethoven at his most intimate and charming. This is a new recording you'll want to cozy up...
Andrew Wan, Charles Richard-Hamelin - Beethoven Violin Sonatas is WFMT 'Featured New Release'
The Analekta label has released the first of three albums that will cover Beethoven's complete Violin Sonatas, performed by two of Canada's most outstanding musicians. Andrew Wan is concertmaster of the Montreal Symphony Orchestra and Charles Richard-Hamelin was winner of the silver medal at the 2015 International Chopin Piano Competition. In this first volume, we find the three Sonatas, Op. 30, each hig...
Andrew Wan and Charles Richard-Hamelin do a terrific job of discerning Beethoven on new VS release / STAGEANDCINEMA
Beethoven composed his Sonatas for Violin and Piano, Op. 30 in 1801-02, completing most of the work between March and May of 1802. Dedicated to Czar Alexander I of Russia, the three sonatas - A major, C minor and G major - were developed during a traumatic period in Beethoven's life when he was forced to admit to himself that he was losing his hearing (just four months after composing the sonatas, Beetho...
Gramophone 'Listening Room' features Hahn, Wan & more
In James Jolly's weekly Gramophone playlist, the concerto never loses its appeal to composers, and hence to performers: this week we run the gamut from Vivaldi via Beethoven to the film-composer James Newton Howard who has written a work for James Ehnes that stands, to these ears at any rate, a notch above the kind of concert-hall fare that composers for film usually produce – as well as the us...