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The Blüthner Artists and Friends

One of the greatest privileges known to any pianomaker is the opportunity to collaborate with the artists of their day and to hear their instrument under the hands of a master.   In turn, the artist’s instrument of choice becomes their voice, and their vehicle for inspiration. Through the unique, captivating sound of the Golden Tone, the Blüthner instrument has been honored to receive the adoration of some of the world’s finest composers and musicians throughout the generations.

BCategories beginning with "B"
Blüthner Artists
Bah, Assisa

Aissa Bah

Aissa Bah has a large repertoire gave a very successful "Début-recitals" in Finland and in Belgium with the entire "20 Regards sur l'Enfant-Jésus" by Messiaen.

Bezprozvannkh, Elena

Elena Bezprozvannykh

A Blüthner recording artist and concert pianist.

 

Briner, Sibylle

Sibylle Briner

Sibylle Briner became well known to a wide audience through her joint concerts throughout Germany with the tenor Björn Casapietra.  She also accompanied him during the moving benefit concert given for the victims of the Haiti earthquake in January 2010 by the Berlin Philharmonic.  A CD of which is soon to be released by Sony Music.  In contrast to this classical side, she has given many "cross border" concerts with Casapietra’s half-brother Uwe Hassbecker, guitarist in the rock band "Silly".

Burger, Markus

Markus Burger

is a critically acclaimed multi facetted improviser, pianist and recording artist and has played and worked with: Joe La Barbera, Bob Magnusson, Peter Weniger, Kenny Wheeler, Normah Winston, Marshall Hawkins, Andrea Tofanelli, Paul Kreibich, Cecil Payne, John Tchicai, Bob Mintzer, Jan von Klewitz, Chris Walden,Michael Schiefel, Jim Linahon, Bill Yeager, Mat Marucci, Mitch Holder to name a few! He played Jazz Festival throughout Europe, Africa and the US.