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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.

Lledo, Marta

Marta Lledo

Marta Lledo is an internationally renowned pianist, known for her moving, passionate tango interpretations, as well as her classical repertoire.

Pianotainment

Pianotainment

Pianotainment’s up-beat duo-piano concerts have become a global sensation, bringing  their unique brand of complex four-handed piano and humorous stage performance to sold out crowds world-wide.

Bezprozvannkh, Elena

Elena Bezprozvannykh

A Blüthner recording artist and concert pianist.

 

Pizarro, Artur

Artur Pizarro

‘...for those who value above all the intoxicating allure of these treasurable pieces, Pizarro has no rivals’ - International Record Review.

Reyes, Elaine

Elaine Reyes

"Over the past few years, nobody has impressed as much as this young pianist. She is already a real artist and
deserves all support to establish herself publicly. " - Vladimir ASHKENAZY
"A moving, captivating and unforgettable Haydn concerto ! " - Tibor VARGA
"An outstanding musical talent. " - Martha ARGERICH

Titova. Kateryna

Kateryna Titova

"Titova conjures a lush Rachmaninov from her instrument such as we know – and love – from pianists of the Russian school. This young pianist never loses her feeling for a grand sound, which is one of her distinguishing features, and she also has a truly remarkable chordal technique. Rachmaninov's delicate solo pieces Prélude op. 23 (No. 4 & 5) and Élegie op. 3/1 turn into gleaming gems in her hands."
-Piano News, 2/2008

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