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Axia Marinescu shows a huge talent throughout the high quality of her performances - Pleyel France

About

Axia Marinescu - pianist

A concert pianist “who shows lyrical and plastic keyboard artistry” (Opera Magazine, Paris), Axia Marinescu features a “strong personality and an authentic soloist character, accompanied by a clear and colourful sound” (Théodore Paraschivesco).

 

Axia’s remarkable talent was recognized when she was very young, as a winner of numerous awards at international competitions. Axia Marinescu made a precocious début at the age of 11, with the Romanian National Radio Orchestra in Bucharest, being described by the critics as “an incredible young pianist sharing with Mozart the spirit of genius”. 

2018-2019 season highlights include a China tour, as well as a series of recitals across Europe. Her new CD Introspections dedicated to master-pieces by Mozart, Brahms and Debussy was recently released under the french label Polymnie and received enthusiastic reviews from both public and critics.

Performances

Axia Marinescu, Festival Palermo Classica

3 February 2019 19:15

Palermo, Italy

Programme:

TCHAIKOVSKY

The Seasons op.3

February

April

August

October

LISZT

Liebestraum no.3

Années de pélérinage-II. Italie

Canzone

Jeux d'eau à la Villa d'Este

RACHMANINOV

5 Fantasy Pieces op.3

 

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Axia Marinescu, Imageries Musicales 11 April 2019 20:00


Paris, Béhague Palace

France-Romania 2019 Season

Programme:

SATIE

Gymnopedies, Gnossiennes

DEBUSSY

Images, 1st Book

ZANTE

Tableaux de France for solo piano

RAVEL

Sonatine

ENESCO

PIèces Impromptues op.18

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Axia Marinescu, Romania Tour 28 May 2019 20:00


Programme:

SATIE

Gymnopedies, Gnossiennes

DEBUSSY

Images, 1st Book

ZANTE

Tableaux de France for solo piano

RAVEL

Sonatine

ENESCO

PIèces Impromptues op.18

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Audio

Axia Marinescu, piano - Brahms: Intermezzo op.118 no.1

Axia Marinescu, piano - Brahms: Intermezzo op.118 no.2

Axia Marinescu, piano  - Satie: Gymnopedie no.1