Gianluca Luisi is Italian and, as such, he feels close to the Italian piano tradition. He loves to play Bach, for which he regularly receives praises from critics, and also Schumann, Beethoven or modern composers. Limiting its repertoire is difficult.
His sound is mature, calm and wise, beautiful and yet with the fire of an artist who seeks to enter deeper and deeper into the thought and the sound of the composers … (go to the artist)
Specialising in virtuoso repertoire, much of it previously considered unplayable, Scherbakov has been called a “modern Rachmaninov” and has gained international acclaim for his performances of Liszt’s transcriptions of the Beethoven symphonies. A very special repertoire choice… (more)