Wiesengrund - die Sonate op. 111: Thomas Enhco

Bei diesem musikalischen Happening spielen das ganze Wochenende über Pianist*innen die letzte Sonate von L. v. Beethoven, Nr. 32 op. 111, um sie immer wieder neu zu hören und zu verstehen.

Das Event findet vom 13.-16.12. in der Meininger Str. 8 in Berlin-Schöneberg statt. Eine Anmeldung oder Ticketbuchung ist nicht erforderlich - alle sind willkommen. Hinter dem Ticketbutton verbirgt sich in Kürze ein Zeitplan mit einer Übersicht aller Pianist*innen.
14.12.2019
16:40 bis 17:10 Uhr
Berlin

Thomas Enhco

Thomas Enhco, born in Paris, France in 1988, is a French pianist and composer in jazz and classical music.
He began classical training on the violin and piano as a child and studied formally at the CMDL and the Paris
National Conservatory. Since then, he has achieved international recognition, recording for labels Verve,
Deutsche Grammophon and Sony Music and performing 100 concerts per year around the world.
Among the venues that have invited him, are Jazz Festivals of Tokyo, Montréal, Vienne, Montreux, Istanbul,
North Sea, Olympia Hall... and classical venues such as Philharmonie de Paris, Bordeaux Opéra, Flagey
(Brussels), La Roque d'Anthéron festival, Shanghai Grand Theater, Mozarteum (Salzburg), Théâtre du
Châtelet, Beijing Concert Hall…
His most recent releases as a leader are the albums « Thirty » in solo piano and with symphony orchestra in
his own Piano Concerto (Sony Classical, 2019), « Funambules » in duo with virtuoso percussionist Vassilena
Serafimova (Deutsche Grammophon, 2016), « Feathers » in solo piano in his own compositions (Verve,
2015) and « Fireflies » with his jazz trio (Label Bleu, 2012).
As a classical soloist, he has played concertos by Mozart, Ravel, Gershwin, Adams and Beethoven as well as
his own two concertos with symphony orchestras of Bordeaux, Kyoto, Pau, Avignon, Geneva, Orchestre
National de France, with conductors Junichi Hirokami, James Gaffigan, Mathieu Herzog, Jean-Claude
Casadesus, Fayçal Karoui, Pierre Dumoussaud…
As a composer, he has written more than 100 works and gets commissions from orchestras, chamber music
ensembles, choirs and soloists.
He has won awards such as the “Révélation” prize at the Victoires du Jazz (French equivalent to the Grammy
Awards), the Django d’Or “New Talent” award, the 3rd Grand Prize at the Martial Solal International Jazz
Piano Competition, the 2nd Grand Prize at the Osaka International Chamber Music Competition, the FIPA
d'Or for Best Film Music…
Enhco has recorded and performed with top jazz and classical artists like Jack DeJohnette, John Patitucci,
Didier Lockwood, Kurt Rosenwinkel, José James, Peter Erskine, Ibrahim Maalouf, Gilad Hekselman;
Renaud Capuçon, Natalie Dessay, Henri Demarquette, Michel Dalberto, Khatia Buniatishvili, Laurent
Naouri, Anne-Sofie Von Otter, Quatuor Ebene, Quatuor Arod, Lise de la Salle, Beatrice Rana…
Since 2013, Thomas Enhco is supported in his projects by Fondation BNP Paribas.

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14.12.2019 - Berlin
Wiesengrund - die Sonate op. 111: Thomas Enhco
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