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Ingolf Wunder

Individual expressiveness

Ingolf Wunder is a pianist who not only looks at the music from a pianistic point of view, but also puts much thought into the melodic line and the overall context. This intention became immediately clear in his interpretation of the Piano Concerto KV 467 by W.A. Mozart. He played the thematic lines of the famous work in good contact between the orchestra musicians and the conductor, and also focused on the rhetoric of Mozarts music. [...]

Highlights were the cadenzas, which came from Ingolf Wunder himself, because here the personality of the pianist and his sense for the tonal quality of the music of Mozart were particularly expressed. He created an atmosphere of resonance spaces and transformed the “flow of movement” exactly into such spaces.

With works by Liszt and Chopin, Ingolf Wunder thanked the enthusiastic audience.

Bregenz Kulturzeitschrift | 03.04.2018 | Silvia Thurner

Individual expressiveness

Ingolf Wunder is a pianist who not only looks at the music from a pianistic point of view, but also puts much thought into the melodic line and the overall context. This intention became immediately clear in his interpretation of the Piano Concerto KV 467 by W.A. Mozart. He played the thematic lines of the famous work in good contact between the orchestra musicians and the conductor, and also focused on the rhetoric of Mozarts music. [...]

Highlights were the cadenzas, which came from Ingolf Wunder himself, because here the personality of the pianist and his sense for the tonal quality of the music of Mozart were particularly expressed. He created an atmosphere of resonance spaces and transformed the “flow of movement” exactly into such spaces.

With works by Liszt and Chopin, Ingolf Wunder thanked the enthusiastic audience.

Bregenz Kulturzeitschrift | 03.04.2018 | Silvia Thurner