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Ariel Lanyi - A pianist who takes no prisoners


 Were every young pianist as intensely musical, intellectually probative, fastidiously prepared and well focused as Ariel Lanyi, the world of classical music would be in deep trouble. Fortunately for the savvy listener, Mr. Lanyi’s authority, which belies his age, takes no prisoners as he expertly leads us on a no-nonsense artistic journey as satisfying as it is substantive. There Is nothing in the least superficial about Mr. Lanyi’s always thoughtful music making, which speaks volumes for the artist he is and continues to blossom into. He brings to his wide repertoire a remarkable seriousness of purpose that demonstrates uncommonly astute judgment and maturity, qualities that will serve him well for the long and prosperous career that certainly awaits him.”

- John Bell Young, pianist, recording artist, former music  critic for the American Record Guide, Clavier and the St Petersburg Times

 

2015 Schedule
March 3

Ashqelon, Israel: Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 4

March 15

Tel-Aviv, Israel: Recital with violinist Alon Yariv at Felicja Blumental Music Center

April-May

Across Israel: Series of performances with cellist Simca Heled

May 4

Jerusalem, Israel: Recital with violinist Alon Yariv and cellist Eduard Šístek

May 5

Ashdod, Israel: Recital with violinist Alon Yariv and cellist Eduard Šístek

May 6

Tel-Aviv, Israel: Recital with violinist Alon Yariv and cellist Eduard Šístek

May 17

Jerusalem, Israel: Finishing recital at Conservatory of Jerusalem Academy of Music

May 21

London, UK: Recital at St. Giles’ Cripplegate (Buy tickets now)

September 6

London, UK: Recital at Mill Hill Music Club

November 24

London, UK: Recital at St. Martin in the Fields

December 12

Tel-Aviv, Israel: Recital with cellist Simca Heled

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