Alim Beisembayev – The Leeds International Piano Competition 2021 – Gold Medal Winner (2021) [FLAC, 24bit, 96 kHz]

Alim Beisembayev - The Leeds International Piano Competition 2021 – Gold Medal Winner (2021) [FLAC, 24bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: Alim Beisembayev
Album: The Leeds International Piano Competition 2021 – Gold Medal Winner
Genre: Classical
Release Date: 2021
Audio Format: FLAC (tracks) 24bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 30:31
Total Tracks: 8
Total Size: 508 MB

Tracklist:

1-1. Alim Beisembayev – Sonata in C Minor, Kk. 22, L. 360 (02:24)
1-2. Alim Beisembayev – Sonata in C-Sharp Minor, Kk. 247, L. 256 (03:03)
1-3. Alim Beisembayev – Sonata in G Major, Kk. 13, L. 486 (03:47)
1-4. Alim Beisembayev – 6 Études, Book 1: No. 2 Cordes à vide (03:09)
1-5. Alim Beisembayev – 8 Études, Book 2: No. 10 Der Zauberlehrling (01:58)
1-6. Alim Beisembayev – 8 Études, Book 2: No. 13 L’escalier du diable (04:52)
1-7. Alim Beisembayev – Miroirs, M. 43: II. Oiseaux tristes (04:01)
1-8. Alim Beisembayev – Miroirs, M. 43: III. Une barque sur l’océan (07:14)

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23-year-old Alim Beisembayev from Kazakhstan has won the 2021 Leeds International Piano Competition, beating four other finalists from around the globe this weekend at a series of thrilling finals at Leeds Town Hall. He becomes the very first winner from Kazakhstan in Leeds history.
As well as winning the First Prize, Beisembayev also took home the medici.tv Audience Prize, voted for by the viewing public at home. The competition’s coverage was watched over 1.3 million times from more than 140 countries around the world. Beisembayev also received the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Society Prize for a performance of a contemporary work. Pianist Imogen Cooper, who chaired this year’s Leeds jury, praised his performance of Ligeti studies in the semi-final. ‘They are some of the hardest ones out there and he played without any scores at all,’ she says. ‘It was breathtaking.’

Beisembayev was a popular performer in the hall on the night of his final, thanks to the fact that he has studied in the UK for many years – as was also the case for two of the other finalists, Thomas Kelly and Ariel Lanyi. He won several prizes during his time at the Purcell School in Hertfordshire, before he went on to study at the Royal Academy of Music with Tessa Nicholson. He is now studying for a master’s degree at the Royal College of Music.

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