To the overview of the Piano Concertos by Ekaterine Khvedelidze.
There you will also find links to order tickets online.
She is particularly committed to her equally powerful and hauntingly sensitive playing of the works of the Russian late Romantic period by Alexander Scriabin or Nikolai Medtner, whose unjustly almost unknown piano works always lead to great surprises in her inspiring piano recitals.
But your programme also includes Chopin, Brahms, Franck/Zhukov, Berg and Rachmaninov.
Unfortunately, the piano concerts planned for 2020 and 2021 could not take place due to the Corona pandemic.
These piano concerts will be partly performed in the second half of 2022 (a.o. Piano Concertos by Ekaterine Khvedelidze with the Leipzig Symphony Orchestra) and made up for in 2023.
All information will be provided here on this website.
In the meantime, however, several recordings and videos have been produced, which we will present to you here shortly.
Piano Concerto Scriabin: The piano concerto in F-sharp minor, op. 20 by Alexander Scriabin will be played Together with the Leipzig Symphony Orchestra conducted by Robbert van Steijn, Ekaterine Khvedelidze will perform three concerts in the Leipzig area: Friday, 18.11.2022 at the Kulturhaus Böhlen Saturday, 19.11.2022 at the Lindensaal Markkleeberg Sunday 20.11.2022 at the Stadtkulturhaus Borna To the overview of [...]
Ekaterine Khvedelidze: in the sold-out Elbphilharmonie, the artist had piano miniatures by Frédéric Chopin, Alexander Scriabin & César Franck ...
Grigory Sokolov Piano Concerto in Münster: When reveling in Igor Zhukov, Emil Gilels and Heinrich Neuhaus, even the master, who is often attributed a "sphinx-like facial expression", shines ...
Chick Corea & Ekaterine Khvedelidze play live together in Berlin:
Lado Chanturia, Ambassador of Georgia Levan Kobiashvili, Ekaterine Khvedelidze & Nana Akobidze Editor-in-Chief Nana Akobidze & Ekaterine Khvedelidze Ekaterine Khvedelidze & Prof. Lado Chanturia, Ambassador of Georgia Chopin Concert at the Georgian Embassy
Some photos of the very labour-intensive, but above all very successful video recording in Berlin. The latest video of the piano concerto Frederic Chopin: Ballade No 4 in f minor, op.52 by the Georgian piano virtuoso Ekaterine Khvedelidze was recorded at the Konzerthaus Berlin am Gendarmenmarkt. A 12-minute tribute to the great Frederic Chopin, featuring the soulful playing of the now [...]
At a mighty black grand piano, framed by deep red curtains, sits the Georgian concert pianist Ekaterine Khvedelidze. She plays Chopin - very concentrated, but at the same time rapt, as if she were a medium of the composer. This scene does not take place in the concert hall as usual, but at her home, very privately. Her soul speaks especially for the Russian composer Skriabin, [...].
Detailed report in the special issue Georgian-German Faces & Names, in which the most outstanding Georgian artists who live in Germany or have a concrete connection to Germany are presented. Georgian-German Faces & Names - Article about the concert pianist Ekaterine Khvedelidze Georgian-German Faces & Names - Cover