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New CD with Simon Höfele

Simon Höfele, trumpet – 1st award winner of the Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy University Competition 2015
Release: 3rd June 2016
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Luciano Berio (1925–2003) Sequenza X

Paul Hindemith (1895–1963) Sonata for trumpet and piano

Georg Antheil (1900–1959) Sonata for trumpet and piano

Simon Höfele, trumpet
Frank Dupree, piano

Debut CD

Frank Dupree – Award winner “Deutscher Musikwettbewerb 2014”
Release: 3rd July 2015
Label:GENUIN – Primavera
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Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827) Piano Sonata No. 1 F minor, Op. 2 No. 1

Alban Berg (1885-1935) Piano Sonata Opus 1 (revised Edition in 1925)

Peter Eövtös (1944*) Erdenklavier-Himmelklavier (2003/2006) in memoriam Luciano Berio – Version II

Luciano Berio (1925–2003) from „6 Encores pour piano“
Wasserklavier (1965)
Luftklavier (1985)
Feuerklavier (1989)

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827) Piano Sonata No. 32 C minor, Op. 111

Press comments

WDR 3 TonArt

„The young pianist proves to have a discerning mind, with a keen sense of different musical styles.”

„A musician who knows the blueprints of his pieces by heart and advances with a clear mind.“

Nicolas Tribes, 3rd August 2015
SWR2 Treffpunkt Klassik

„One can only congratulate Dupree on his program because it betrays an unconventional and independent personality.”

„A very personal interpretation“


Lotte Thaler, 2nd September 2015
Südwest Presse

„A new star pianist“

"The elegant debut of a great pianist!“

„Deep-reaching and weightless playing“

Burkhard Schäfer, 18 July 2015
Rhein Main Magazin

„Fantastic pianist“

Magazin 8/2015

„We hear in conjunction with excellent craftsmanship: straightforward playing, deft handling of heterogeneous literature, delicate tone, and grasp for the great interrelations of complex facture.“

„Extraordinary maturity, technical perfection, a repertoire of significant diversity and refined interpretation.“

Martin Hoffmeisters. Magazin No. 88
American Record Guide

“The three Berio works (…) are perfectly served by Dupree’s white-hot technique. The Berg has more passion and verve than many performances (…). And the Eötvös, a memorial for Berio, is atmospheric and haunting, revealing the great tonal variety of Dupree’s playing – Lovely sound."

Haskins, May/June 2016