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Gabriel Gorog

French-Italian pianist Gabriel Gorog was born in Venice into a musician family, and achieved acclaim early when he won First Prize at the Benedetto Marcello Conservatory in Venice, in 1982. Gorog then moved to Paris, studying at the Ecole Normale de Musique, from which he graduated in 1992. Among the prizes won by Gorog include First Prizes at the Saint-Vincent, Bellini, Schumann, and Musique Espérance competitions, as well as the Grand Prix at the piano competition sponsored by the Foundation Charles Oulmont - Foundation de France.

Gorog has concertized both as a soloist and a chamber musician throughout Europe, the U.S., and South America. He has performed for radio and television broadcasts in Brazil, Belgium, Hungary, and France.

Gorog has a broad repertory, ranging from J.S. Bach to the present, with a particular interest in lesser-known Russian composers - such as Felix Blumenfeld, whose works appear here in the Classical Archives. Gorog has also recorded the piano music of Rachmaninov and Kabelevski. He is currently a professor of piano at the Russian Conservatory of Paris, Serge Rachmaninov.

Reviews

"A remarkable sense of rubato, expressive communication, brilliant technique without coldness, a fexible sense of rhythmic articulation - a brilliant discovery."

Giuseppe Sinopoli, Conductor

"Gabriel Gorog gives a superb performance of Kabelevsky with such subtlety, that one should listen and re-listen to this disc to capture all its nuances and finesse."

The International Compact Disc Guide

Gabriel Gorog
8, rue Fustel de Coulanges
75005 PARIS
Tel/Fax: 33.(1).43.54.31.31


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