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Francesco Tristano Schlime

Francesco Tristano Schlime

Francesco Tristano Schlime


Francesco Tristano Schlimé is the winner of the first prize of the 2004 “Concours International de piano XXe siècle d’Orléans” (France). He has participated in numerous festivals, and performed as soloist in many concerts in Europe, Asia and South America. He made his United States debut as a soloist in 2000 with conductor Mikhail Pletnev and the Russian National Orchestra. He has since performed with the Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra Read more on Last.fm
Francesco Tristano Schlimé is the winner of the first prize of the 2004 “Concours International de piano XXe siècle d’Orléans” (France). He has participated in numerous festivals, and performed as soloist in many concerts in Europe, Asia and South America. He made his United States debut as a soloist in 2000 with conductor Mikhail Pletnev and the Russian National Orchestra. He has since performed with the Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra, the National Orchestra of Lille, the Chamber Orchestra of Wroclaw, the Chamber Orchestra of Wallonia, and the New Juilliard Ensemble in New York, under the batons of Claus-Peter Flor, Pierre-Michel Durand, Georges Octors, Janos Fürst and Joel Sachs. He founded the New Bach Players in 2001 and performs with the chamber ensemble as both soloist and conductor. In 2004 he presented and conducted, at the Grand Théâtre de Luxembourg and the Beaux-Arts in Brussels, an original transcription/adaptation for piano and strings of Antonio Vivaldi’s Four Seasons. Francesco T.

Schlimé has been composing since childhood. “E pur si muove” and his “Sonnet” for viola and cello are examples of compositions in the classical style. Inspired as well by contemporary genres, he has written jazz works for solo piano and jazz ensembles. He also explores his interest in improvisation together with pianist Rami Khalifé or with soloists of the Russian National Orchestra. He has recorded the Goldberg Variations and the complete cycle of Bach’s keyboard concertos with the New Bach Players, available from CD Accord, in Warsaw.

His recording of Luciano Berio’s complete piano works has recently been released under the label of Abeille Musique in France. Born in 1981 in Luxembourg, Francesco T. Schlimé attended conservatories in Luxembourg, Brussels, Riga and Paris before entering Juilliard School, from where he graduated, earning Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in music. The professors from whom he has received piano training include Béatrice Rauchs, Emile Naoumoff, Jean-Claude Vanden Eynden, Jerome Lowental, Jacob Lateiner, Rosalyn Tureck, Bruce Brubaker and Mikhail Pletnev. The depth and maturity of Francesco T. Schlimé’s musical culture enable him to combine, with unusual ease, his love for classical music, jazz, contemporary music, improvisation and composition. Francesco T.

Schlimé currently lives in Barcelona. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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