Taka Kigawa
"Phenomenon... There's no denying he's something special." - The New York Times
Sample Repertoires
Ludwig van Beethoven: Sonata No. 32 in C minor, Op. 111

"The first movement, with its strong three-note motto, subsequently borrowed by the likes of Schubert and Mahler, sounded here like a pronouncement of great import which leads to an emotionally heated discussion finally resolved in sensibility and reason. And Kigawa took the second movement (actually several movements in one) crisply and saw it as far, far removed from the first. The dancing phrases were there and even that delightfully syncopated passage which seems to foretell the age of jazz." - Barry L. Cohen, New Music Connoisseur

Posted: May-17-2019
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