Chopin Piano Concerto No. 1 Op.11 Evgeny Kissin


The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
Conductor: Zubin Mehta

This performance is from the Israel Philarmonic Orchestra 75th anniversary gala concert which took place in Tel Aviv, 24 December 2011.


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  1. In every note, there is a conversation between Kissin and Chopin. Chopin's music is eternal. In awe of the fact that he composed this piece at the age of ~20. Would he ever know that it is still being played after more than 150 years? More, this is a piece he composed for the study at his music school and the professor criticized that the orchestra part is "weak"……

  2. This is a nice concerto, but I dont care for the first movement. It's too long and doesnt build to much of anything. Second movement is beautiful, and third movement is a nice finisher. Its incredibly difficult, sometimes too much for it's own good. That's chopin for you though.

  3. What a beauty. Listening to Chopin always brings me to heaven, this music comes straight from the soul. What a genius he was, and this performance from Kissin is almost perfect. Thanks for the upload, I keep listening this concerto as much as I can, it's wonderful. Greetings from Italy.

  4. It is at the level of disturbance after a lifetime listening of krystian zimerman's recording. It proves what a legendary pianist krystian is. I am not the fan of This approach. Definitely not.

  5. "Kissin was born in Moscow in October 1971 and began to play by ear and improvise on the piano at the age of two. At six years old, he entered a special school for gifted children, the Moscow Gnessin School of Music, where he was a student of Anna Pavlovna Kantor, who has been his only teacher. At the age of ten, he made his concerto debut playing Mozart’s Piano Concerto K. 466 and gave his first solo recital in Moscow one year later. He came to international attention in March 1984 when, at the age of twelve, he performed Chopin’s Piano Concertos 1 and 2 in the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory with the Moscow State Philharmonic under Dmitri Kitaenko." (

  6. Evgeny Igorevich Kissin (Russian: Евге́ний И́горевич Ки́син, romanized: Evgénij Ígorevič Kísin; born 10 October 1971) is a Russian classical pianist. He became a British citizen in 2002 and an Israeli citizen in 2013. He first came to international fame as a child prodigy. He has a wide repertoire and is especially known for his interpretations of the works of the Romantic era, particularly those of Franz Schubert, Frédéric Chopin, Robert Schumann, Franz Liszt, Johannes Brahms and Sergei Rachmaninoff, as well as of Ludwig van Beethoven. He is commonly viewed as a great successor of the Russian piano school because of the depth, lyricism and poetic quality of his interpretations. (


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