At the Wigmore Hall, the athenian pianist Alexanda Nomidou revealed a perfecttly natural comprehension of the rubato that becomes more and more impressive as the recital develops (…..) the balance between poetry and power reached perfection.
The Scenes d’ enfants, the Papillons and the Danses des Compagnons de David were interpreted by an artist of amazing talent.
An hour of great music. A moment of privilege….The beauty of her playing : unspeakable in the Etudes Symphoniques de Schumann (…..) such an art made from the mastery of a transcendental technique, intelligence, sensibility, delicate expression and powerful simultaneously : indescribable. Such a masterpiece has never before insipired so highly an interpreter.
In the Concerto No1 of Liszt, the director and the soloist captured our attention from the first to the last note…..fluid musicality, a brilliant sound, a solid technique in the vistuosic passages….she highlights the esoteric lyricism of the concerto.
In Alexandra Nomidou we recognise a great pianist. She has an absolute control, a rare musicality……She has used her impressive technique naturally and with freedom…..A deep, clear, flexible, impetuous or volatile sound.
About her role in the “Les Chants de l’aube”:
The music appears like another lovers’ dialogue, masterfully translated by Alexandra Nomidou, an exceptional pianist, invaded too by the love of Schumann.
The key to paradise is in the hands of Alexandrra Nomidou, a Clara-pianist that will revive for you the works of our enchanter, Eusebius and Florestan at the same moment.
Alexandra Nomidou ties on her clavier the strongest link that unites those two beings…