That a young musician and composer ensures both the club scene as well as in classical concert halls fOr excitement simultaneously, is likely to be a novelty worldwide. Also new is that the purists of the classic and the techno-bearing agree is. Einig in their irritation over someone who does not follow the rules. Francesco Tristano is usual irritation. When he plays with his trio Sunrise Club Techno down notes, then the audience is initially uncertain. may be irritated even the experienced concertgoers and classical music lover who first experienced as a pianist leaves an original composition in a piece of Frescobaldi transitioning. As if it were a DJ.
The boldness with which the 30 year old Francesco Tristano eras and styles are combined and sometimes can even collide like lack of understanding. Where the native of Luxembourg is not a provocateur in the proper sense. Everything he does is an expression of openness that tolerates no borders, no narrowing. shaped by generations of classical pianists interpretational conventions - Tristano knows about it, but he ignored them. His artistic self does not ask for legitimacy. If he revels about with his dynamic play soulful in really strict Baroque music, he is radical. But radicalism is not an end with him.
Tristano's talent is unquestionable. His technique is Outstanding, his playing is virtuosic, his interpretations are bold and unconventional. But he never behaves like a pure sound striker. His knowledge of the repertoire in the baroque, classical, contemporary music, jazz or club music corresponding to his experience and playing ability. Tristano's doing is always reflected and testifies to the respectful treatment of music. Whereby the pianist the existence of stylistic boundaries denies plain.
Francesco Tristano starts playing the piano at the age of five. At 13, he gave his first concert of his own compositions. Later he plays tours as a soloist or with prestigious orchestras such as the Russian National Orchestra, the French National Orchestra Lille or the Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra. Tristano founded the chamber ensemble The New Bach Players, with whom he performs as a conductor. With the use of a Steinway grand piano and old, vibrato-less bows on contemporary string instruments this formation deliberately breaks with the conventions of historical performance practice.
At the Juilliard School in New York Tristano completed one of the last students a Master Class at the Bach legend Rosalyn Tureck. He passes through the conservatories in Brussels, Riga, Paris and Luxembourg, and the Music Academy of Catalonia. In 2004 he won the prestigious international piano prize for contemporary music in French Orleans. To date he has released eleven albums, including the critically acclaimed and recognized with various awards recordings of Bach's Goldberg Variations and the pianistic oeuvre Luciano Berio. 2007 appears the album Not for piano, on which he presented using stylistic borrowings from classical and minimalist music its own versions of techno classics for piano solo. 2011 presents its debut at the traditional label German gramophone with a combined program of music by Johann Sebastian Bach and John Cage. In the 2010/11 season Tristano is Artist in Residence at the Hamburger Symphoniker, currently cooperates Tristano among others with Carl Craig, one of the protagonists of the Detroit techno scene in the second generation. In 2012/13 projects with the Zurich Tonhalle and the Basel Symphony Orchestra are planned.
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