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Neue Züricher Zeitung

[…] Ingolf Wunder started his recital with the Piano Sonata B-Dur KV333 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, which showed the talent of the Austrian Pianist, who won the 2nd Prize last year at the prestigious Warsaw Chopin Competition. With a stunning perseverance and the nonchalance of a person that knows exactly what he wants, he enjoyed every detail of that Sonata with playful audaciousness. He continued this lightness with Liszt’s “Soirees de Vienne” after Schubert and also focused on the joyful Liszt with his 6th Hungarian Rhapsody. The dark sides of romanticism he showed with Chopin’s f minor Ballad Op.52 with a fulminat outburst that attracts interest of the further development of this young pianist […]

Michelle Ziegler, 24.10.2011

Neue Züricher Zeitung

[…] Ingolf Wunder started his recital with the Piano Sonata B-Dur KV333 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, which showed the talent of the Austrian Pianist, who won the 2nd Prize last year at the prestigious Warsaw Chopin Competition. With a stunning perseverance and the nonchalance of a person that knows exactly what he wants, he enjoyed every detail of that Sonata with playful audaciousness. He continued this lightness with Liszt’s “Soirees de Vienne” after Schubert and also focused on the joyful Liszt with his 6th Hungarian Rhapsody. The dark sides of romanticism he showed with Chopin’s f minor Ballad Op.52 with a fulminat outburst that attracts interest of the further development of this young pianist […]

Michelle Ziegler, 24.10.2011