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Recital in Gdansk

With the first notes of Mozart’s Sonata in B-flat major, he hypnotized the public. An amazing lightness of the so...

Recital in Vancouver

[...]displays a talent destined for fame[...]

 A Vancouver Chopin Society pres...

Wunder and who else?

Finals of the Chopin Competition...

[...] When the strong candidate for the first p...

The next triumph of Ingolf Wunder

[...] This performance will go to history of the Competition’, said Marek Dyzewski about e-minor Concerto of the austrian pianist interpretat...

Wunderchopin!

[...] Finally, it was Ingolf Wunder’s turn. He was the only pianist in the final who interacted with the orchestr...

Poetry and emotion

[...]Standing room filled up for Ingolf Wunder, indicating that he is now the audience’s favourite. It’s no...

A league of his own

Today, I believe without doubt that Ingolf Wunder is in a league of his own. His programme, in chronological order, was...

In his shadow

When I arrived at the Philharmonic Hall yesterday evening, everyone was still buzzing about Ingolf Wunder’s perfo...

A morning of wonder and genius

[...] Next up was Ingolf Wunder, another student of a jury member and previous laureate – Adam Harasiewicz. That ...

A triumphant return

Yesterday’s morning favourite was decidedly Ingolf Wunder. Five years ago he prematurely fell out of the running....

Chopin Gazeta

The First Ballad in G Minor op. 23 is completely different, although also originating in romantic poetry. Among several...

Chopin Gazeta

One of the stars of the competition is an Austrian, Ingolf Wunder, who plays magically. But the jury eliminates him. So...

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