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Ingolf Wunder

Recital in Gdansk

With the first notes of Mozart’s Sonata in B-flat major, he hypnotized the public. An amazing lightness of the sound and an enormous emotional involvement appealed to the listeners. Ingolf Wunder plays the piano as he would talk with somebody. Listening to that emotional, truly touching dialogue was an unforgettable experience. The Austrian pianist showed also his versatility. Mozart was light, full of finesse, simply with sense of humour. But in Liszt’s Hungarian Rhapsody no. 6 and Soirees de Vienne no. 6, he seemed to be a veritable volcano of energy. […] Listening to his interpretation of Chopin works, one could understand, why for so many people Wunder was the obvious frontrunner [of the Chopin Competition 2010].

Recital in Gdansk

With the first notes of Mozart’s Sonata in B-flat major, he hypnotized the public. An amazing lightness of the sound and an enormous emotional involvement appealed to the listeners. Ingolf Wunder plays the piano as he would talk with somebody. Listening to that emotional, truly touching dialogue was an unforgettable experience. The Austrian pianist showed also his versatility. Mozart was light, full of finesse, simply with sense of humour. But in Liszt’s Hungarian Rhapsody no. 6 and Soirees de Vienne no. 6, he seemed to be a veritable volcano of energy. […] Listening to his interpretation of Chopin works, one could understand, why for so many people Wunder was the obvious frontrunner [of the Chopin Competition 2010].