Aquiles Delle Vigne

Reviews

Only a few pianists can go from a sparkling Mendelssohn (Double Concerto for piano and Violin, with Alberto Lysy and Lord Yehudi Menuhin) to a thundering Liszt (12 Etudes d’Exécution Trancendente) while passing an aristocratic, sophisticated and charming Ravel (Gaspard de la Nuit and Miroirs)

Harold Schoenberg, The New York Times

 

From silence till steed power (De Falla’s Fantasia Bética, Liszt’s Dante Sonate, C minor Polonaise and Brahms’s F minor Sonate)

SVZ Salzburger Volkszeitung, Salzburg

 

Aquiles Delle Vigne, fantastic pianist and artist, impossible to be compared… (Debussy’s Préludes)

Pierre-Petit, Le Figaro, Paris

 

In every sense, a Master recital. He moved on to twilight recital’s major section with Ravel’s Gaspard de la Nuit and Miroirs. This was a splendid playing, grappling with phenomenal technique in Alborada del gracioso, Ondine and Scarbo It was an engrossing exhibition of how to realise the brilliant colour of Ravel’s passage of virtuosity

Clive 0’Connell, The Age, Melbourne

 

Great monument to Beethoven’s and Schubert’s Sonates Transcendent artist and sublime pianistMonolithic Beethoven’s op. 111 Schubert’s D. 960 dramatic, grandiose and phenomenal virtuosity

Lluis Trullén, ABC, Barcellone

 

In Aquiles Delle Vigne piano meets its master. Amazing Liszt’s Sonate in b minor! The performance was a full demonstration of control of  the music and bend it to his will Full of sound and fury The 24 Préludes, by Chopin, with noble and grandiose conception Great moment of pure Music

Charles Branning, Caller Times, Forth Worth Star-Telegram

 

During the Ravel’s Concerto for the Left Hand, Aquiles Delle Vigne played with a formidable interpretation, powerful and dramatic He is able to galvanise all the virtuosity problems and give us a show of his stupendous and incredible abilities

Maria Teresa Castrillon, El Heraldo de Mexico

 

A prince of the piano… (Beethoven’s Sonates op. 57 and op. 111 and Piazzolla Tangos)

La Repubblica, Rome

 

Grand Seigneur of Pianists… (Debussy’s Préludes)

PRS, Rheinische Post

 

Aquiles Delle Vigne plays with the sound of a Symphonic Orchestra. His style is vigorous, robust, with conviction and without any doubt… (Beethoven’s Eroica Variationen and Chopin’s Second Sonate)

Courant Telegraaf, Den Haag

 

Pianist grandiose

Franz den Herder, Leider Dagblad

 

Like his master Claudio Arrau, Aquiles Delle Vigne plays with a noble, inspired and sublime style: with fluid interior and passionate colour… (Mozart’s C minor and Schumann’s C majeur Fantaisies) Memorable Liszt’s Sonate!: passion, force, tension, transcendental virtuosity, power, conviction and above all noblesse

Alfred Hoffmann, Actualitatea Muzicala, Bucaresti

 

Sublime Beethoven’s Fourth Concerto

O Globo, Rio de Janeiro

 

Overwhelming Liszt’s Second Concerto, grandiose interpretation. Octaves and thirds with meteoric clarity

Enrique Hernandez, La Prensa, Buenos Aires

 

Aquiles Delle Vigne, powerful and mercurial pianist… Magic, marvellous Ravel… (Miroirs) Impressive Mussorgski… (Pictures) Other four ‘encores’, in the line of the great ‘Romantik’ of the piano

Nini Ganguzza, La Sicilia, Teatro Massimo

 

Aquiles Delle Vigne, real giant of the piano

Pieter Van Heen, Muziekjournaal, Den Haag

 

Liszt’s fire for Delle Vigne’s passion… (Liszt’s Concerto N° 2)

Fulvia Conter, Giornale de Brecia

 

Real sublime during the Beethoven’s Emperor Concerto with the National Orchestra and Georges Octors… Steel structure and spirit

Alice Libert, La Libre Belgique

 

Exciting and exalted Beethoven’s Fantasia for Piano, Chœur and Orchestra… virtuosity, temperament, overwhelming

Magdalène Cotte, La semaine musicale d’Anvers

 

Aquiles Delle Vigne and Alberto Lysy, at Menuhin Festival in Gstadt, full pianistic noblesse, ‘Seigneurs de la Musique’… (Ravels’s integral for piano and violin)

Der Bund, Bern

 

Aquiles Delle Vigne, world-class pianist, began the Concerto and put the listeners into spell. It was absolutely magic… His technique was obviously grandiose and impeccable… A performance to remember… (Beethoven’s Concerti N° 3 and N° 4)

Natchar Pancharoen, Bangkok News

 

Aquiles Delle Vigne, temperament and passion to serve the Music

Jacques Steheman, Le Soir

 

Prodigieuse interpretation of the De Falla’s Fantasia Bética

A.B.C., Madrid