Eve Egoyan (piano)
Recital Hall, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire
200 Jennens Road, B4 7XR
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Nicole Lizée David Lynch Etudes for piano and video (2015)
Chiyoko Szlavnics Constellations I-III for piano and sinetones (2011)
Ann Southam Selections from Simple Lines of Inquiry (2007) with the video Machine for Taking Time by David Rokeby (2006-2007)
Eve Egoyan is an artist whose medium is the piano. Her performances encompass diverse sensibilities, from Alvin Curran’s five-hour long to Erik Satie’s miniatures; from minimalist Simple Lines of Enquiry by Ann Southam to works of maximalist complexity by Michael Finnissy; from the barely audible to roaring overtone-filled resonances; from rigorous interpretation of a score to free improvisation.
“Eve Egoyan’s pianism has strengths in abundance, fully justifying (composer) Michael Finnissy’s testimony that ‘she illuminates the music she plays; an alchemy, authenticity and fearlessness’.” International Piano Magazine