Lady Elizabeth Sombart remains one of the greatest pianists to grace the surface of the earth and she has again delivered another masterpiece in a new project titled Beethoven PIANO CONCERTOS Nos. 5. The body of work is done in celebration of the 250th anniversary of the birth of the sublime composer, Beethoven, and is currently available on Spotify and other digital streaming platforms.
Born in Bonn, Ludwig van Beethoven is a German composer and pianist and currently ranks as one of the most admired composers in the history of Western music. His works are amongst the most performed of the classical music repertoire, and decades after his death, Beethoven’s music talent and works remain outstanding in the world of entertainment. Over the years, several stakeholders in the industry have worked on recreating different pieces from the German music legend. However, many of the remade works do not have the kind of effect Beethoven would have been proud of. Lady Elizabeth Sombart, therefore, aims to make Ludwig van Beethoven turn and smile in his grave with the rendition of the complete BEETHOVEN concertos for piano and orchestra.
With this latest work, Lady Elizabeth Sombart closes the recordings of the complete Beethoven piano concertos (six piano concertos). This also makes her the only artist that has honored the sublime composer with such a dense and rich program in 2020.
The project is done in collaboration with Pierre Vallet and Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, London, giving the best possible appreciation to one of the best entertainers in the world to celebrate the 250th anniversary of his birth. Lady Elizabeth Sombart is looking to bless the ears of millions of music lovers across the globe with the amazing compilation.
No other person could have done an amazing rendition of Beethoven’s works than Lady Elizabeth Sombart. The award-winning entertainer has been playing the piano all her life as she started studying the piano from the tender age of seven. As a philanthropist and an advocate of classical music, Elizabeth Sombart seeks to share the genre with the widest possible audiences and with people from disadvantaged backgrounds. Consequently, she created the Fondation Résonnance in 1998 to bring classical music to outreach venues, including hospitals, orphanages, and prisons. The foundation also aims to establish piano schools open to all without any age restrictions, based upon the principles of free teaching, with no exams or competitions.
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