A new video has been released from a live concert at the New Classical FM featuring a savoury selection of Mazurkas by Frederic Chopin among other works. Performance date: November 30, 2018
Violinist Daniel Hope and pianist Daniel Wnukowski join rapturously together in a glowingly recorded collection guaranteed to keep your index finger returning to the repeat button.
International Record Review 2016
At his Toronto concert, Wnukowski performed mazurkas by Jewish composers for an ecstatic audience.
Canadian Jewish News (November 2018)
With virtuoso brilliance, Daniel Wnukowski captivates as a soloist.
The New Listener (December 2017)
The dashing pianist, Daniel Wnukowski, launches upon a jaunty atonal string of notes, only to swerve into virtuosic pomposities recalling an earlier age […] and the performances do [the composer] proud.
Sunday Times (March 2018)
A fierce inner conviction and sense of discovery […] mandatory listening for anyone with a serious interest in early 20th-century music.
Fanfare Magazine (September 2018)
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In “Conversations with Chopin”, Daniel Wnukowski presents a unique glimpse into the world of Mazurkas tracing their origins from the 19th century to the many interesting developments that took place during the 20th century interwar period.
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Daniel takes part in a special documentary produced in the U.S., honouring the life of exiled Polish composer Karol Rathaus. The documentary will trail the life of Rathaus from his humble beginnings in Tarnopol, to his studies in Germany and Austria, his harrowing escape journey throughout France and the U.K., and ending with his new […]