Until Night Falls

CD album cover 'Until Night Falls' (GEN 24828) with Eva Barta

GEN 24828 EAN: 4260036258288

2.2.2024 18.90 €

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Desire, adventure, loneliness, and darkness: the night holds all this for the insightful pianist Eva Barta. On her new GENUIN CD, she has compiled a program of intimate and poetic literature, ranging from well-known and popular pieces such as Debussy's "Clair de Lune" and Rachmaninoff's "Préludes" to exciting discoveries by Weill and Bartók and lieder by Schönberg and Sibelius. Eva Barta herself has transcribed the selected art songs for piano and incorporates her extensive experience in lied interpretation into these expressive, differentiated first recordings.





Klassik Heute
"Eva Barta's playing is lively, clear and rich in nuance. [...] The sound engineering ensured a natural recording with balanced spatiality. A very promising debut!" Review by Antje Rößler, February 23, 2024

Brigitte
"...thrilling solo debut." Review published in 05/2024 issue

Rondo
"Eva Barta interprets all these works with great clarity and transparency, while at the same time succeeding in bringing warmth and cantabile to her playing. [...]" Review by Mario-Felix Vogt, published in 1/2024 issue

Pizzicato
"Eva Barta's playing is extremely lively, very clear and with a power of nuance that testifies to a fine and imaginative creative ability." Review by Remy Franck, February 03, 2024

Eva Barta Piano

link to PDF booklet


Desire, adventure, loneliness, and darkness: the night holds all this for the insightful pianist Eva Barta. On her new GENUIN CD, she has compiled a program of intimate and poetic literature, ranging from well-known and popular pieces such as Debussy's "Clair de Lune" and Rachmaninoff's "Préludes" to exciting discoveries by Weill and Bartók and lieder by Schönberg and Sibelius. Eva Barta herself has transcribed the selected art songs for piano and incorporates her extensive experience in lied interpretation into these expressive, differentiated first recordings.





Klassik Heute
"Eva Barta's playing is lively, clear and rich in nuance. [...] The sound engineering ensured a natural recording with balanced spatiality. A very promising debut!" Review by Antje Rößler, February 23, 2024

Brigitte
"...thrilling solo debut." Review published in 05/2024 issue

Rondo
"Eva Barta interprets all these works with great clarity and transparency, while at the same time succeeding in bringing warmth and cantabile to her playing. [...]" Review by Mario-Felix Vogt, published in 1/2024 issue

Pizzicato
"Eva Barta's playing is extremely lively, very clear and with a power of nuance that testifies to a fine and imaginative creative ability." Review by Remy Franck, February 03, 2024

link to PDF booklet


Desire, adventure, loneliness, and darkness: the night holds all this for the insightful pianist Eva Barta. On her new GENUIN CD, she has compiled a program of intimate and poetic literature, ranging from well-known and popular pieces such as Debussy's "Clair de Lune" and Rachmaninoff's "Préludes" to exciting discoveries by Weill and Bartók and lieder by Schönberg and Sibelius. Eva Barta herself has transcribed the selected art songs for piano and incorporates her extensive experience in lied interpretation into these expressive, differentiated first recordings.





Klassik Heute
"Eva Barta's playing is lively, clear and rich in nuance. [...] The sound engineering ensured a natural recording with balanced spatiality. A very promising debut!" Review by Antje Rößler, February 23, 2024

Brigitte
"...thrilling solo debut." Review published in 05/2024 issue

Rondo
"Eva Barta interprets all these works with great clarity and transparency, while at the same time succeeding in bringing warmth and cantabile to her playing. [...]" Review by Mario-Felix Vogt, published in 1/2024 issue

Pizzicato
"Eva Barta's playing is extremely lively, very clear and with a power of nuance that testifies to a fine and imaginative creative ability." Review by Remy Franck, February 03, 2024