« … Like a clear star, keeping rhythm clean with extreme controls, sparkling expression, beautiful, with the noble profile of the famous Saint Petersburg poet Ana Achmatova, she played Mozart, Sjosta’s roaring second sonata, work also of the Belgian-Russian composer A. Eggerickx, and the Suite Dzouba in 5 parts of the unknown Russian Leonid Polovinkin. »
(New Flemish music review)
» …And if you think beauty comes from God, you could have maintained religious probity by coming to hear Anait Karpova play the piano and still made it to church for the hymn Ð which is about as much beauty as one can take in during one spring evening. … Her style is Russian, which means passionate and fiery, but it is steadied by German intellect and French elegance. Her virtuosity is not merely for display, though the display is splendid… «
Paros Life – Jeffrey Carson, May 2007 – Archilochos Hall – April 3, 2007
Download Biografie Oficielle en français ici.
Télécharger images de grand format pour la presse – cliquez sur les photos ci-dessous: