Shopping Cart

0 Items in Cart
Gottlieb Wallisch

Gottlieb Wallisch

Gottlieb Wallisch is recognised internationally as one of the finest present day interpreters of the Viennese Piano tradition.



Mozart: Piano Concertos Nos. 12, 13 & 14, The Chamber Version
Mozart: Piano Concertos Nos. 12, 13 & 14, The Chamber Version
Master Mozartian Gottlieb Wallisch & the Piatti Quartet perform rarely-heard chamber orchestrations. 

CKD 424  

The Super Audio Collection Volume 6
The Super Audio Collection Volume 6
Includes premiere recordings, memorable debuts and new takes on popular repertoire. 

AKP 408  

Mozart: Paris & Vienna
Mozart: Paris & Vienna
Gottlieb Wallisch explores Mozart's rich piano repertoire of works associated with Paris and Vienna. 

CKD 407  

Mozart in Vienna
Mozart in Vienna
a selection of Mozart's best-loved works played by Austrian pianist Gottlieb Wallisch 

CKD 352  

 

Gottlieb Wallisch - piano

Born to a Viennese family of musicians, Gottlieb Wallisch was accepted to the Vienna University for Music and Performing Arts at the age of six, and later graduated with distinction from the class of Heinz Medjimorec. He has participated in master classes given by Oleg Maisenberg and Dmitrij Bashkirov, and studied with Pascal Devoyon in Berlin and with Jacques Rouvier in Paris. Gottlieb Wallisch is a prize winner of several international piano competitions, amongst which is the 1st Prize and the Grand Prix Ivo Pogorelich at The Stravinsky Awards (USA). He was also a finalist both at the Queen Elizabeth Competition in Brussels and at the Concours Clara Haskil in Vevey.

Gottlieb has performed with leading orchestras including the Wiener Philharmoniker, the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester, the Sinfonia Varsovia, the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra, the Camerata Salzburg, the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, the BBC  National Orchestra of Wales, the Trondheim Symphony Orchestra and the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra, under conductors including Giuseppe Sinopoli, Dennis Russell Davies, Lord Yehudi Menuhin, Louis Langrée, Sir Neville Marriner, Christopher Hogwood, Philippe Entremont, Kirill Petrenko, Lawrence Foster and Walter Weller. Numerous concert tours have taken him to the USA (Carnegie Hall, Washington D.C., Krannert Center West Palm Beach), Great Britain (Wigmore Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall), Japan, Hong Kong, South America, the Middle East, Africa, and many European countries, including Spain, Germany and Switzerland.

He has participated in the international cycle Rising Stars, and has given solo recitals in the largest European capitals (Musikverein Vienna, Konserthus Stockholm, Société Philharmonique in Brussels, the Athens Concert Hall and Wigmore Hall, London), as well as in the USA (Carnegie Hall, New York).

He has made appearances at renowned festivals and concert halls, including the Lucerne Festival, Klavierfestival Ruhr, Beethovenfest Bonn, Schubertiade Schwarzenberg, Tonhalle Zürich, Festival de Wallonie and the Singapore Arts Festival. Recent seasons have seen him performing at the Musikhalle Hamburg, the Kölner Philharmonie, ‘De Doelen' Rotterdam, the Budapest Spring Festival, the December Nights in Moscow and his China debut with the Camerata Salzburg in Beijing and Guangzhou. In the Mozart anniversary year 2006 and the Haydn anniversary year 2009 he gave a cycle of concerts in the Musikverein Vienna dedicated to the works of these composers.

A respected artist of the Viennese piano tradition, Gottlieb released his debut recording on Linn: Mozart in Vienna. In 2010 Gottlieb Wallisch was appointed professor for piano at the Geneva University of Music and named a ‘Steinway Artist' in early 2012.


For further information - www.gottliebwallisch.com
Management -

M.A.M. Management

Gottlieb Wallisch announces Japan dates
21 May 2012
pianist plays live
more >>

Gottlieb Wallisch named Steinway Artist
30 January 2012
pianist joins prestigious list
more >>

Fanfare
‘Here is a different take on Mozart by a quartet often playing wittily as well as exquisitely, and by a talented pianist.’
more >>

Pizzicato
5 Stars
'Gottlieb Wallisch und das Piatti Quartett prasentieren sehr Uberzeugende Interpretationen der Klavierkonzerte 12, 13 und 14, wobei insbesondere Wallisch sich als ein ebenso nuancierter wie virtuoser Pianist entpuppt der den jugend Uchen Drive aber auch das bereits vorhandene Genie Mozarts sehr deutlich horbar macht.’
more >>

MusicWeb International
‘skillfully played’
more >>

SA-CD.net
5 Stars
’Another fine disc…’
more >>

Gramophone
‘Wallish’s no-nonesense directness has its virtues.’
more >>

MusicWeb International
‘Gottlieb Wallisch’s elegant piano playing and the subtle and refined touch given to the accompaniment by the Piatti Quartet…’
more >>

Piano News
4½ Stars
'Der Reichtum aber an Farben und Ausdriicken, den die Musiker hier zu erreichen vermogen, besticht in jeder Hinsicht.'
more >>

International Record Review
'There is much fine playing here...'


Musical Pointers
'These are satisfying accounts which we have enjoyed.'
more >>

Discothek
4 Stars
'Der großartige österreichische Pianist und das Piatti Quartet widmen sich Mozarts Klavierkonzerten (Nr. 12, 13, 14) in der Kammerversion. Erfrischend gut, mit Leidenschaft und Hingabe gespielt.'
more >>

Fanfare
'beautifully executed'
more >>

Manchester Evening News
Named one of the 'Top Ten Classical CDs of 2012'


Kurier
4 Stars
Review in German.
more >>

BBC Music Magazine
'...its compilation of sonatas and stand-alone pieces makes for an appealing, astutely varied programme.'
more >>

Pizzicato
Review in German
more >>

Falter
Review in German.
more >>

American Record Guide
'the hidden gems he chose to record are lovely.'
more >>

ORF.at - Ö1 Radio
Review in German.
more >>

Buxton Advertiser
'...precise instrumental technique'
more >>

newsshopper.co.uk
'impressive results.'
more >>

Piano
'...Das Hören muss sich lohnen.'
more >>

Audiophile Audition
5 Stars
'This is a thoroughly enjoyable recital by a master Mozartian.'
more >>

Audio Video Club of Atlanta
'This pianist’s marvelous feeling for lithe rhythms and seemingly effortless spontaneity is evident once again...'
more >>

SA-CD.net
5 Stars
'...this is highly enjoyable'.
more >>

BBC Music Online
'...these passages are also characterised by a beautifully warm and delicate touch. In fact, there is plenty to appreciate on this disc, not least the sheer simple grace of his expression.'
more >>

The Consort
'expressive playing'
more >>

Hifitest.de
'...ein heißer Tipp für Liebhaber erstklassigen Pianospiels.'
more >>

Clavier Companion
"Wallisch superbly illuminates Mozart's craftsmanship..."
more >>

Scotland on Sunday
5 Stars
"This expert recording of Mozart's music from his Vienna years comprises almost half his musical output."
more >>

Wiener Zeitung
"Die Fangemeinde im gut besuchten Brahmssaal zeigte sich begeistert."
more >>

Hi-Fi Critic
"...performances that search and express from within."
more >>

International Record Review
"I look forward to hearing more from this young artist."
more >>

MusicWeb International
"...confidently recommended."
more >>

hi-fi+
5 Stars
"This is a disc that offers a true window into the genius of Mozart through exceptional talent."
more >>

Audio Video Club of Atlanta
"...superbly interpreted by Wallisch."
more >>

Kurier
5 Stars
"...hinreißenden, tief empfundenen Ausdruck."
more >>

Audiophile Audition
5 Stars
"I can report that with Viennese-born Gottlieb Wallisch, we're in good hands."
more >>

Classic FM Magazine
4½ Stars
"superbly recorded, deftly executed with a disarming and unaffected simplicity..."
more >>

Fanfare
"His playing is a thing of rare beauty and a joy to behold...This is a must for all Mozart mavens."
more >>

Sound and Music
"Dalle esecuzioni di Wallisch emergono una suprema eleganza formale e un delicato gusto umoristico che..."
more >>

SA-CD.net
5 Stars
"The sound is one of the best representations of the piano on disc...Strongly recommended."
more >>

The Scotsman
4 Stars
"...the overriding sense is of a young pianist on the verge of an interesting career."
more >>

AudioVideoHD
4½ Stars
"Sin duda este es un interesante disco, muy recomendable para mozartianos y que seguro gustará a los amantes de la música clásica en general."
more >>

Opus Musica
"Una grabación para deleitarse una y otra vez en su escucha."
more >>

Piano News
"Neben den ausdrucksstark gespielten Sonaten B-Dur KV 570 und D-Dur KV 576 glänzt Wallisch mit einem farbenreichen Rondo a-Moll KV 511 und der transparent leuchtenden Fantasie d-Moll KV 397."
more >>

05 March 2014
Europe
Musikverein, Austria, Vienna

Bad Boy of Music - G. Antheil



 



29 March 2014
Europe
MuTh, Austria, Vienna


06 April 2014
Europe
Festival "Konturen" Brühl, Germany


22 April 2014
Europe
Neuchâtel, Switzerland


27 April 2014
Europe
Int. Stiftung Mozarteum, Austria, Salzburg


30 April 2014
Europe
Konzerthaus, Austria, Vienna


17 May 2014
Europe
Brandenburger Symphoniker, Germany, Brandenburg

Boudewijn Cox: Piano Concerto; German Premiere



21 May 2014
Europe
Musikverein, Austria, Vienna

Wiener Akademie, Martin Haselböck - conductor, w. Benjamin Schmid, violin & Jan Vogler, cello



22 May 2014
Europe
Neuchâtel, Switzerland


19 June 2014
Europe
MuTh, Austria, Vienna