“Her keyboard technique is formidable. Massive arpeggios seem completely effortless as she weaves together traditional Sri Lankan melodies with inspirations taken from composers like Bach, Debussy and Chopin. She is capable of both the smallest nuance as well as the grandest gesture the keyboard can afford. One begins to wonder if she is perhaps the Keith Jarrett of the subcontinent. “ © The WholeNote, November 2015
Sri Lanka’s internationally acclaimed concert composer-pianist Dr. Tanya Ekanayaka will be giving a solo recital at London’s St. Martin-in-the Fields on 20th January 2017. The recital is free to the public and commences at 1pm. Her programme includes J.S Bach’s Italian Concerto BWV 971, Brahms’ Rhapsody in G Minor Op. 79, No. 2 and the world premiѐre of her new work ‘Trio’ consisting of three independent and simultaneously interrelated works.
Dr. Ekanayaka is a recording artiste and composer for Naxos Records. Her critically acclaimed debut album of her own works for solo piano composed, performed and produced by her was released worldwide by Naxos Records in 2015. She is currently working on her second album of her own works for solo piano also for the same label.
For further details about this event please visit: http://www.stmartin-in-the-fields.org/event/dr-tanya-ekanayaka/
For further details about Dr. Tanya Ekanayaka, please visit: http://tanyaekanayaka.com/
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