“A poet of piano playing”
“one should remember the name”
Inspired by the masters of the past and curious about the future of classical music, Andrei Gologan is establishing an international reputation as a thought-provoking concert pianist. His poetic interpretations have garnered the support of legendary pianists like Sir András Schiff and Richard Goode, and have led to invitations from some of Europe's major festivals and concert halls: Herkulessaal in München, Wigmore Hall in London, Schleswig-Holstein Festival, and Heidelberger Frühling among others. Upcoming highlights include debut appearances at the Enescu Festival in Bucharest (Britten's Piano Concerto) and Musikdorf Ernen. Outside the stage environment, Andrei is a keen concert and festival organiser, enjoys the music-making of Ignaz Friedman, Bill Evans and Sergiu Celibidache, and is enthusiastic about literature and analog photography.
“a master of sound creation”
“endowed with an extraordinary native talent”