ELIZABETH SOMBART "Singing the Nocturnes" (Classica Records)
  • region:Central Europe
  • release year:2022
  • style(s):Romantic Period, Classical Music
  • country:United Kingdom
  • formats:Audio File / Digital
  • record posted by:Magic&Unique Group Ltd
  • label:CLASSICA RECORDS (Magic&Unique Group)
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Released on January 6, 2022, SINGING THE NOCTURNES (Classica Records), the new album by Concert Piano Artist ELIZABETH SOMBART, with more than 4,000,000 listeners on Spotify is already in the international hit parade of Classical Music.

“In this album the piano turns into a wonderful voice in the hands of this incredible Piano Concert Artist who is already a legend of our days and frees himself in a vibration that enters directly into the depths of the listener’s soul”. FOX 43

“What I can declare and vehemently defend is that Sombart gives a convincing performance in each selection”. Chadwick Easton, MELODY MAKER MAGAZINE

“I would also suggest this song to introduce young listeners to classical music. It has moments of euphoria and rare beauty that pop music can never achieve. Young piano students, too, will find Sombart’s playing style inspiring”. Claire Uebelacker, BALLYHOO MAGAZINE

“Her recent releases focusing on Beethoven received fulsome critical response and it’s difficult to imagine many dissenting from this new work: SINGING THE NOCTURNES”. Troy Johnstone, OFFICIAL FAME MAGAZINE

“Elizabeth Sombart, among her many other fine attributes, has a passion for spreading the proverbial good word about classical music”. Zachary Rush, INDIE MUSIC REVIEWS

"Her ability for interjecting a poetic sensibility each step of the way through the Polish giant’s twenty one compositions (Nocturnes) testifies to her gifts for further elevating already outstanding compositions”. Zachary Rush, INDIE MUSIC REVIEWS

“Sombart hits the mark and then some, and I’m sure you’ll agree when listening to Singing the Nocturnes”. Rachel Townsend, THE SPOTTED CAT MAGAZINE

“I think that classical can be one of the most accessible genres in all of music next to pop when it’s played by someone with the kind of skillset that Elizabeth Sombart has in her new album Singing the Nocturnes”. Rachel Townsend, THE SPOTTED CAT MAGAZINE

“An erudite player like this one truly has everything in her control”. Heather Savage, TOP BUZZ MAGAZINE

“She really pushing away the mundanity of simply playing out the same notes in the same way they’ve always been arranged in Singing the Nocturnes, and while some might say that she’s being a little ambitious for the times, I think this is why a lot of critics – myself included – are falling in love with the work right now”. Heather Savage, TOP BUZZ MAGAZINE