The young German pianist Alice Sara Ott first shot to fame stepping in to replace Lang Lang at short notice with a performance that The Times said 'rings out with a freedom, fluidity and lack of contrivance which is entirely refreshing.' Since then, John Amis has declared, 'During my long life I have heard Gieseking, Cortot, Lipatti, Horowitz, Richter, Michelangeli, Schnabel, Brendel, Lupu, Perahia and many other great pianists - added to them now is Alice Sara Ott, no doubt about that.' (Classical Source). Robert Schumann: Allegro in B minor for piano, Op.8; Franz Schubert: Piano Sonata in D, D.850; Modest Petrovich Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition.
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- Alice Sara Ott