The Track Orphée from Namekawa/Davies’ new iTunes release “Three Pieces for four Hands” is on Apple Musics’ Classical A-List.
Orange Mountain Music released “Three Pieces for Four Hands” today on iTunes. Orphée, Stokes and The Voyage were recorded last year in the Musiktheater Linz for digital release only.
Namekawa / Davies release their new CD “Shostakovich: Symphony No 4” today (February, 8th). The CD is released on Supertrain Records. ⟶ SEE DETAILS
Philip Glass is writing his first piano sonata ever for Maki Namekawa who is going to premier the piece at Klavier-Festival Ruhr on July, 4th in Essen, Germany. The work […]
Isang Yun | Sunrise Falling is on the longlist of “Deutsche Schallplattenkritik”. 155 music-critics nominated 276 new releases in 32 categories of the last three months. The shortlist will be […]
Austrian composer and journalist Helmut Jasbar featured Maki in his radio show on the 21st of November. Listen online until the 28th of November.
Namekawa’s excellent performance, combining both terraced dynamics and a kind of ‘terraced articulation’, stems from previous work on Glass’s set of 20 Piano Études. Her ability to shape, pace and […]
This short documentary was shot during the recording of MISHIMA in June 2017. Philip Glass and Michael Riesman comment on the soundtrack to the Paul Schrader movie.
Today Maki received the renowned classical music award “Pasticcio Preis” for MISHIMA | Maki Namekawa plays Philip Glass by Austrian national radio Ö1. Congratulations!
In October, 2018 SUNRISE FALLLING was released on Pentatone/Oxingale to celebrate the 100th anniversary Korean-born composer Isang Yun – featuring Maki Namekawa, Yumi Hwang-Williams, Matt Haimovitz and Dennis Russell Davies. In this interview Dennis Russell Davies speaks about the project.