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Double CD recording with cello-piano duo

In November this year, Emil will embark on a new exciting recording project together with the cellist Carl Oscar Østerlind: A recording of two separate CD’s, one with sonatas by Brahms, the other with music by Alfred Schnittke.
Recording will take place at the Kirsten Kjær Museum in Northern Denmark, in November, December 2018 and February 2019.

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Interview: Carnegie Hall, and Biggest Influences

Emil made his Carnegie Hall debut on July 21st, and the Danish Consulate General interviewed him about the experience, about his influences and inspirations, and about Danishness in art.

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Carnegie Hall Debut

Emil will appear at his Carnegie Hall – Weill Recital Hall debut on July 21st.

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CD recording for DACAPO label

This summer, on July 5-6, and August 25-26, Emil will record the piano works by Danish-German composer Søren Nils Eichberg, for the record label DACAPO,. The CD will be released in June 2019.

Recording sessions will take place at the Royal Danish Academy of Music.

Mr. Gryesten Jensen posseses a glorious sound, and a pianistic quality of the highest standard.

Helsingin Sanomat

 

He is a full-blooded romantic and an emotionally powerful musician (…) Emil Gryesten succeeded in combining thrilling virtuosity with captivating music-making.

Jyllands-Posten

Upcoming Events

2018to30 Dec

CD recording

Kirsten Kjærs Museum, Denmark

Duo with cellist Carl-Oscar Østerlind
Sonatas by Brahms and Schittke

2019 

Tønder Musikforening

Tønder, Denmark

Duo with cellist Carl-Oscar Østerlind
Brahms, Schnittke

20197:30PM

Christiansfeld Musikforening

Duo with cellist Carl Oscar Østerlind
Sonatas Brahms, Schnittke

2019 

Lemvig Musikforening

Lemvig, Denmark

Solo recital program including:
Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition

20194:30PM

International Piano Day

Aalborg, Denmark

Keddelhallen, Nordkraft
Solo piano: Pictures at an Exhibition

2019 

Royal Opera, Takkelloftet Hall

Copenhagen, Denmark

Royal Danish Orchestra Chamber Music series
Duo with violinist Therese Andersen