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A newly signed Naïve artist, pianist Valentina Lisitsa explores the unveiled links between two of the most stunning works ever composed for the piano, and both of them in 1908: Ravel's Gaspard de la Nuit and Rachmaninov's piano sonata. Valentina Lisitsa is not only the first YouTube Star of classical music; more importantly, she is the first classical artist to have converted her internet success into a global concert career in the principal venues of Europe, the USA, South America and Asia. She posted her first video on the internet platform YouTube in 2007, a recording of Rachmaninoff's Étude op.39/6. The number of views in-creased in staggering fashion; more videos followed. The foundation stone of a social network career unparalleled in the history of classical music was laid. Thanks to an unwavering dedication towards her audience and a personal approach to videos, her YouTube channel now records over 650,000 subscribers and 147 million views with an average of 75,000 views per day, whilst her Spotify account has over one million listeners monthly
A newly signed Naïve artist, pianist Valentina Lisitsa explores the unveiled links between two of the most stunning works ever composed for the piano, and both of them in 1908: Ravel's Gaspard de la Nuit and Rachmaninov's piano sonata. Valentina Lisitsa is not only the first YouTube Star of classical music; more importantly, she is the first classical artist to have converted her internet success into a global concert career in the principal venues of Europe, the USA, South America and Asia. She posted her first video on the internet platform YouTube in 2007, a recording of Rachmaninoff's Étude op.39/6. The number of views in-creased in staggering fashion; more videos followed. The foundation stone of a social network career unparalleled in the history of classical music was laid. Thanks to an unwavering dedication towards her audience and a personal approach to videos, her YouTube channel now records over 650,000 subscribers and 147 million views with an average of 75,000 views per day, whilst her Spotify account has over one million listeners monthly
3700187675837

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Format: CD
Label: NAIVE
Rel. Date: 02/18/2022
UPC: 3700187675837

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A newly signed Naïve artist, pianist Valentina Lisitsa explores the unveiled links between two of the most stunning works ever composed for the piano, and both of them in 1908: Ravel's Gaspard de la Nuit and Rachmaninov's piano sonata. Valentina Lisitsa is not only the first YouTube Star of classical music; more importantly, she is the first classical artist to have converted her internet success into a global concert career in the principal venues of Europe, the USA, South America and Asia. She posted her first video on the internet platform YouTube in 2007, a recording of Rachmaninoff's Étude op.39/6. The number of views in-creased in staggering fashion; more videos followed. The foundation stone of a social network career unparalleled in the history of classical music was laid. Thanks to an unwavering dedication towards her audience and a personal approach to videos, her YouTube channel now records over 650,000 subscribers and 147 million views with an average of 75,000 views per day, whilst her Spotify account has over one million listeners monthly


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