BURKARD SCHLIESSMANN - teldex - studios in Berlin, Germany
BURKARD SCHLIESSMANN - »triple
CD album - At the Heart of the Piano« Virtuoso German pianist Burkard Schliessmann will increase his representation in the Divine Art catalogue with a new triple CD/digital album entitled ‘At the Heart of the Piano’,
distributed worldwide by NAXOS Intl.
BURKARD SCHLIESSMANN - Pianist, February / March 2021 »Pianist
at work - Beneath the surface« BURKARD SCHLIESSMANN - "Beneath the surface": Burkard Schliessmann talks to Pianist. In interview with
BURKARD SCHLIESSMANN - International Piano, February 2020 »Performer
Focus« BURKARD SCHLIESSMANN - "Plumbing the dephts".
Multifaceted pianist Burkard Schliessmann on Schumann, synaesthesia and
scuba. In interview with Hugo Shirley
BURKARD SCHLIESSMANN - Goethe-Plakette der Stadt Frankfurt
am Main, 2019 The Goethe Plakette designed by Harold Winter is commended to "poets, writers, artists and scientists and other personalities of the cultural life [...] who, through their creative work, are worthy of a tribute dedicated to the memory of Goethe"
BURKARD SCHLIESSMANN - International Piano, 2019, Jan / Feb »Personal
Touch« BURKARD SCHLIESSMANN - in interview with Owen
Mortimer, where he tells 'International Piano' how he finds inspiration
for his latest album of Schumann
BURKARD SCHLIESSMANN - Performance Arts Yearbook 2018/19 »Renaissance
man« BURKARD SCHLIESSMANN - in interview with Andrew
Anderson, where he tells PAY about his impacts in his interpretations
BURKARD SCHLIESSMANN - Global Music Awards 2018 Gold
Medal Winner - 2 Gold Medals »Awards of Excellence« BURKARD SCHLIESSMANN - categories: classical,
Instrumental Performance - Album - Germany
BURKARD SCHLIESSMANN Vinyl release worldwide - March 30,
2018 The British Major label DIVINE ART Recordings Group
releases the Vinyl from BURKARD SCHLIESSMANN "piano works - Ballades,
Barcarolle, Fantaisie, Preludes, Scherzi and other works", distributed
worldwide by NAXOS Intl.
"... Schliessmann's playing is representative of
the best of the modern school ..."Harold C. Schonberg (former chief music critic of The New York Times)