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  • Chopin

    It has long been my desire to record works by Chopin, and more especially the Mazurkas. Chopin wrote the Mazurkas throughout his life and I like to think of them as his short, poignant diary entries. These miniatures have a rich emotional palette; they are wonderfully inventive in melody, harmony, texture, character, and tempo, while at the same time sharing the same DNA: the dance rhythms of Chopin’s native Poland.
    £12.00
  • From the street

    Ivana’s second album, From the street on Champs Hill Records is released in September 2011. On the disc, Ivana completes her survey of Janáček’s solo works and places them alongside works written at a similar time by composers that she holds dear: Ravel and Prokofiev. Janacek: Sonata 1. X. 1905 From the street On an overgrown path Ravel: Valses nobles et sentimentales Prokofiev: Sonata No 2 BBC Music Magazine
    Outstanding International Record Review
    The Daily Telegraph
    The Guardian
    £12.00
  • Grieg: Piano Works

    Ivana's third album for Champs Hill Records is a very personal selection of repertoire including Grieg's Piano Sonata, the Ballade and a selection of his Lyric pieces and Slatter. There is also a unique epilogue - a new piece written for Ivana (the first of a set of four) by RPS Award-winning composer Cheryl Frances-Hoad.
    'Captivating disc...Gavric possesses what I can only describe as a beautiful musical personality' Editor's Choice Gramophone Read full review here
    'Gavric delivers an electrifying performance' BBC Music Magazine Read full review here
    'Ivana Gavrić here offers a much wider perspective in playing that is instinctively attuned to the moods and shades of the music.' The Telegraph Read full review here
    £12.00
  • In the mists

    Ivana is delighted to release her debut disc In the Mists on Champs Hill Records in September 2010 which includes works by Schubert, Rachmaninov, Liszt and Janáček. The album has received critical acclaim in the press, including being selected as Instrumental Choice of the month in BBC Music Magazine and 'Oustanding' by International Record Review: Instrumental Choice of the month BBC Music Magazine
    Outstanding International Record Review
    The Guardian
    The Independent on Sunday
    The Daily Telegraph
    Classical Music Magazine
    £12.00