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The music presented here was born during the lockdowns of 2020 / 21 and contains a predictable preoccupation with time and solitude as well as more aspirational fantasies of color, rhythm and excitement where creative minds have wondered beyond the four walls of confident during the global pandemic. Panayotis Archontides and Natalie Tsaldarakis make up the Ivory Duo Piano Ensemble. Ivory Duo Piano Ensemble was formed as a result of the pianists' quest for an even fuller sound and their desire to explore chamber repertoire for the piano. Throughout the course of their musical career, the pianists have been performing music for piano four hands and for two pianos (at times accompanied by other instruments as well) from the Baroque to the present day.
The music presented here was born during the lockdowns of 2020 / 21 and contains a predictable preoccupation with time and solitude as well as more aspirational fantasies of color, rhythm and excitement where creative minds have wondered beyond the four walls of confident during the global pandemic. Panayotis Archontides and Natalie Tsaldarakis make up the Ivory Duo Piano Ensemble. Ivory Duo Piano Ensemble was formed as a result of the pianists' quest for an even fuller sound and their desire to explore chamber repertoire for the piano. Throughout the course of their musical career, the pianists have been performing music for piano four hands and for two pianos (at times accompanied by other instruments as well) from the Baroque to the present day.
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The music presented here was born during the lockdowns of 2020 / 21 and contains a predictable preoccupation with time and solitude as well as more aspirational fantasies of color, rhythm and excitement where creative minds have wondered beyond the four walls of confident during the global pandemic. Panayotis Archontides and Natalie Tsaldarakis make up the Ivory Duo Piano Ensemble. Ivory Duo Piano Ensemble was formed as a result of the pianists' quest for an even fuller sound and their desire to explore chamber repertoire for the piano. Throughout the course of their musical career, the pianists have been performing music for piano four hands and for two pianos (at times accompanied by other instruments as well) from the Baroque to the present day.
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