Jac van Steen - Discography

This CD box set, released seventy years after World War II ended, contains music composed by those who were persecuted during that same war; any performance of these works was strictly forbidden at the time. Nineteen Dutch composers were deported to concentration camps of which only six survived the atrocities. Others went into hiding or they survived using fake identities. Almost all saw their musical career end inopportunely.


De 10-CD box ‘Forbidden Music in World War II’ is uitgegeven in 2015, zeventig jaar na de Tweede Wereldoorlog. Deze bijzondere collectie bevat muziek van negentien Joodse componisten die tijdens de oorlog werden vervolgd en wiens muziek verboden was. Een prachtige verzameling werken van een verloren generatie. Music Frames


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2 CDs Mozart: Piano Concertos for One, Two and Three Pianos


Valerie Tryon (piano), Mishka Rushdie Momen (pianos), Peter Donohoe (pianos)

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Jac van Steen & Boris Brott


Mozart's progress from child prodigy to mature brilliance, from innocent insight to inspired innovation, is measured out in his piano music. Somm's survey of six works for one, two and three pianos brilliantly charts both his phenomenal development and his far-reaching transformation of the concerto form. Two of today's finest, most accomplished and admired pianists – Valerie Tryon and Peter Donohoe – bring unrivalled experience to bear in impeccable, incisive and illuminating accounts of the solo and duo works. The young, fast-rising Mishka Rushdie Momen joins them for the discretely dazzling Piano Concerto No.7 (K242) for three pianos.

jac van steen Clelia Iruzun

Piano Concertos by Isaac Albeniz & Francisco Mignone


Clélia Iruzun (piano)

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Jac van Steen


Albéniz: Piano Concerto No. 1 in A Minor, Op. 78 "Concierto fantastico"

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Jac van Steen

Clélia Iruzun (piano)

Recorded: 21-22 November 2016

Recording Venue: Blackheath Concert Hall, London, England, U.K.