Ancuta Nite, Pianist
Mozart -Piano Concerto no 9 K271: ...beautifully played...a fine grasp of cantabile and control of a wide range of tone colour...great variety of character...pedalling always subtle and appropriate...splendid performance...great conviction...Technically flawless ( David Wilde, Pianist 2007)
Bach French Suite No 4 in E Flat Major, BWV 815 : Attractive ebb and flow...good dynamic variety. A marvelous spirited start to the Air, musical shaping in the Gigue ... achieving a real sense of fun and humour. A high level of achievement...(John Turner, 2004)
Mendelssohn-Piano Concerto in G Minor: '...played with admirable poise and clarity, with some brilliant passagework and control. The slow movement was well paced and played with sincerity and some heartfelt expression...The Finale had much sparkle and bubbled most effectively with charm and some impressive virtuosity...' (Professor John Thwaites, Head of Keyboard, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire)
Debussy Violin and Piano Sonata: 'Very taken with Ancuta's very thoughtful accompaniment. She provided many colours and timings for the solo violin...' (Greg Lawson, Violinist, Composer, Producer, Conductor, 2009)
Il 22 Marzo 2018 ho avuto il piacere di ascoltare il concerto della giovane pianista Ancuta Nite, tenutosi presso la splendida cornice di Palazzo Taffini a Savigliano, Italia.
Un concerto interamente dedicato a Chopin, in cui Ancuta ha suonato con eleganza, musicalità e grande ispirazione, dimostrando una comprensione profonda e raffinata delle composizioni del musicista polacco, in una interpretazione coinvolgente e ricca di tensione emotiva e poetica che ha tenuto per tutto il concerto il pubblico in un silenzio assoluto. Brava!
Andrea Vigna-Taglianti, pianista, -Direttore Artistico Steinway Society Piemonte e Valle d'Aosta
On 22nd March 2018 I had the pleasure of listening to the concert of the young pianist Ancuta Nite, held at the splendid setting of Palazzo Taffini in Savigliano, Italy. A concert entirely dedicated to Chopin, in which Ancuta has played with elegance, musicality and great inspiration, demonstrating a deep and refined understanding of the compositions of the Polish musician, in an engaging and emotional interpretation full of poetic and emotional tension that held the audience in absolute silence throughout the concert. Brava! Andrea Vigna-Taglianti, pianist, Steinway Society Art Director, Piedmont and Valle d'Aosta