Fanfare Interview

A marvelous new Bach recital from AMC Classical, towards the c, features pianist Niklas Sivelöv. In our interview, Sivelöv talks about the recording and Bach’s unique genius and magic.Before we discuss your AMC Classical Bach recording, towards the c, I’d love to explore some of your thoughts on J. S....

Sivelov Concertos

More reviews for Sivelöv Concertos! ”Effortlessly played by its composer, this is lively, colourful music which makes an attractive package. There are echoes of Stravinsky and other composers, but in the final analysis, Sivelov is very much his own man ” Barry Forshaw © 2020  Classical CD Choice   ”Three...

WTC by Bach received wonderful review in Fanfare Magazine.

BACH The Well-Tempered Clavier, Books 1 and 2 • Niklas Sivelöv (pn) • HVB 1501 (4 CDs: 246:32) It is no trifling thing for a keyboard artist to perform and record the 48, both books of Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier in their entirety. There’s more to it than conquering the technical difficulties, which are formidable in themselves. A sense...

Great review of the Court House recital!

Jubilee giant celebrates 250 years - celebrated in the Court House with one of Sweden’s foremost pianists The Court House in Nyland afforded an enjoyable visit when Niklas Sivelöv, one of the Nordic region’s foremost concert pianists, gave a concert on Tuesday evening. Niklas Sivelöv played, among others, Bach, Beethoven...

New plans!

An inspiring meeting today with the great Danish composer Per Nørgård!

New Beethoven review!

"I can also report that fans of Sviatoslav Richter’s “live” 1975 London “Hammerklavier” will find a kindred spirit in Sivelöv. His tempos, timings, and “Romantic” approach are quite similar to Richter’s.".. Jerry Dubins Fanfare Magazine 2018

Interview in Fanfare magazine.

388346637-Niklas-Sivelov-Fanfare-August-2018Download Niklas Sivelöv, Pianist and Composer BY MARTIN ANDERSON A century ago one could find a plethora of musicians like Niklas Sivelöv, where one couldn’t draw a line between composer and executant: Rachmaninoff is the example we remember today, but there were dozens, even hundreds, of composers who made their...