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New reviews of the Naxos CD with Symphonies 1& 5

Politiken  4 STARS I did not know Sivelöv’s music. I have now discovered it, and he is a wonderful symphonist who can write broadly, darkly and compellingly for orchestra. A lone oriental voice emerges in the Nordic context, because today’s world is globalised. But gloominess and conciseness are quite clearly the music’s DNA, and to…
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Review of the Madison recital!

Concert Review: Niklas Sivelöv, September 18, 2022 By Paul Baker For his September 18 concert, Swedish virtuoso Niklas Sivelöv strode out in long tails and gray ascot looking not a little like a clean-shaven Beethoven. As he sat at the vintage Mason & Hamlin 1906 model AA piano I appreciated that nod to sartorial tradition.…
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New review of the orchestral CD!

    Joachim Gustafsson | Sivelöv: Sinfonie Nr. 3 „Primavera“  05.03.2021 Ohne Corona würde es die vorliegende Aufnahme nicht geben. Da die schwedischen Musiker im Frühling vergangenen Jahres Pandemie-bedingt keine öffentlichen Konzerte geben konnten, hatten sie Zeit, die Partituren ihres Landsmanns zu studieren. Die Musik gefiel ihnen so gut, dass sie beschlossen, die Werke einzuspielen. Das…
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New review about Bach vol. 2 & 3

Great review in the biggest newspaper in Sweden Dagens Nyheter  4 Stars!   In this incomparable music, it is as if Niklas Sivelöv celebrates that he is now the first Swede to record all piano works by Bach.And he does it in a splendid and swinging way! Martin Nyström Read more:

Success at the Schönberg Centre Vienna!

I never heard Schönberg played with so much elegance, “Schwung” – a favourite word of Sibelius which he often used in his diaries – and delicate touch.  Your whole recital was impressive – unobtrosively educational by erecting an arc from Bach to your great compatriot Eliasson, for whom Bach was “almost a god”, detecting almost…
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5 STARS for Bach Partitas & English Suites vol 2 and 3!

The pianist does things with this music that you have never really heard before. Niklas Sivelöv turns an ear to the silent infinity Sivelöv is an insightful and original interpreter of Johann Sebastian Bach’s piano music. Sensitive and daring. Tobias Lund Sydsvenskan

New review of Inertia

Immediately, there is something exciting about the concept album, Inertia. For the idea of ​​putting two professors, two pianos, two temperaments together – that’s good. Especially when it comes to piano professors from two different worlds – improvisational music and score music. Inertia is recorded on neutral ground – in the Danish Radio Concert Hall…
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New Beethoven video

New Beethoven promo video

New Beethoven review!

Latest review from Borås with the 4th concerto:A magical eveningIt was a fantastic event when Borås was visited by the piano virtuoso Niklas Sivelöv, who performs worldwide.The evening’s concerto – Beethoven’s Fourth – began with a solitary piano, careful, searching… The orchestra responded in due time with the same friendly, restrained timbre, but gained in…
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