Felipe Browne
Chopin Piano Works - Vol.1
Felipe Browne was born in Chile and began his piano lessons in Santiago. In 1984 Browne was singled out for warm praise by Claudio Arrau following a Master Class the maestro gave at the Teatro Municipal in Santiago. In 1988, after graduating as a concert pianist from the Catholic University, he was invited by Arie Vardi to study in Israel. Following Professor Vardi's advice, Browne moved to London to continue his studies with Peter Feutchwanger. He has since performed across many continents and in most of the major European cities. His recent recitals to capacity audiences at The Wigmore Hall and St. John's Smith Square in London, as well as the Brussels Town Hall, Glinka Hall in Moscow and Grieg's House in Bergen, have had much critical acclaim.
Since 1999, Felipe Browne has been sponsored by the Chilean Ministry of Foreign Affairs to continue his career in Britain and Europe.

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CR5149-2 CD

1: Ballade Op.23 No.1 in G minor
2: Ballade Op.38 No.2 in F major
3: Ballade Op.47 No.3 in A Flat major
4: Ballade Op.52 No.4 in F minor
5: Fantaisie Op.49 in F minor
6: Fantaisie-Impromptu Op.66 in C sharp minor
7: Etude Op.10 No.12 in C minor
8: Etude Op.25 No.1 in A flat major
9: Prelude Op.28 No.24 in D minor
10: Nocturne Op.48 No.1 in C minor