NEWS

Listen to David’s Performance at The Royal Festival Hall

David Fray's performance on 18th February at The Royal Festival Hall in London can be heard on BBC's iPlayer. David performed alongside the Philharmonia Orchestra, and you can listen to performances of music by Ravel and Debussy, as well as David's performance of...

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David To Perform At The Festival Pianistico Internazionale

On 3 May 2016, David will be performing at The Festival Pianistico Internazionale in Brescia, Italy. The Festival Pianistico Internazionale is one of the world's largest events that dedicates itself to the celebration of the piano. The festival has not only hosted...

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David Fray & The German Symphony Orchestra At The DSO Berlin

“David Fray had the difficult task to play this on the day after the Paris attacks. But music can impart strength when she is strong." - Deutschlandradio Kultur The musicians of the DSO Berlin, featuing pianist David Fray, were tasked with the challenge of performing...

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Read David’s New Feature in The Epoch Times

“An artist has to fight against his own fears and weaknesses, and being an artist is not only working on music, it’s working on yourself through music." - David Fray David recently sat down with The Epoch Times' Milene Fernandez and spoke candidly on what inspires and...

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Orquestra Sinfônica Brasileira at Cidade Das Artes

The OSB's principal conductor, Roberto Mincszuk, and French pianist, David Fray, received applause at the Cidade Das Artes in another beautiful concert on Sunday. Thanks to all those present and to our faithful audience on social networks. A good week to all! A OSB, o...

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David is Back in the Studio

David de retour en studio ! Saurez-vous reconnaître qui est à ses côtés ? David's recording! Do you recognise who's playing with him on his next CD? David's back in the studio! Can you recognize who is at his side?David's on recording! Do you know who is playing with...

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Read David’s Interview in Germany’s Kreiszeitung

chalz-Laurenze. Angekündigt waren vier Klavierkonzerte von Johann Sebastian Bach: das wäre ungemein attraktiv in jeder Hinsicht gewesen. Einmal hätte es einen Einblick in die Entwicklung der neuen, soeben von Bach erfundenen Gattung erlaubt, zum anderen hätte es besser gezeigt, wie der Franzose David Fray, der landauf-, landab „Shootingstar oder „Topstar“ genannt wird, den „aufregendsten Bach seit Jahrzehnten“ spielt (so formulierte es ein Kollege).

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