German pianist Alexander Krichel during his 14-day quarantine in a Hong Kong hotel room ahead of a concert recording with the Hong Kong Sinfonietta. Photo: courtesy of Alexander Krichel German pianist Alexander Krichel during his 14-day quarantine in a Hong Kong hotel room ahead of a concert recording with the Hong Kong Sinfonietta. Photo: courtesy of Alexander Krichel
German pianist Alexander Krichel during his 14-day quarantine in a Hong Kong hotel room ahead of a concert recording with the Hong Kong Sinfonietta. Photo: courtesy of Alexander Krichel

Pianist Alexander Krichel on his quarantine for Hong Kong concert recording: ‘It’s my best excuse ever to be with my piano for two weeks’

  • Alexander Krichel’s two weeks quarantined in a Hong Kong hotel gives him time to reflect on his choice of music as a career and his relationship with the piano
  • The German pianist, who will record a concert with the Hong Kong Sinfonietta, keeps a musical diary – streaming himself playing from his room every day

Topic |   Classical music
German pianist Alexander Krichel during his 14-day quarantine in a Hong Kong hotel room ahead of a concert recording with the Hong Kong Sinfonietta. Photo: courtesy of Alexander Krichel German pianist Alexander Krichel during his 14-day quarantine in a Hong Kong hotel room ahead of a concert recording with the Hong Kong Sinfonietta. Photo: courtesy of Alexander Krichel
German pianist Alexander Krichel during his 14-day quarantine in a Hong Kong hotel room ahead of a concert recording with the Hong Kong Sinfonietta. Photo: courtesy of Alexander Krichel
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