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"She played with passion and conviction."

The Oxford Times

"The young Kazakh pianist Dina Duisen approaches the program with a lovely touch and total sympathy for every kind of mazurka. Her ingenious notion is carried out with charm, nimbleness, and grace."           Fanfare Magazine

"She throws off the more bravura pieces without ever losing sight of musicality and style, and brings the more complex ones out."

                  Robert Hugill 

"Dina Duisen really brings these            varied mazurkas alive."

         The Classical Reviewer


"The piano rang with a rich and harmonically delicious tone which filled the hall beautifully." Bachtrack

"Kazakh piano queen" - Spalding Guardian Today

"Duisen makes this sound easy; it almost sounds like she doesn't know how impressive a feat this is."         MusicWeb International

"Dina blended virtuosity with poetic insight." - Nottingham Post

Purchase Dina's album Mazurkas from Chopin to Adès available online

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