Sandrine Erdely-Sayo | Hymn to Sedona

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Hymn to Sedona

by Sandrine Erdely-Sayo

After her Carnegie Hall debut in March 2014, Sandrine Erdely-Sayo decided to write the Hymn to Sedona. From Bach to Liszt, from Fauré to Yiddish and Contemporary music, Sandrine Erdely-Sayo is an eclectic pianist who handles a range of styles and emotions with the greatest of ease. She has been described as "electrifying" (Philadelphia Inquirer), and as "A pianist with idealism, passion and lyricism" (La Prensa, Spain) Sandrine Erdely-Sayo is a first prize graduate from the Paris Superior Conservatory, Prize Winner at the Ibla International Competition in Italy and First Prize Winner at the "Concours de la scène Française" in Paris. She was the youngest recipient of the French Minister of Culture Prize at the age of 13. At 14, she wrote three pieces for chamber orchestra which were played at the Chatelet Theater, in Paris. Since then, Sandrine Erdely-Sayo has been performing as a soloist, in chamber music and with orchestras, in Italy, France, Spain, Argentina and in the United States
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Hymn to Sedona, written for piano, soprano, tenor and narrator, is a dedication to one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Sedona is an infinite flow of inspiration and energy where love, life, sound and colors form a perfect harmony.
A breezy afternoon, on the top of Bell Rock, I was listening to a light and soft wind when suddenly a melody danced in my ears. As I didn’t have either a pen or music paper, my friend said to me to write it on the rock with a stone; which I did immediately being afraid that the notes would run away. I took a picture of it and came back home, to the Village of Oak Creek, to write the beginning of the Hymn to Sedona.

Sandrine Erdely-Sayo, Piano and Prepared Piano
Elizabeth Peña, Narrator,
Barbara Di Toro, Soprano
Steve Rowe, Tenor



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