Fragile, sickly, depressed, he left his heart in Poland. Chopin suffered. He embroidered beautiful melodies into poetry of longing.
“As a Chopin player, Nissman knows her own mind. She imitates nobody… she wants to let Chopin's music speak for itself…for a view of Chopin the classicist, the man who studied Bach, Nissman's quite persuasive."
“To have that rarity today of fine Chopin playing is recommendation in itself. Add to that an innovative interpretation from a deep thinking pianist and you have a real gem.”