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But I remember having a little bit of fear of tomorrow.
Our parents were trying not to show it too much, but, at the same time, you hear things, or see some facts, or sometimes they’re just nervous, and you fear of what might be tomorrow. You have this beautiful story with the piano – and you once said piano is the symbol of musical solitude.
But my mother was always very strong – she was saying: … And I can’t help but wanting to know more, dive in this metaphor…
Piano is a very strong instrument in the first place.
And then, in 2016, you were a precious guest of Stéphane Lambiel’s Ice Legends – playing Chopin, Debussy, Ravel in what stayed in the mind of the skating fans as Le Poème. Receiving in return a burst of joy, enthusiastic cheers – and bouquets of roses and sword lilies.
Your presence in these shows was truly a joy – how did you become a part of them? Two years later, in the spring of 2016, they’ll meet again, at Ice Legends – and Khatia Buniatishvili will be the „music-teller”, playing Chopin, Debussy and Ravel in what was known as Le Poème. No doubt about it: Khatia Buniatishvili adds magic to a city, a festival, a concert, an encounter… And Stéphane Lambiel says it better, with accomplice smile: „Khatia?
That’s an exaggeration, of course, but what a sweet, pleasant exaggeration – and the truth is I was blown away by this wonderful lady in the spring of 2016, when she wasn’t even the centre of attention.
And this independence, this freedom also means a kind of solitude.High-heels, long, loose velvet pants, wavy, veil blouse, all-black except for the red lipstick, Khatia Buniatishvili has this queenly appearance, and she seems at home in this historic place, dating back to 1914, the final time of .And while I’m waiting for my turn – there’s always a long line of journalists wanting to interview some of the most expected guests of George Enescu Festival –, a photographer comes to share his enthusiasm, and show us a few shots, „She’s fabulous, really! Her first memories with the piano, 8-year old Khatia and the „dreams’ tree” near Tbilisi, her country, Georgia, in the ’90ties – the wars, the chaos, the parents’ concerns and the everlasting optimism of her mother.What were your dreams at 8, if I may ask, and how many of those dreams came true?I had lots of dreams then: I wanted a beautiful life, I wanted to have a big love and things like that… It’s not in Tbilisi, you have to go outside the city, and the kids are putting their tissues there and thinking of a dream. But the thing is I saw so many things happening in Georgia, unpleasant things…