New Concert Vlog
Spend a concert day with the pianist and experience it from her point of view. The program features the Choral Fantasy by L. v. Beethoven.
'Rising Stars' - Esther Birringer in the BBC Music Magazine
In the Christmas issue of the BBC Music Magazine Esther Birringer is featured among the Rising Stars. She reveals which artists inspire her and what the perfect performance looks like for her.
An interview with Piano Street Magazine
'Esther Birringer has always been inspired by Debussy’s magical sounds and his extraordinary power to evoke dreamy atmospheres that allow you to escape time and space. Her new album contrasts rarely played works such as the Ballade, the Nocturne, and the brilliant Masques with some of Debussy’s most popular pieces.'
Read the interview here.
Piano Street Magazine, 10/12/2022
Claude Debussy - Light and Shadow
After her debut album Once Upon A Time, which was released in May 2021, Esther Birringer has now come up with a second album. This time it's about the French composer Claude Debussy, who revolutionized music in his time and created new dimensions, especially in terms of sound and its effect.
New travel videos
Within the recent videos Esther Birringer is taking you to Abu Dhabi and Lanzarote. Amazing landscapes, impressions and music await you!
The official video trailer for Once Upon A Time is out
'She virtuously takes the listener into a world of fairies and immortal lovers, without indulgence, but convincing with technical finesse and a lot of verve.'
Kölnische Rundschau, 08/12/2021
Clip of the day
'Pianist Esther Birringer presents her debut CD Once upon a time, which will be released at the end of May, in a first enchanting video. This video itself is a treasure not to be missed. And Birringer has promised more. Definitely watch it!'
O-Ton Cultural Magazine, 05/02/2021
Piano album Once Upon A Time causes a sensation
Esther Birringer's solo album of Russian ballet transcriptions has generated a sensation in the trade press even before its release.
'Under her fingers the artist awakens the figures to life, making them dance in the listener's mind's eye. [...] Without becoming striking, she lets her fingers on the keyboard sometimes narrate in a whisper, but then again grip in the right places with the necessary vehemence.'
O-Ton Cultural Magazine, 05/24/2021