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Georgian Pianist Khatia Buniatishvili Shows Proud Natural Talent of 'Motherland' on New Album from Sony Classical

by Ian Holubiak   Jul 9, 2014 07:40 AM EDT

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A remarkable player, Buniatishvili has some serious chops, but at what cost is her talent to her undeniable self-obsession?  ( Boris Horvat/Getty Images )

Aggregating web articles about Georgian pianist Khatia Buniatishvili, you may find that the piano virtuoso has some sort of, well, complex. Whether it be unremitting self-indulgence or excessive pride, can you knock someone who's an undeniable talent?

And, to no surprise, the latest from Norman Lebrecht (entitled "Another Georgian artist with gender issues") speaks to these truths about Khatia and her undeniable self-reflection of "natural assets."

In Vienna, she's been chalking up her talents to her insatiable crusade for pure music, truth in what sets her apart from other artists who toil in similar musical vineyards.

She has an album coming out via Sony entitled Motherland. And a provocative video featuring the ample pianist has been removed from YouTube.


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