It’s very important for me to keep traditions and bring new elements into it.
As a classical musician, we play music composed a century or two centuries ago. And we bring it into a new place and new audiences into modern halls using modern devices. Therefore, the forms and the shape change all the time.
Technics really connects with all kinds of people representing the joy and passion of music.
The speed of life is so fast. We do not have 30 minutes or for one hour to concentrate on one thing.
I really enjoyed having 270 degrees concept so I can be in any corner of the room and still have the same sound and real live music experience.
It is important for me that the audience experiences the same things as I experience. EAH-T700 really gives you a very close experience of the music you listen to.
Comfort is one of the most important elements for music.. Everybody has own comfort style to open up yourself.
German-Japanese pianist Alice Sara Ott has gained critical acclaim for her performances at major concert halls worldwide and has established herself as one of the most exciting musical talents of today. Recording exclusively for Deutsche Grammophon since 2008, Alice has since released albums of works by Beethoven, Liszt and Mussorgsky, among others.
Alice’s latest CD, The Chopin Project, with Icelandic composer Ólafur Arnalds, was released in March 2015 on Mercury Classics. The album reached No.1in the Official UK Classical Chart and the iTunes chart in 25 other countries. Alice was also awarded the prize for Young Artist of the Year at the Echo Klassik Awards for her Chopin recording in October 2010.