Classical Music

Despite MS diagnosis, Alice Sara Ott records new disk

German-Japanese pianist Alice Sara Ott has just released a new disk, “Echoes of Life”, on which she frames the 24 Preludes of Chopin with more contemporary works, including two written for her.

Of the album she said: Echoes Of Life is a personal reflection on the thoughts and moments that influence and change our lives. It also portrays the journey and transformation I took to become the person and artist I see myself as today. In interpreting music from composers who, in their own time, challenged the system and redefined music, I see it as my role as a classical musician to carry this spirit forward by not insisting on reproducing bygone traditions and limitations.

Ott was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in early 2019, after beginning to experience some health issues in late 2018.  She shared that news via social media.

​An article describing her illness and how she shared it can be found here.

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