Alice Sara Ott plays Chopin, put your headphones on, relax, listen and enjoy. Alice grew up in Germany with a German father and Japanese mother. I've listened to her early work while she was in her early 20s. She was good then, now at 29 she is really coming into her own. This recording is of Chopin's Scherzo No. 2 Op. 31 in B flat minor.
Here is what one listener said of this piece
"My God for Piano has always been Benedetti MIchelangeli, but I think that now I found my Goddess. Extraordinary rendition! The piano looks like singing under her fingers, even if the acoustic in the room was clearly not the best. She has that special touch that few have, playing with body, mind and spirit all together. Emotionally intense, perfectly in tune with the mood of the piece. And to add a cherry on the cake, she is as beautiful as Crepax's Valentina"
I completely echo those sentiments.
If you have no headphones or are looking for another set, these are inexpensive and can be used with desktop computer, laptop and smart phone. I love mine.