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But I remember having a little bit of fear of tomorrow.Our parents were trying not to show it too much, but, at the same time, you hear things, or see some facts, or sometimes they’re just nervous, and you fear of what might be tomorrow. You have this beautiful story with the piano – and you once said piano is the symbol of musical solitude.Florentina Tone: Let’s start with that – what’s the first recollection of you and the piano?I read that you started to play when you were 3 – I don’t have memories from when I was 3 years old, do you have any? And, also, when I see old things, or paintings I have drawn, or familiar smells… But my first very strong memories with the piano are an exam I had, or my first concert, or my first meeting with a professor… Your first post on instagram is a picture from when you were 8 – you look so beautiful and dreamy in that photo.
To have dreams like no poverty in the world, no war in the world – that was my dream. Did you sense all that in the family, in the overall atmosphere?High-heels, long, loose velvet pants, wavy, veil blouse, all-black except for the red lipstick, Khatia Buniatishvili has this queenly appearance, and she seems at home in this historic place, dating back to 1914, the final time of .And while I’m waiting for my turn – there’s always a long line of journalists wanting to interview some of the most expected guests of George Enescu Festival –, a photographer comes to share his enthusiasm, and show us a few shots, „She’s fabulous, really! Her first memories with the piano, 8-year old Khatia and the „dreams’ tree” near Tbilisi, her country, Georgia, in the ’90ties – the wars, the chaos, the parents’ concerns and the everlasting optimism of her mother.”, and his pictures of Khatia look almost like paintings. The piano as a symbol of musical solitude, its freedom, richness, independence.A stop for finding out the stories of a certain hall in Bucharest – the one she was about to play in during Enescu Festival.
Ever since I was a child I wanted everybody to be happy so that I could allow myself to be happy. My parents were not talking about politics with us when we were at that age.