I don't know if anyone can play this clip outside of this country, but I'll give it a try.
Watch this in its entirety: The Piano Concerto written by the norwegian composer Ketil Hvoslef in 1993.
He describes it as an echo concerto, and he has an intensely personal musical language, with a lot of tensions and bold rhythms. Some parts remind me of Messiaen's Turangalîla Symphony. (But with much smaller forces.)
It's one of my favourite concertos. I'll share it, and I hope you will enjoy it as well (if you have modern ears).