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In her performances and recordings she has largely focused on Romantic repertoire, drawing praise for her interpretations of virtuosic standards by Tchaikovsky, Schumann and Liszt. When she visits Miami on Friday with Leonard Slatkin and the Detroit
Lajos Dudas Published: 2014-02-18 All About Jazz is celebrating Lajos Dudas' birthday today! Lajos Dudas was born in Budapest/Hungary and studied there at the Bela Bartok Conservatory and the Franz Liszt Academy of Music (1958-1963), laying the
The young Korean pianist Grace Yeo is not yet a household name, but the Wigmore was full. This was thanks to two things: first that it was put on by the excellent Kirckman Society, whose proteges have included a glittering roster of stars at the
Frank Morgan , Dexter Gordon , Wardell Gray and Hampton Hawes . Unlike that august group, Reed remains to tell his story, and by proxy, theirs' in the bargain. Like this same group, drugs (and in the case of Gray, murder) suspended Reed's musical
When I set out to create a new drama about Richard Wagner for the 2013 International Wimbledon Music Festival, that question left me frozen for a time, staring at the oncoming headlamps with ears askew...The trouble with Wagner is that the more you
The Liszt Academy music school founded by Franz Liszt, the first piano superstar, reopens its main concert hall on Tuesday refurbished under an ambitious plan to give the 138-year-old institution, and its music study programme, a new lease on life.
October 20, 2013 The dynamic Ukrainian-born pianist Valentina Lisitsa fully acknowledges there was savvy reinvention in the way she jump-started her stalled career to become a YouTube sensation and a touring artist with a prestigious Decca recording
PhilippinesCourtesy of a long-departed, dearly missed college professor Jess Q. Cruz, I have been introduced to classical music via the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra (PPO) a couple of decades ago. He was then writing a column on the performing
The first time Scottish concert promoter Andi Lothian booked the Beatles, in the frozen January of 1963, only 15 people showed up. The next time he brought them north of the border, to Glasgow Odeon on Oct. 5, they had scored a No...The night almost
Students of Geeting will join her in performing the Requiem by Popper in memory of Janos Starker, who died April 18...Along with many other famous cellists, they were from the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest, Hungary.