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Saint Denis :: Reunion | 3 years ago

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Listening to a pianist perform the manic and psychotically complex Fugue from Beethoven's Hammerklavier Sonata (Op...Will he or she land safely?  At a faculty concert on Monday evening at Mannes College the New School for Music, the pianist Ignat

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New York City :: NY :: USA | 3 years ago

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French-built organ ever installed in New York City which also happens to be the largest new French organ built in almost a half century is making its first sounds at the city's Church of Ascension. On Thursday, May 26, the Manton Memorial Organ's 6,

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London :: United Kingdom | 3 years ago

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It says something for Sir Colin Davis' eternal vitality and musical curiosity that he should come to the dynamic Carl Nielsen symphonies so late in life. The Sixth and last of them carries the elliptical subtitle Sinfonia Semplice and surprise,

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Vienna :: Austria | 3 years ago

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Handel, an inveterate recycler, knew a good tune when he had written one...Altman for The New York Times Sacred Music in a Sacred Space: From left, Rachel Rosales, Paul Appleby, the musical director Kent Tritle and Charles Perry Sprawls with the

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New York City :: NY :: USA | 3 years ago

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The Austrian violinist Thomas Zehetmair has always been a deeply thoughtful player, and if he was sometimes an erratic interpreter in his early days, his highly personalized readings now sound philosophical rather than wayward. Matthew Dine for The

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Tbilisi :: Georgia | 3 years ago

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Buniatishvili has described the piano as "a symbol of musical solitude", a quality apparent in this debut solo recording by the Georgian prodigy. Her Liszt programme pivots around the Faust legend, with the composer believed to use the story as an

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Warsaw :: Poland | 3 years ago

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Under the imaginative direction of Lindsay Kemp, the annual Lufthansa Festival of Baroque Music has always punched above its weight, and this year's programme is no exception. Kemp has created a musical journey through the heart of eighteenth-century

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Leeds :: United Kingdom | 3 years ago

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At the age of 37, Alexander Melnikov seems bemused by his status as the next big thing. Few pianists are suddenly propelled to a higher level 20 years into their career, least of all on the back of a recording of an introspective and seldom-played

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London :: United Kingdom | 3 years ago

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Alexander Melnikov review Wigmore Hall, London Shostakovich's Preludes and Fugues have become Alexander Melnikov's calling card of late. Written in 1951 for Tatiana Nikolayeva, whose Bach performances Shostakovich hugely admired, they have a

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London :: United Kingdom | over 3 years ago

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Shostakovich's 24 Preludes and Fugues' may be seldom performed, but they are one of the miracles of twentieth-century pianism, and their genesis was suitably strange. The composer had been steeped in Bach's preludes and fugues as a boy, but then lost

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