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The Mishneh Torah There is a Jewish renewal in our lives, and two idiosyncratic instances occurred right here in this city in recent days. The first was a Sotheby's auction of the 386-item Judaica collection painstakingly assembled over the years by
Music Review Keeping His Fans Happy With a Half-Century of Classicism and Virtuosity Evgeny Kissin at Carnegie Hall Ian Douglas for The New York Times Evgeny Kissin at Carnegie Hall The Russian pianist surveyed 50 years of music in a recital before a
Music Review A Pianist Shines His Light On Scriabin Hiroyuki Ito for The New York Times The New York Philharmonic, with the pianist Evgeny Kissin, at Carnegie Hall on Wednesday night. Published: May 24, 2012 The pianist Evgeny Kissin made a powerful
Music Review Armed With the Classics, and Reaching for More Evgeny Kissin Plays Barber's Sonata at Carnegie Hall Michelle V. Agins/The New York Times Evgeny Kissin performing on Thursday night at Carnegie Hall, where some patrons were seated onstage.
One may be the loneliest number, but two can be the most revealing. More than other ensembles, musical duos suggest narratives: rival siblings, say, or a blissful romance. But at a duet recital on Thursday evening at Carnegie Hall, the image that
There was a fleeting moment during Evgeny Kissin 's astonishing Liszt program at Carnegie Hall on Wednesday night when the prodigious command and utter naturalness of his pianism came through in an endearingly human way. He was playing an encore,