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Classical music review Sergei Babayan marks Chopin's birthday in style South Florida Classical Review If you own the website chopin.org , it would only be natural that when the birthday of this patron saint of pianists rolls around, you would host
Over the years Claudio Filippini has performed alongside big names such as Wynton Marsalis , bassist Ben Allison , clarinetist Tony Scott , Dee Dee Bridgewater and guitarist Mike Stern . This year Claudio Filippini will visit North America with his
May 11, 2013 Pianist Mara Rosenbloom frames her second album on personal recollections encapsulating childhood, family matters, and challenging situations. Therefore, the idealization for this outing is not merely steeped within an austere band
Ryan Wang's performance schedule for the next several months includes dates at New York City's Carnegie Hall, an appearance with the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra and a stop at Italy's Fazioli Pianoforti concert hall. An impressive roster for a pianist
March 5, 2013 It is hard for concertgoers today to imagine what it must have been like in the early decades of the 20th century, when towering composers who were also extraordinary pianists, like Rachmaninoff, Prokofiev and Bartok, performed their
Debussy and Ravel loomed large, but forward and backward glances at composers who influenced or were inspired by Impressionist artists and musicians provided context.
Texas On Sunday, in the end, Van Cliburn had one more magnificent gift for Fort Worth and the world. The heartbreaking beauty and grandeur of his funeral service music is unlikely to be forgotten by anyone who heard it inside Broadway Baptist Church.
Van Cliburn in Moscow – 1958 – Did more to improve East-West relations than all
Gwilym Simcock Published: 2013-02-24 All About Jazz is celebrating Gwilym Simcock's birthday today! I feel confident that Simcock already deserves to occupy the inner circle of the great contemporary pianists along with Mehldau, Jarrett, and
South Florida Classical Review For those who fought their way past construction, heavy rain and parking lots packed from competing events, the season opening of Sunday Afternoons of Music offered a pair of excellent Russian pianists in some uneven