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Grammy-winning pianist Murray Perahia to perform

UGA Today - 10 hours ago
Award-winning pianist Murray Perahia will perform April 12 at 8 p.m. in Hodgson Concert Hall. Over the course of his four-decade career, Perahia has become one of the world's most respected...

Famed Pianist Returns to the New York Stage After Hand Surgeries

Wall Street Journal - 4 weeks ago
When Misha Dichter appears at Carnegie's Weill Recital Hall on Wednesday, it will mark the New York-based pianist's first major solo program in the city since 1999. His absence hardly has...

Fraying Threads: Experimental Chamber Quartet Yarn/Wire Plays on the Edges of Contemporary Music

Free Times - 48 minutes ago
There's something surprisingly elegant about the unusual pairing of two pianists with two percussionists in a chamber music group — particularly when you're talking about playing the kind...

NFL Coach and Pianist to “Perform” Lecture and Concert

SUNY Cortland News - 15 hours ago
He later coached at the University of Michigan and Central Michigan before taking a job as an assistant coach for the New York Jets in 1992. Alexander joined the Cincinnati Bengals in 1994 —...

Mutter's memorable Bach towers in Carnegie recital

New York Classical Review - 2 weeks ago
The headline event of the afternoon was supposed to have been a new work by one of America's grand old men of music. The eclectic composer, conductor and pianist Previn will turn 90 next year,...

Uchida's Schubert contains multitudes at Carnegie Hall

New York Classical Review - 2 weeks ago
Just when you think you have Mitsuko Uchida figured out, she turns your world upside down. Friday night at Carnegie Hall, the esteemed Japanese pianist was nearing the midpoint of a four-recital...

New Release: Live From Leningrad

WBAA - 18 hours ago
Mr. Janis was the first American artist chosen to participate in the 1960 Cultural Exchange between the United States and the Soviet Union and was hailed on the front page of The New York Times as,...

100 Years After Debussy's Death, He Remains the First 'Modern' Composer

New York Times - 3 weeks ago
But despite the opinion of Elliott Carter that Debussy “settled the technical direction of contemporary music,” and despite the impossibility of the existence of the piano music of modernists...

Argentine pianist to perform Saturday at St. John's

Post-Bulletin - 2 days ago
In his Rochester concert, Lavandera will perform the American premiere of Dino Saluzzi's “Three Pieces.” Saluzzi, a composer from Argentina, combines classical and contemporary styles with...

Review: Tapping Out Some New World Rhythms

New York Times - 2 weeks ago
The format was a relay, with two pianos onstage. After one pianist played a few songs, another came on for a duet before embarking on his own set. Mr. Hyman, along with his high-finesse renditions of...

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