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New York Classical Review - 15 hours ago
Metropolis Ensemble TENET Inbal Segev, cellist. Caroline Shaw: World premiere. Timo Andres: World premiere 7 p.m. Metropolitan Museum of Art. Metropolitan Opera Puccini: Tosca Anna Netrebko, Marcelo...

Schubert's Sonatas, and a Pianist, Come Into Their Own

New York Times - 1 week ago
The pianist Shai Wosner might be tempted to relive a formative childhood experience this weekend as the New York Philharmonic plays along to screenings of “Amadeus.” As a boy of 8 or so in...

Cecil Taylor, Pianist Who Defied Jazz Orthodoxy, Is Dead at 89

New York Times - 2 weeks ago
Acknowledging his desire to become a musician, rather than pursuing one of the careers she preferred for him — doctor, lawyer or dentist — his mother insisted that he practice the piano six days...

Review: A Pianist's Seamless Flow, Nothing Short of Astounding

New York Times - 2 weeks ago
Of the two evenings of varied repertory that the pianist Andras Schiff presented at Carnegie Hall this week, the first, on Tuesday, was mightily impressive; the second, on Thursday, was nothing short...

My Upper East Side Story: Pizza, Schnitzel, a Piano Bar

New York Times - 1 week ago
The reader, at this point, may wonder why, of all New York neighborhoods, the Upper East Side held a fascination for me. A fair question. Despite all its museums, stately architecture and polished...

April 21

New York Classical Review - 3 days ago
MATA Festival Nadia Botello Sono/Acqua 6:30 p.m. Imagine Swimming, 40 Harrison St. Metropolis Ensemble TENET Inbal Segev, cellist. Caroline Shaw: World premiere. Timo Andres: World premiere 7 p.m....

Pianist Adam Tendler impresses with 1950s avant-garde classics

The San Diego Union-Tribune - 15 hours ago
Silences separated musical events, but unlike Feldman's dainty, solitary notes and chords, “For Piano I” features unpredictable bursts of loud and soft interactions. Tendler played Wolff with...

Grand Rapids Symphony brings the crowd if not the color to Carnegie Hall

New York Classical Review - 19 hours ago
The event didn't have the style of “Spring for Music,” though. While the orchestra sought to impress, their target audience wasn't New Yorkers, but their hometown supporters, several...

Bristling Energy: The Best Classical Music Moments of the Week

New York Times - 2 days ago
At 46, the elegant, lively pianist Till Fellner made his debut with the New York Philharmonic this week. It's about time. This thoughtful Austrian artist first came to international attention in...

Joey Alexander, a jazz piano star at 14, counts Herbie Hancock, Wynton Marsalis among his fans

The San Diego Union-Tribune - 9 hours ago
In a recent phone interview from New York, Alexander sounded both flattered and a bit embarrassed when Marsalis' glowing praise was repeated for him. “Oh, I'm so honored to hear that,...

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