Pianist Asiya Korepanova –artistic force and creative incubator

In the concert event titled: In memory of a great Artist, on December 9th, 2018 at 3 pm, dedicated to works of Tchaikovsky as part of the Sparkill, N.Y. Union Arts Center’s concert series, Korepanova shows her cycle of 18 drawings inspired by Tchaikovsky’s Eighteen Pieces, Op. 72, for the first time in New York.  (photo credit: Emil Matveev) She also shares the stage, performing  excerpts from Tchaikovsky’s large scale work with the series’ artistic directors,...
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Israeli Chamber Project – Projects within the unending pursuit of musical exploration

Embarking on their second decade as a chamber ensemble, the Israeli Chamber Project starts the 2018/19 season with a unique program, coined the Debussy Effect. With the music world marking the centennial of Debussy’s death in 1918, the ensemble takes the iconic French composer’s romantic Piano Trio and his later Première Rhapsody as point of reference, affirming the profound effect of his work on three of his compatriots, Ravel, Faure, and Salzedo. The October...
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Pianist Shai Wosner ‘Premieres’ a Piece Each Time

New Yorkers have had ample chance to admire internationally acclaimed pianist Shai Wosner, who has partnered in concert with celebrities like Martha Argerich, Pinchas Zukerman, and Daniel Barenboim. Photo: Marco Borggreve Wosner has been a regular favorite in piano series all over town, in collaborations with musicians like Martin Fröst, Jennifer Koh and Missy Mazzoli, and as a curating contributor of consecutive programs at the 92Y. Wosner’s interest in exploring subtle connections between works...
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ucuz canli Sohbet numaralarini denedinizmi

a href=”http://www.gomanson.com/Kategorilerimiz/atesli-sohbet-hatti” title=”Ateşli Sohbet hatti”>Ateşli Sohbet hatti arayanlara özel doyurucu bir sohbet imkanını sıralayan sitemiz, bu noktada kitlelerin başlıca tercihi konumunda yer alıyor. En güzel dakikaları yaşamak ve alanında muhteşem bir hizmetin sınırlarını zorlamak bakımından hemen siz de bizi tercih edebilirsiniz. Bilindiği gibi avea Sohbet hatti ve diğer tüm operatörlere ilişkin olarak bir konuşma geçmişi yaratabilme konusunda arayışlarınızı sürdürmektesiniz. Sizlere bu alanda dakikası birkaç kuruş olan imkanlardan faydalanma şansı sunan sitemiz, böylelikle cazip bir...
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Pianist Lise de la Salle – personally nonchalant – unstoppable at the piano

“I don’t watch myself, I am not aware of how I look, the music is here…who cares how you look!”  ( Photo Credit: Nicholas Brodard) After winning the European Young Concert Artists Auditions in Paris in 2003 and then the following year in New York, the young French-born pianist quickly became a renowned performer on New York concert stages. Watching the de la Salle perform during the latest Young Concert Artist’s Gala at Alice...
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Pianist Ching-Yun Hu – unbiased brilliance

“The decision to make an album of Sergei Rachmaninoff’s works was made from a pure love of his music. I want to evoke from listeners the most beautiful experiences through this music that encompasses all of human emotions, of love, hope, nostalgia, loss despair…This music reminds me of my childhood struggles, and beautiful moments spent with my family. It transports me to another world.” – Ching-Yun Hu With these words from the liner notes...
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The Brandenburg Duets

“Sharing the piano bench with a partner is as intimate a musical relationship as it gets,” describes Eleonor Bindman her passion that led her to her latest project. “When I perform a composition, the orchestral aspect is always what inspires me most,” she says. And playing four-hand at the piano, in a avrupa yakasi escort partnership feels like it doubles the inspiration.” photo credit: ©Masataka Suemitsu Eleonor Bindman and Jenny Lin In 2014, Eleonor...
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Pianist Till Fellner  – In allegiance with the composer’s intent   

A disciple of Alfred Brendel since 1990 and known to share his mentor’s fondness for the inveterate Austro-Germanic repertoire, Fellner also shares the veteran’s suggestion that piano playing is a ‘long-term objective’ – a continuous dialectic immersion into detail to illuminate an essential perspective and build on its inner principles. After winning first prize at the 1993 Clara Haskil International Piano Competition, Fellner followed suit with his own extensive dedication to two of the...
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Silenced – Orsolya Korcsolán’s engaging Deutsche Grammophon release of works by Sándor Kuti

A child of holocaust survivors, Hungarian born violinist Orsolya Korcsolán had always felt a deep connection to her roots, linking her Jewish heritage closely with her personal and musical identity. Crossing paths with some of classical music’s past and present iconic figures inspired a prolific career in music that now spans from performing and recording artist to cultural ambassador and pedagogue. While still a violin student at Budapest’s Franz Liszt Academy, Orsolya attended –...
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PIANOFEST IN THE HAMPTONS celebrates 30 golden years in support of its collective talent

With Rites of Spring 30th Anniversary Concert at the Louis K. Meisel Gallery, Pianofest honors its founder Paul Schenly, and kicks off its new season with performances by Tomer Gewirtzman, Fei-Fei and Konstantin Soukhovetski If you are a budding concert pianist, what better way to escape lonely hours spent at the piano and retreat to summer night dreams and harmonies with conservatory buddies and delighted concert audiences in the Hamptons? Some of Pianofest alumni...
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