Pianisten Lucille Chung und Alessio Bax: Ihr Leben gemeinsam am Klavier

Ich genieße einen an Perfektion heranreichenden Cappuccino an der geschmackvollen, ordentlichen und brandneuen Adresse der Pianisten Lucille Chung und Alessio Bax in New Yorks ‘Upper-Upper Westside’. Lucilles Organisationsfähigkeiten in die moderne, durchgestylte und dennoch komfortabel, schicke Atmosphäre zu übertragen, ist ein Echo auf Alessios italienisches, klassisches Design-Erbe, welches, zu meiner Freude, auch wenn es um die Küche geht, ebenso eine führende Stimme in der Handhabung des professionellen Prädikats-Milchaufschäumer für Cappucino ist. Diese großzügige Räumlichkeit,...
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Pianists Lucille Chung and Alessio Bax: Sharing their lives at the piano

I am enjoying a cappuccino, that borders perfection, at pianists’ Lucille Chung’s and Alessio Bax’ tasteful, un- cluttered and brand new address on New York’s Upper-Upper West side.Lucille’s organizational skills translate into the modernstreamlined, yet comfortable chic atmosphere, echoing Alessio’s Italian classy design heritage that takes a decisively leading voice when it comes to the kitchen as well as, to my delight, handling the professional grade cappuccino maker. This generous space that the attractive...
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Pianist Alessio Bax – New York Debut Recital : At The Metropolitan Museum

I already marveled about pianist Alessio Bax and his wife, pianist Lucille Chung in my article last October (http://blogcritics.org/music/article/new-venues-open-their-doors-for/, on the occasion of their performance at ‘LePoisson Rouge’; the downtown New York club that long since challenged the conceptual separation of classical and non-classical music performances and venues. But regardless, whether you enjoy a drink with your Rachmaninov or the noise of dishes being shoved around during Brahms rather makes you cringe in your...
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