Composer Lowell Liebermann: Creating a Better, Alternative World

Like many of music history’s traditional classical music composers, Lowell Liebermann doesn’t only compose, but he also performs. Not limiting himself to playing his own compositions, he also dedicates some of his time to the works of other composers. To my mind, this informs Liebermann’s attitude towards composing, and shows his deep connection to classical music in general. “I understand what pianists go through, so I am very sympathetic, and the exchange with the...
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Shared Commitment- Shared Exposure: Pianist Jeffrey Biegel Initiates New Possibilities For Composers And Performers

When it comes to engaging his organizational talents to advance classical music worldwide, there is no stopping pianist Jeffrey Biegel. At times compared to legendary American pianist Van Cliburn, who won the International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow in 1958, thus creating a milestone in pianistic achievement for America, Biegel’s “grand style” has made him a very successful performing and recording artist. But, as his transcriptions and other excursions into less-than-conventional forms prove, his range...
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