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Pavel Nersessian – Pianism Of A Deeply Reflective Nature

Pavel Nersessian – Pianism Of A Deeply Reflective Nature

No matter what Pavel Nersessian plays at the piano—and his repertoire is un-endingly large and varied—his rich sound easily puts one deeply into the musical world of the composer. “The more polyphonic the character of the music,” he explains, “the better it...

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Wei Luo, blissful individuality at the piano

Wei Luo, blissful individuality at the piano

“Wei is a young lady now, who deserves to go very far. She is not only a wonderful musical powerhouse but a brilliant thinker, who goes way beyond the score and brings her own ideas to everything she approaches,” says Gary Graffman, Wei Luo’s trusted mentor since she...

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Music Traveler – Practice Rooms For Musicians Now Uber Style

Music Traveler – Practice Rooms For Musicians Now Uber Style

Every musician knows about the predicament of finding a practice room to rehearse on a decent piano before a recital, with a larger than usual ensemble or even a dance group, without irritating their neighbors. Especially travelling musicians are often struggling for...

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Reed Tetzloff – worthy heir to the American spirit of pianism

Reed Tetzloff – worthy heir to the American spirit of pianism

Critics don’t easily assign adjectives like: “enthralls audiences with his magical tone,” (The Cincinnati Enquirer) and “ebullient virtuosity,” (Gramophone Magazine) unless marking a mature artist, concertizing for the better part of an established career. Such praise...

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