Posts Tagged ‘piano’
Baltimore-area pianist, John Nauman, whose intense musicality shines through in his gentle personality, is giving a free recital at the BMA on Wednesday evening. It was a pleasure to speak with him about it.
Silence might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of music, but a concert this Saturday explores just that. Pianist and faculty member, Haskell Small, explains …
First and Franklin Presbyterian church has a very aptly named music series, the Spire Series. The steeple was completed in 1879 and, at 273 feet, is the tallest in Baltimore. Chad Bowles, who is the Chair of the Piano Department at Peabody Preparatory, is presenting a varied program […]
When we celebrated the birthday of Romanian-born pianist, Radu Lupu, last week, I made the observation on the air that a number of pianists have idiosyncrasies, and Lupu’s mild and harmless one is to sit on a regular office chair when he is playing. […]
11:00 PM Conductor: Alain Altinoglu Pianist: Lang Lang Chabrier: España Bizet: Symphony in C Schmitt: La Tragédie de Salomé Chopin: Piano Concerto No 1 in E Minor, Op 11
You can tell when the big guns come to town by who is in the audience. I saw Leon Fleisher walking up aisle at Shriver Hall yesterday evening during the intermission of Richard Goode’s recital. It’s been a couple of decades since Goode played on the Shriver Hall Concert Series, and it was certainly wonderful […]
Franz Welser-Möst, conductor Pierre-Laurent Aimard, piano HOSOKAWA: Woven Dreams BARTÓK: Piano Concerto No. 2 TAKEMITSU: Garden Rain BARTÓK: Music for Strings, Percussion, and Celesta