Pianist Lara Downes Journeys Through America's Musical Heritage On Some Of These Days, Out Today
Today, internationally acclaimed pianist Lara Downes - genre-fluid chart-topping recording artist and concert soloist, arts advocate and activist- releases Some Of These Days(Flipside), her revival of some of America's most important traditional freedom songs and Spirituals. Across classical, jazz, ...
Redi Hasa Presents, The Stolen Cello, New Album Out September 4
A new album from Decca Records and the team behind global sensation Ludovico Einaudi is to be released exploring the inspiring story of a young man caught up in the Albanian conflict in the early 1990s, as he navigates his new life in Italy with his most prized possession: a stolen cello.
The younger ...
Jeremy Denk To Lead Three Live Streamed Events On Bach For The Greene Space
Jeremy Denk will lead a three-part series of online events for the Jerome L. Greene Performance Space, the live event space and broadcast studio from WNYC and WQXR in New York City, starting this Monday, April 6, at 7pm ET, all at thegreenespace.org. The series, titled Bach's Well-Tempered Lens, features ...
Brad Mehldau Performs From "After Bach" At Philharmonie De Paris
Brad Mehldau brought his Three Pieces After Bach program to the Philharmonie de Paris back in April 2018. As with his album After Bach, released on Nonesuch in March of that year, the solo program pairs pieces from J.S. Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier with Mehldau's own works inspired by Bach. The concert, ...
Timo Andres Performs From "I Still Play" For Qobuz Facebook Live
Composer and pianist Timo Andres performed a Facebook Live concert for Qobuz USA from his home in Brooklyn this afternoon. He played five pieces from the forthcoming album I Still Play: Brad Mehldau's L.A. Pastorale, Nico Muhly's Move, his own Wise Words, Donnacha Dennehy's Her Wits (About Him), and ...
Deutsche Grammophon's World Piano Day Virtual Festival Reaches Audience Of 4 Million In Over 100 Countries
Ten Yellow Label artists came together to mark World Piano Day on Saturday 28 March by pre-recording intimate live performances on smartphone video - from the safety of their current locations - which were then streamed online to create a unique international virtual festival.
In spite of increased ...
Seiji Ozawa & Martha Argerich Present Beehoven: Piano Concerto No. 2
Decca Classics announce the second official joint recording from Seiji Ozawa and Martha Argerich, presenting Beethoven's Piano Concerto No.2 in his 250th anniversary year, and Ozawa's first-ever recording of Grieg's Holberg Suite. Following the unprecedented success of their debut collaboration in 2018, ...
Deutsche Grammophon's Star Pianists Mark World Piano Day (March 28) With Global Virtual Festival
Deutsche Grammophon is set to mark World Piano Day on Saturday 28 March with an international virtual festival featuring performances by members of its family of artists.
The roster of stars includes Maria João Pires, Rudolf Buchbinder, Evgeny Kissin, Víkingur Ólafsson, Jan Lisiecki, Joep Beving, ...
Composer Max Richter's 8-Hour Work, Sleep, Reaches #1 On Billboard's Classical Chart
Composer Max Richter's groundbreaking eight-hour work SLEEP (Deutsche Grammophon/Universal Music) reaches #1 on Billboard's Overall Classical Chart, five years after the release debuted at #1 on the same chart. This week (March 13 - March 19) was the highest-consumption week ever for SLEEP, including ...
Nonesuch Releases "I Still Play," New Piano Pieces Written In Tribute To Longtime Nonesuch President Bob Hurwitz, May 22
Nonesuch Records releases I Still Play, an album comprising eleven new solo piano compositions written by artists who have recorded for the label, on May 22, 2020. The pieces were written in honor of the label's longtime President Bob Hurwitz on the occasion of his 2017 shift into the Chairman Emeritus ...
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