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61. Piano Recital Review 2002 - Rebecca Penneys, Concert Pianist
An Eastman School of Music professor, Penneys is a pianist of prodigious closed withbracing renditions of Three Virtuoso Etudes, earl wild’s pyrotechnical
Rebecca Penneys
Recital Review - 2002
Pianist’s interpretive flair adds clarity, depth Concert Review Pianist Rebecca Penneys’ Sunday afternoon recital at Kilbourn Hall revealed an artist of striking originality. An Eastman School of Music professor, Penneys is a pianist of prodigious talent: She possesses a daredevil technique and the sort of charismatic stage presence that demands attention. Yet on Sunday it was her interpretive gift that most captivated the listener. At a time when so many pianists seem content to play the thrice-familiar works of the repertoire in much the thrice-familiar way, Penneys gave performances that were revelatory. Indeed, in her hands, the great works of Chopin, Liszt, Grieg, Debussy, Mozart and Gershwin-Wild that made up her program sounded novel, as if they were just composed yesterday. Her performance of Mozart’s Sonata in A Major, K. 331 unfolded with the freedom of an improvisation. Certainly, Penneys does not view a Mozart score as a kind of inviolable blueprint that must be reproduced exactly the same way every time, like a photocopy. In fact, one suspects that even Penneys didn’t know exactly how the Mozart would go until she sat down to play it, since she was obviously re-creating the music on the spot.

62. Virtuoso Piano Transcription : Discography
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    64. Kirill Gerstein
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    Kirill Gerstein pianist CMA Home Page Photos Biography Click on topics or scroll do wn for complete information Biography January 2004 Russian pianist Kirill Gerstein is quickly proving to be one of today's most promising and intriguing young artists. Already recognized for his deeply musical interpretations and masterful technique, he was the First Prize winner at the 2001 Arthur Rubinstein Piano Competition in Tel Aviv and was chosen to receive a 2002 Gilmore Young Artist Award, an honor given to young pianists who have demonstrated significant potential to develop outstanding performing careers as concert artists.
    During his years at Berklee, he continued to practice the classical piano repertoire and also attended the Boston University summer program at Tanglewood in 1995 and 1996. It was following his second summer at Tanglewood that he decided that classical music would be his main focus. He moved to New York City to attend the Manhattan School of Music where he studied with Solomon Mikowsky and earned both his Bachelor and Masters of Music degrees by the age of 20. Mr. Gerstein continued his studies in Madrid with the famed piano pedagogue Dmitri Bashkirov, with whom he still coaches on a regular basis. He is also one of only six pianists to have been selected to study in 2003 and 2004 at the prestigious Lake Como Piano Academy in Italy.
    Kirill Gerstein made his major orchestral debut in September 2000 with the Zurich Tonhalle Orchestra and David Zinman and was immediately reengaged for the following season. Additional European orchestral appearances include performances with the National Orchestra of Spain with Gunther Herbig, Israel Philharmonic, Orchestre de Lille with Sergui Comissiona, Stuttgart Radio Orchestra, Zurich Chamber Orchestra, Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulouse and the Jerusalem Symphony with Lawrence Foster. He has appeared in recital in Paris, Hamburg, Bonn, Zurich, Prague, Warsaw and throughout Spain, while his summer festival appearances include three consecutive summers at the Verbier Festival, Ruhr Piano Festival, Gstaad, the International Piano Festival in the Canary Islands, the Jerusalem Chamber Music Festival with Elena Bashkirova and the London Proms with cellist Steven Isserlis.

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    by the composer himself, Sergei Rachmaninov (Naxos Historical) Piano Concertos Nos.1-4 with Vladimir Ashkenazy (Decca) Piano Concertos Nos.1-4 with Idil Biret (Naxos) Piano Concertos Nos.1-4 Piano Concertos Nos.1-4 featuring Earl Wild (Chandos) with Japanese pianist Noriko Ogawa (BIS)
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    An Inktroduction with Recordings Recommendations The "Elegiac" Piano Trios with the Borodin Trio (Chandos) Music for Two Pianos : Suite No.2 op.17, Russian Rhapsody , and Symphonic Dances . With pianists Dmitri Alexeev and Nikolai Demidenko. Also features music by Medtner Orchestral Works:
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    68. Huckleberry Will Perform As Solo Pianist, Chamber Musician And Accompanist April
    a set of songs by George Gershwin, performed with Joselson, together with the1973 solo piano transcriptions of the same songs by pianist earl wild; and
    University of Iowa News Release April 2, 2004 Huckleberry Will Perform As Solo Pianist, Chamber Musician And Accompanist April 13 Alan Huckleberry will present an unusual piano recital, performing as soloist, chamber musician and accompanist, all on the same program, when he presents his second University of Iowa faculty recital at 8 p.m. Tuesday, April 13 in Clapp Recital Hall on the UI campus. Huckleberry will be assisted by cellist Anthony Arnone and soprano Rachel Joselson fellow faculty members at the UI School of Music and by flutist Nicole Esposito, a guest artist, on the recital. Their performance will be free and open to the public. Huckleberry came to the UI as a visiting faculty member last fall. His previous recital, in February of this year, also combined solo and chamber performances. "Once again I will be featuring chamber music, vocal accompanying, and solo performances," Huckleberry said. "In this concert I will be focusing on works by American composers of the 20th and 21st centuries." The complete program will be:
    the Sonata for Cello and Piano by Seymour Shifrin, the oldest piece on the program, from 1948, performed with Arnone;

    69. Pianist Definition Meaning Information Explanation
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  • 71. Concerts In Cyberspace
    While travel remains the only solution for most cases, this year, people who wantedto hear a recital by pianist earl wild or performances at the Van Cliburn
    Concerts in Cyberspace
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    originally published in Piano and Keyboard , Issue 188, September / October 1997 Like text and graphics, sound is a type of information. It may be represented as amplitude versus time. Our ears translate fluctuations in amplitude into pitch; the higher the frequency of the fluctuation, the higher the pitch. When sound is recorded using analog methods, arbitrary amplitudes or frequencies can be stored. For example, sound waves will cause a diamond needle traveling on a blank vinyl record to vibrate and cut a continuous groove. By contrast, a digital recording takes a series of rapid snapshots. The result is discrete in both amplitude and time, causing loss of data. In theory, analog should allow for the most realistic capture of sound.
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    One of the first musicians to take advantage of Internet audio was pianist Earl Wild. On March 7 he broadcast a performance that was billed as the first solo piano recital over the web. Wild, a concert veteran, also holds the distinction of being the first live pianist on television in 1939. The recital was given in Carnegie Music Hall, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and was broadcast live on WQED-FM in the local area. The program included works by Beethoven, Brahms, Chopin, Liszt, and Medtner. WQED broadcasts over the Internet using RealAudio, so any user who downloaded the free player could listen in. The setup in the concert hall appeared perfectly standard for radio broadcasts, with the usual microphones, but a live feed was also sent to the computer server. The concert was made possible by a collaboration between the Carnegie Mellon Department of Music, WQED-FM, the Carnegie Mellon Network Development, and Progressive Networks (creator of RealAudio).

    72. MasterClasses
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    Master Classes The Shandelee Music Festival is truly honored to host internationally renowned pianist Earl Wild. Mr. Wild will be giving a solo performance on the Sunset Concert Series and teaching master classes to the International Artists of Shandelee. Earl Wild , Pianist
    Earl Wild is a pianist in the grand Romantic tradition. Considered by many to be "the last of the great Romatic pianists," this eminent musician bears an international reputation as one of the last in a long line of virtuoso pianist/composers. Often heralded as "a super virtuoso" and "one of the 20 th Century’s greatest pianists," Earl Wild is a legendary figure, having performed throughout the world for over seven decades. Consequently, Mr. Wild has acquired significant recognition, having been featured in TIME magazine more than once as well as his inclusion in the recent Philips Records series entitled, The Great Pianists of the 20 th Century.

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    75. Newport Music Festival
    Legendary American pianist earl wild makes his Festival debut highlightingthe annual Festival Gala at Rosecliff July 24th (see next page).
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    The popular retrospectives of major composers continue with the 2003 Composer Series. This season, twenty-four afternoon programs will be devoted to the complete chamber music, piano masterpieces and songs, both well known and rare, of two of the 20th Century’s most creative minds—Russian composer Sergei Prokofiev and French composer Francis Poulenc. Though perhaps overshadowed by some of their more famous countrymen, these two composers epitomize neo-Romanticism and share a unique place in 20th Century chamber music. Pieces of their music will be performed, including the solo piano pieces, transcriptions for other instruments, chamber works and songs, as well as the piano concerti for two pianos. Concert Cruises on Narragansett Bay
    Enjoy a Festival tradition on the Bay Queen’s Vista Jubilee for two splendid Narragansett Bay concert cruises, departing the dock at Goat Island Marina Mondays on July 14 and 21 at 11 am sharp, until about 2 pm. The cruises feature a recreation of one of Dr. Malkovich’s favorite recordings “The Art of Youra Guller, Legendary Pianist” and the return of Hungarian pianist Klára Würtz. As always, the concert includes a sumptuous Champagne Louis Roederer buffet lunch with magnificent Narragansett Bay as the backdrop. Tickets are $48 per person. Debuts and Recitals
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    77. GTSO Renowned Soloists
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    Price: Customer Review: Ivory Classics are now releasing a series of the veteran American piano virtuoso Earl Wild's recordings, upon which his reputation as a super-virtuoso rests. These superbly refurbished recordings date from the 1960s to 1980s and mostly capture Wild at his technical and interpretative best. Take the... more info Customer Rating: Click here for more information Chopin: The Complete Etudes by Fryderyk Chopin Price: Customer Review: When I first heard Mr. Wild's interpretation of the complete Chopin Etudes, I wasn't immediately reminded of any other pianist. Cornerstone artists of this repertoire- Pollini, Ashkenazy, Arrau, and a multitude of new names, such as Ohlsson (whose own performance on Arabesque I reviewed here 12...

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    80. | La Quinta Pianist To Give Performance Of Mozart’s Complete W
    During this season alone, Italian pianist Antonio PompaBaldi had to cope with AtWong’s astounding recital earlier this month, his teacher earl wild was all
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    La Quinta pianist to give performance of Mozart’s complete works
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    April 18th, 2002 Wayne McEvilly eats, drinks and breathes Mozart. The La Quinta pianist often spends Saturdays wending his way through all 17 sonatas, a feat he has clocked at four hours and eight minutes.
    On April 27 at the Springs Theater of the Palm Springs Convention Center, McEvilly invites the public to attend a concert that might make its way into the Guiness Book of World Records. Beginning at 1 p.m., with two 20-minutes intermissions, he will perform the entire canon.
    According to McEvilly, it will make the first time any pianist has ever done so, not in London, Vienna, New York, nor in any other world music capital, but here in Palm Springs
    “It is so extraordinary,” explains the former music professor who holds a doctorate in music from the University of Southern California. “I don’t think any other pianist even thought of doing this. For Mozart lovers, it is one chance in the lifetime to hear them all performed without (sheet music).”
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