Extractions: Cecil Taylor 's name seems to evoke nature imagery from many critics; his playing has been said to resemble Niagara Falls, a volcano, a great river, thunderheads, a high wind, and a stampede. A brilliant improviser, composer and pianist, Taylor was voted the number one pianist in the DownBeat critics' poll for nine consecutive years. A giant figure in the jazz avant-garde, he shared with Ornette Coleman the charge of freeing jazz from the restraints of convention, creating a complex vocabulary that produces a rich tapestry of texture and rhythmic accent. "Metamorphosen is a marvel...intonation is flawless, ensemble is silky smooth; Yoo steers his colleagues with superior interpretive ideas."
: Mozart-Complete Piano Sonatas world s greatest composer The world s greatest exponent of 18th century piano music,the Japanese pianist mitsuko uchida, plays ALL of Mozart s piano sonatas. http://uk-classical.lotsofgoodmusic.com/B00005QDYG/.html
Carnegie Hall 30 pm, mitsuko uchida Vienna Revisited / Chamber Sessions 2 mitsuko uchida, pianoIan Workshop Concert Michael Tilson Thomas, Conductor and pianist Cantori New http://www.ffaire.com/musicplanner/ny/ch_nov03.htm
Extractions: All Press Releases for February 6, 2004 Grammy-Winning Pianist Richard Goode Appears at UCLA Live in Recital on March 31 Grammy-winning pianist Richard Goode enters and illuminates the different worlds of each composer he performs and has been hailed for music-making of tremendous emotional power, depth and expressiveness. He is widely regarded as one of Americas finest pianists. UCLA Live presents Richard Goode at Royce Hall at 8 p.m., Wednesday, March 31, 2004. For tickets call 310-825-2101 or visit www.UCLALive.org. Los Angeles February 6, 2004-Grammy-winning pianist Richard Goode enters and illuminates the different worlds of each composer he performs and has been hailed for music-making of tremendous emotional power, depth and expressiveness. He is widely regarded as one of Americas finest pianists. UCLA Live presents Richard Goode at Royce Hall at 8 p.m., Wednesday, March 31, 2004. For tickets call 310-825-2101 or visit www.UCLALive.org.
Extractions: Pianist Lydia Artymiw tapped for distinguished professorship MINNEAPOLIS - Pianist Lydia Artymiw, who joined the faculty of the University of Minnesota in 1989, received the 2001 McKnight Distinguished Professorship, making her the first performing artist at the university to receive the prestigious award. Last year Ms. Artymiw also received the College of Liberal Arts Dean's Medal for outstanding creative and scholarly work. She was also awarded the 1987 Avery Fisher Career Grant and the 1989 Andrew Wolf Chamber Music Prize. The Philadelphia-born pianist has performed in solo recitals throughout the United States, Europe and Asia; as soloist with over 100 major orchestras worldwide, with many of the leading conductors of our time; and as an acclaimed chamber musician in collaboration with internationally renowned artists and quartets. Her seven recordings for the Chandos label have received high critical acclaim. This summer Ms. Artymiw participated in the Marlboro Music Festival in Vermont as senior artist. She first attended the world-renowned festival in 1972, at age 17, while studying with Gary Graffman at the Philadelphia Musical Academy (presently the University of the Arts). Rudolf Serkin, legendary pianist and director of Marlboro from its founding in 1950 until his death in 1991, had invited Ms. Artymiw to Marlboro after hearing her audition. Ms. Artymiw returned to Marlboro in 1973 and 1974. In addition, she performed in five national Music from Marlboro chamber music tours throughout the United States in 1973, 1974, 1983 and 1986.
Extractions: Kurt Sanderlings 90th Birthday Concert consisted of three essentially dark and dramatic works. Christoph Von Dohnanyi opened his programme with Haydns Symphony No. 64 Tempora mutantur Times change . Some scholars have suggested that this nickname is associated with the principle theme of the Finale but listening to Dohnanyis penetrating performance it seems more appropriate to the experience and elements of fragmented time in the Largo. It was in the Largo that the composers hybrid and inventive writing anticipates Bruckners dynamics with their infamous gaps - eternal blank spaces - between the notes.
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Extractions: Een pianist is een persoon die de piano bespeelt. Ook de naam voor een marconist die tijdens de 2de Wereldoorlog als ondergrondse medewerker of spion werkte. Een professioneel optredende pianist die klassieke muziek uitvoert begint vaak op zeer jonge leeftijd te spelen, soms op driejarige leeftijd. Vele bekende klassieke componisten waren zelf kundige pianisten, bijvoorbeeld Sergei Rachmaninoff Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Franz Liszt Frederic Chopin en Robert Schumann Inhoud 1 Pianisten die klassieke muziek spelen 2 Pianisten die populaire muziek spelen 3 Pianisten die jazz muziek spelen 4 Pianisten die blues muziek spelen ... bewerken bewerken bewerken bewerken Views Personal tools Plaatsbepaling Zoeken trukendoos Andere talen Deutsch English De laatste wijziging op deze pagina vond plaats op 6 mei 2004 11:04.
INSPIRED MINDS uchida, mitsuko, mitsuko uchida would never have made it as an acclaimed pianistif her father s diplomatic career hadn t brought the family to Vienna. http://www.inspiredminds.de/artists.php
Alicia De Larrocha At Edifying Spectacle Clavier of Bach. He wrote this in the liner notes of Iberia as played by the estimablepianist Yvonne Loriod (his mitsuko uchida, mitsuko uchida from Philips. http://edifyingspectacle.org/thanks/asinsearch_B00000DI2V/
Extractions: The Albeniz sonata (opens Disc One) sounds amazingly like Bach, yet nothing like Bach, in de Larrocha's hands. Somehow, she brings the meditative astringency of Bach to this Spanish music. No wild fandangos and flashy dancing, this is a very cerebral interpretation of a composer who perhaps would not be so well known if it weren't for de Larrocha's lifelong championing of Spanish composers. Joy of joy, she also includes the rarely-heard Cansons i Dansas of Federico Monpou, a composer who has a lot in... more info Fiery jewelry by the supreme Hispanic pianist.:
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Scene Online COURTESY PHOTOS Violinist Mark Steinberg, above, and pianist MitsukoUchida. Communicating in the language of Mozart. MARK STEINBERG http://www.newspress.com/SceneOnline/_music3.html
Extractions: NEWS-PRESS STAFF WRITER Barry Douglas has an intriguing approach to playing Beethoven: You don't want to make it sound too easy. The great composer's music "is awkward for the hands, " said the internationally acclaimed Irish pianist. "That has always been one of Beethoven's hallmarks. If it's difficult to get to a note or a chord, the struggle to get there becomes part of the characteristic of that particular phrase. If it was easy to play, it would sound a little too glib. " Beethoven, in other words, produced a marvelous melding of form and content. His music, which so often depicts emotional struggle, is a challenge to perform. The effort required becomes part of the sound, reinforcing the music's emotional content.
ConcertoNet.com - The Classical Music Network No concert artist wraps herself more completely in the cocoon of a piece than MitsukoUchida. Usually I sit on the left side of the hall for a pianist in order http://www.concertonet.com/scripts/review.php?ID_review=825