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Festival Notes - August 7th, 2014
Aspen Public Radio
Pianist Inon Barnatan gives a master class this morning at 10am in Harris Concert Hall and then returns there this evening at 8:30pm for the Bach Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue in d minor, BWV 903, Schubert's G major sonata, D. 894, Franck's prelude ...
Pat Metheny and Bruce Hornsby to join forces at Longwood Gardens
But I've also been really interested in modern classical music, with that dissonant, chromatic harmonic language that is used. ... the Missouri native has pushed his liquid-toned guitar playing in ever-widening circles, from his classic work with ...
Escape to Westchester for a Summer to Remember
Then, on Thursday, July 31 Hendrik Meurkens, a virtuoso on both the chromatic harmonica and the vibraphone, will perform as part of the Samba Jazz Quintet Sunset Jazz. And, there will be a scheduled performance by Eddie Allen Quintet, a well-known and ...
Kronos Quartet: A Thousand Thoughts
A Thousand Thoughts is a compilation of old Kronos Quartet material dating back to 1989, although most of the tracks were recorded after 2000. It draws from all latitudes to portray a comprehensive chromatic spectrum of world music, in an effort to ...
Paul Chamberlain: a man pressing the right buttons
Not only did he move to free-bass but he also switched from piano accordion to five-row chromatic button keyboard. “It gives you a whole chord ... It's not like with, say, a string quartet where you know exactly what to expect.” But it's to Russia that ...