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Interview: Pianist Yoonie Han on Interpreting New Compositions ‘Gloriously’ Dedicated to Her

Pianist Yoonie Han

How does a pianist work with living composers as they write new works for her? Find out in this fascinating interview with Yoonie Han. Read More »

Concert Review: Pianist Tania Stavreva – ‘Kaleidoscope Rhythms!’ – Music of Chopin, Mompou, Vladigerov and More (NYC 11/15/15)

tania stavreva

Stavreva champions composers from her native Bulgaria, plays a mean Chopin, and is unafraid to perform her own works of rumbling, percussive intensity. Read More »

Interview: Composer and Pianist Josh Nelson on Discoveries, Influences and Hiking Spots

Talking to composer/pianist Josh Nelson about life, discoveries and music. Read More »

An Interview with Bruce Hornsby

The three-time GRAMMY® winner discusses his new live album, yielding insight as to the spontaneous, intuitive nature of his concerts. Read More »

Music Review: Yoonjung Han Plays Chopin and Mompou

The Spanish composer Federico Mompou, who died in 1987, is beginning to get his due in the zeitgeist. Read More »