Posts Tagged ‘pianist’
As the new millennium approaches the end of its first decade and folks who habitually worry about such things ponder the death of jazz yet again, young alto saxophonist Jon Irabagon’s latest, The Observer, arrives like a ...
Beethoven fans should be flocking to Bass Performance Hall this weekend for the Fort Worth Symphony’s three-day festival saluting the popular German composer. A different symphony will be heard each night: the Third, R...
In November 2003, when the Cliburn Foundation and the Modern Art Museum were just starting their new series expressly devoted to contemporary music, the programmers set aside one concert for songs by three young composers bring...
The last great pianist from the country of Argentina was Martha Argerich, the sultry, eccentric, reclusive, unpredictable keyboard wizard who lit up the 1960s and ’70s with her volcanic musicianship.
You may not know the name of Thomas Pasatieri, but you’ve almost certainly heard his work.
The piano, it’s often said, is the one instrument that can best approximate the sonorities and sound volume of an orchestra.
From Russia with love comes a prodigal son, while local filmmakers take on MySpace.
George Gershwin got an unusual run through at the Fort Worth Symphony Concerts in the Garden last week.