Or one review and one preview, to be precise. I hope to have one more pre-holiday post for you next week with reviews for Alisa Weilerstein, Anonymous 4 and more. Pianist Aimard at Perelman: Daniel Webster reviews Aimard’s recital in The Philadelphia Inquirer Tonight: Jeffrey Khaner & Charles Abramovic: City Paper’s Elivi Varga previews an.
Three more reviews to summarize an outstanding last week of recitals here at PCMS: Midori displays depth and willingness to take risks: David Patrick Stearns on violinist Midori and pianist Robert McDonald From Emanuel Ax, a luminous Schubert: Daniel Webster reviews Emanuel Ax’s November 17 piano recital A fully formed musical personality: David Patrick Stearns.
In case you missed them, here are links to a pair of Philadelphia Inquirer reviews from our last two concerts. With three more recitals to be reviewed this week (Midori, Emanuel Ax and Alice Coote), I should have another set of links for you in a few days. Enjoy, and thanks for reading! Juilliard Quartet.
Just a couple of concert reviews this week. In case you missed any, here’s a recap with links to each article. ——————————————————————————————————————————– Mozart Performed to Perfection: David Patrick Stearns on the Scottish Chamber Orchestra with Piotr Anderszewski. High Notes and Low from 17 AVA Singers: David Patrick Stearns on the AVA Ensemble with Angela Meade
It’s been quite a week of media coverage here at PCMS – reviews, a preview of tonight’s piano recital with Till Fellner, and even a feature on the front page of the Inquirer’s Sunday arts section. In case you missed any, here’s a recap with links to each article.