The Big City

”The more susbtantial an individual’s aesthetic experience is, the sounder his taste, the sharper his moral focus, the freer—though not necessarily the happier—he is.."

Tonight, April 29. 7:30—Timo Andres will live stream a recital he was schedule to give at Carnegie Hall, same Bat-Time, same Bat-Channel. I was planning on reviewing this, so was feeling the loss, and now some gain. Tune in at his YouTube channel above or via this link.

Here’s the program, it’s the good stuff:

Robin Holcomb – Wherein Lies the Good

Donnacha Dennehy – Her Wits (About Him) 

Brad Mehldau – L.A. Pastorale

Gabriella Smith – Imaginary Pancake (YOUTUBE PREMIERE)

Louis Andriessen – Rimsky or La Monte Young

Steve Reich – For Bob

Timo Andres – Old Ground

Nico Muhly – Move

Timo Andres – Wise Words

Aaron Coplan – Piano Sonata

John Adams – I Still Play

Laurie Anderson – Song for Bob

Frederic Rzweski – Winnsboro Cotton Mill Blues

Philip Glass – Evening Song No. 2

“…Edgy models include Brooklyn Rail…”

San Francisco Classical Voice

“George Grella understood exactly.”

Robert Ashley

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