Monthly Archives: October 2011

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Radoslav Kvapil is the elder statesman of Czech pianists. His many recordings of the piano music of his homeland for Supraphon, Calliope, ASV, Unicorn, and other independent labels have consistently been praised by critics as the performances of choice. Musical…Continue Reading

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Multitalented musician Christopher Ball, who is soon to celebrate his seventieth birthday, has had no fewer than six musical careers, successively as clarinettist, orchestral conductor, recorder player, publisher, arranger and composer. He started composing in his teens, but became disillusioned…Continue Reading

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Alto returns to international availability podium giant Evgeny Mravinsky‘s titanic recording of Shostakovich’s anguished aural portrait of the Soviet Union at war.

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Violinist Miranda Cuckson took some time recently to talk to Gene Gaudette about her interest in new music, her artistic collaboration with composer Michael Hersch, and the experience of preparing and performing contemporary works for concert and the recording studio.…Continue Reading