Music For The Uncommon Mind

Minimal, spare, delicate and drone music for piano

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Monday, May 20, 2013

With all the richness, and pianistic splendor of last week behind us, the only suitable response involves music of clarity and sparseness. This week on the program we're balancing Aimard's high note-per-second repertoire with meditative, slow-moving, and delicate repertoire in conjunction with our Spring Fund Drive

Tune in this week for music of Morton Feldman (plus music from his wife and one-time student Barbara Monk Feldman), Alvin Curran, Philip Glass (a live performance of two recent etudes by pianist Bruce Brubaker from (le) Poisson Rouge in New York City), Ann Southam, John Adams, and many others. 

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Conor Hanick
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