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Tagged with Romantic
07/28/2016 - 5:26pm by tania_stavreva
"Great music and art from all corners of the globe can be found in New York all year round -- so much so that deciding which event to attend next can be overwhelming. Bulgarian-born pianist Tania... Read More
12/28/2012 - 12:29pm by ghena
This is a rare footage of pianist Vladimir Sokoloff collaborating with flutist Julius Baker in live performance of Poulenc's flute sonata on 60s TV broadcast. When I was a piano major at Curtis,... Read More
12/20/2012 - 10:18pm by ghena
This is how the great violinist Fritz Kreisler described violin prodigy Josef Hassid (1923-1950). Hassid's talent is hard to explain. He had to be touched by a divine power and his story is a tragic... Read More
10/30/2012 - 10:50am by ghena
Outside Carnegie Hall, nicely dressed people held up sings that read "will pay any price for a ticket." At 97, it was Mieczyslaw Horszowski's last Carnegie recital. Horszowski's first Carnegie... Read More
10/16/2012 - 12:20pm by ghena
Who would have believed Sergei Rachmaninoff danced what appeared to be a Ring Around the Rosie? Who would have thought he was funny, joyful and social?So many of us have grown up with an image of... Read More