Dejan Lazic is the ISO's only guest pianist to have played
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Ritter book lives in '50s and '60s Indianapolis, filled with segregation.
American Piano Association's Jazz Fellowship Premiere Series begins Sept. 27 in the intimacy of the Jazz Kitchen.
Barry Douglas guest starred in the ISO's 16th classical program as both its conductor and its solo pianist, the latter in Mozart's 25th Concerto.
The chamber pieces were lackluster, but all was redeemed by a magnificent performances of Crumb's Music for a Summer for Two Amplified Pianos and Percussion.
More than dudes hitting stuff with sticks
The five finalists for the APA's top classical honor, said to afford
profound early career assistance
(New York Times), are facing off this week in a series of concerts concluding Saturday.
Every Time We Say Goodbye by Claude Sifferlen is the first public release of a recording that has circulated privately among musicians and friends for years. The chief reason for the delay, people behind the project say, is that Sifferlen was so uninterested in promoting himself.
Jazz massages a lobe in one's brain that is not typically accessed by other music...