- Posted by Daniel Gilliam on April 15
Pianist Van Cliburn has passed away at the age of 78. In 1958 he came to prominence for his win at the first Tchaikovsky International Competition. Born in Shreveport, Louisiana, he moved to Kilgore, Texas as a young child, and in the 1980s moved from New York City to Fort Worth. Here are remembrances in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and Dallas News.
And a guest on “What’s My Line?”
- Posted by Daniel Gilliam on February 27
Sisters Amy and Sara Hamann made their debut as piano duo with the Twin Cities Youth Symphony, and have since performed with the Minnesota Orchestra, Columbus Symphony, Cedar Rapids Symphony Orchestra and on the Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert Series. They’ve also been on Performance Today and Studio 360 (audio below). Our featured album this week is their new recording of the complete Piano Duos by Beethoven, recorded on a modern piano and on an instrument from Beethoven’s time, provided by The Schubert Club.
- Posted by Daniel Gilliam on January 14
Doors open at 11:45am. Brown bag your lunch and join us for this free performance. If you’re a member of Classical 90.5 at the $52 level or higher, call to reserve a free lunch from the City Café (first 20 callers receive a lunch). Call (502) 814-6565 to reserve your lunch by noon the Tuesday before the show. Seating is limited.
- Posted by Daniel Gilliam on January 9
Rachel Grimes performs on Lunchtime Classics, January 16th. Listen to her latest album “Book of Leaves.”
Members can reserve a lunch and seat for the concert.
- Posted by Daniel Gilliam on January 5