The New York-based Australian pianist tells us how after the September 11 attacks, Bach's Goldberg Variations were the only thing that made sense.
The 27-year-old from Brisbane has taken home the $27,000 First Prize.
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Pahud flies solo with works old and new, but Solo fails to land.
Melnikov’s Érard makes for impressive Debussy, period.
For Paul Lewis, Papa Haydn turns ought to be no laughing matter.
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Hough gives us sweet dreams care of 27 pianistic delights.
Delectable Debussy degustation with French fries on the side.
Novel take on music of Baroque master yields new insights.
Kolesnikov takes aim at the French Baroque and hits the bullseye every time.
Hamelin scales Schubert’s heights and plumbs his depths.