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July 9, 2013

by Jeannette Fang


As mentioned before, Barnes is an out of the box thinker, which he demonstrated at Tuesday’s masterclass by using his newly purchased shoes as a “dolce analogy.”  Crazy?  But effective!  He passed it around the audience, having them touch the rather indecently delightful leather, which, truth be told, made quite an impression of connecting what feels SO good to what would sound as good.  


July 8, 2013

by Jeannette Fang


Paul Barnes is all about communication.  He’s the dream conduit for new music.  Not only is he a personable and engaging speaker, introducing new works with enthusiasm and humor, but he is an out of the box thinker, constantly coming up with new ways to connect his audience.  In introducing Monday night’s concert, he tied his first piece, three of his own transcriptions from Philip Glass’s Orphée, to Schubert...

July 4, 2013

by Moon Kyoung Kim


The Independence Day concert was a very special experience both for the performers and the audience. The piano was placed in the beautifully decorated garden of the Town Hall. The scent of flowers was carried on the gentle breeze, the audience in attendance delightfully waiting for the concert.

The concert began with an impromptu performance of the national anthems of U. S. A. and Italy. Immediately followi...

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