Tag Archives: Ravel

Guest conductor Lionel Bringuier. (credit: Jeff Roffman)

Review: ASO marks a modernist path with music of Prokofiev, Ravel and Stravinsky

Mark Gresham | 03 MAY 2019 Paris was Euorpe’s hotbed for the arts between the 20th century’s two World Wars. Those were the Années Folles – the “Crazy Tears” (1919-1939) – when creative types from across Europe and the […]

Pianist Emanuel Ax (photo: Lisa Marie Mazzucco)

Review: Pianist Emanuel Ax engages with fresh and familiar works

Mark Gresham | 25 MAR 2019 On Sunday afternoon at Spivey Hall, esteemed pianist Emanuel Ax performed an appealing solo recital comprised of short works, mostly presented as complete cycles but with a couple of singletons in the mix. […]

Andrew von Oeyen

Pianist Andrew von Oeyen impresses with Ravel, Liszt

Mark Gresham | 20 FEB 2019 This past Sunday afternoon, pianist Andrew von Oeyen performed a solo recital of music by Massanet, Dutilleux, Ravel and Liszt at the highly esteemed Spivey Hall at Clayton State University in Morrow, Georgia, […]