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Rorianne SchradeWeill Hall at Carnegie Hall Program 2017Biography2011 Reviews2009 CD ReviewAdditional CommentsRecordingsMiscellaneous Programs

 

Rorianne Schrade, pianist  

 Tuesday, September 19, 2017, at 7:30 PM

Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall*

 

 

Program

Sonata in C Major, K. 330                                                                              Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Sonata in F minor (“Appassionata”), Op. 57                                                         Ludwig van Beethoven

Für Alina                                                                                                                                   Arvo Pärt

Prelude Op. 11, No. 1                                                                                                       Anatole Liadov

Etude in B Major, Op. 8, No. 4                                                                                    Alexander Scriabin

Etude in E Major (“La Nuit”)                                                                                   Alexander Glazunov

Etude, Op. 40, No. 2 (“Reverie”)                                                                                   Nikolai Kapustin

Etude-Tableau in E-flat Major Op. 33, No. 7                                                           Sergei Rachmaninoff

Scherzo from the Sixth Symphony                                                                          Tchaikovsky-Feinberg

 

* This recital program is to be previewed at Sevenars Concerts in Worthington, Massachusetts, August 13, 2017, at 4PM.

 

 

“Delectable flair...a communicativeness that I do not remember having heard...a sensual quality I would not have thought possible ...nuance and flexibility that had this listener thinking of Rachmaninoff’s own recordings...It is rather unusual to encounter a ‘throwback’ and to discover a player who embraces the values of a seemingly long-vanished pianistic style.”

Harris Goldsmith, New York Concert Review

 

“Dazzling concertgoers with blazing technical skill and captivating them with vulnerable emotional depth...Schrade’s potent mastery of the keyboard-spanning, strength-sapping virtuoso textures brought to mind the playing of Horowitz ... Schrade keeps alive and, in a sense reinvents a venerable tradition of heroic virtuoso performers born in the Liszt-Paganini era of the late 19th century and stretching into the twentieth century with the likes of Paderewski, Rachmaninov, and their contemporaries.”

Clifton J. Noble, Union-News, Springfield, Massachusetts

 

mastery of one aspect of keyboard playing after another …”

Max Harrison, Musical Opinion, London, UK

 

“Schrade’s ranks right up there with Bolet, Rodriguez, Wild, and Shelley at the top of the list…

Schrade’s performances are marvelous.”

James Harrington, American Record Guide (Review of “Homage to Chopin” CD)

 

“An Outstanding Evening [Headline] …So special, here, were the gradations of tone, and those wonderful old-fashioned rubatos. It reminded me of Claudio Arrau, at the height of his performing powers… then the same composer’s Waltz from Gounod’s Faust. I have never heard it played so wonderfully, except by the late György Cziffra”

Bill Newman, Music and Vision Daily, London, UK

 

“tremendous depth of expressiveness and virtuosity...The pianist’s range is stunning.”

Paul Burton, Bravo Newspaper

 

“stunning.”

Phil Muse, Classical Disc Digest

 

“… one of the most dynamic, impassioned pianists I’ve seen in live performance in years.”

Dr. Roberta Zlokower, Roberta on the Arts

 

TICKETS: $35 General Admission           Please go to:  www.carnegiehall.org

Call CarnegieCharge at 212-247-7800 or visit the Box Office at 57th and Seventh Ave.

Tickets are also sold an hour before the concert at the Weill Recital Hall Box Office.

Photo Credit: Christian Steiner           Rorianne Schrade is a Steinway Artist.

 


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