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But this much is certain: She sure knows how to attract the media and hype. She will have to deliver the goods – and I mean the musical goods. Is there a better way to attract young audiences or garner publicity? #Blog Post #Blog Posting #Facebook Post #Facebook Posting #Universityof Wisconsin-Madison #You Tubevideo Arts audience Bach Baroque Beethoven blog Cello Chamber music choral music clarinet Classical music Compact Disc composer Concert concerto conductor Early music Facebook First Unitarian Society of Madison flute Franz Schubert George Frideric Handel Haydn Jacob Stockinger Johannes Brahms Johann Sebastian Bach John De Main John W.
After all, I suspect that the brouhaha about Yuja Wang would not amount to much if she had failed to make a deep musical impression.
She got quite the photo (below) and write-up preview in The New York Times this past Thursday, the morning before her concert.
It all concerns her performing Chopin, Rachmaninoff, Scriabin (I don’t know the specific pieces, but she is billing it as an homage to her favorite pianist Vladimir Horowitz, so I expect it will be some of the same famous pieces by those composers that Horowitz often performed.) You would also have to go pretty far and to extreme excess to top her own website for self-promotion.
So why not a sensational performer, (mostly) at a Steinway.
ALERT: This week’s “Sunday Afternoon Live From the Chazen” will feature the Kat Trio (the violin, clarinet and piano trio, below, is in residence this year at Wisconsin Public Radio) in larger works by Milhaud and Menotti as well as smaller works by Brahms, Tchaikovsky, Ginastera and others. Along comes the 26-year-old, Uzbekistan-born pianist Lola Astanova, clad in skimpy black and lots of skin, to up the ante on the sexy dress quotient in classical music.
local Links Enabled=false And here is 2010 story with some great vintage quotes about her attitudes: It is interesting to read about Astanova (below), who sees fashion as an expression and extension of her creativity and artistry, and to learn how her musical training went at Rice University with Jon Kimura Parker and others.
We have yet to see if it will be the same for Lola. Yet this doesn’t really matter either to them or to the public or, most important, to those who form the public tastes by writing about music and musicians.Thus, for example, a tabloid pundit expressing his heartfelt regret that Nicola Benedetti “won’t be posing for the lads’ mags anytime soon. She’s a violinist, which is to say fiddler – well, you do get it.“But Nicola doesn’t always take the bonniest photo,” continues the writer, “she’s beaky in pics sometimes, which is weird because in the flesh she’s an absolute knock-out.“The classical musician is wearing skinny jeans which show off her long legs.