Sometimes, though, we have the honor of being able to debut music by true legends in-the-making--someone of ever-increasing like pianist Simone Dinnerstein, that is. We'll get into specifics after the jump, but for right now...C-LITE has an exclusive listen to Ms. Dinnerstein’s "Rhapsody in Blue" (by George Gershwin, of course) from her forthcoming album Broadway-Lafayette, releasing via Sony Classical on February 24.
Creating a great publicity photo is a difficult art. And at Classicalite, we see a lot of them, both good and bad. Here is a gallery of the top five publicity shots to have crossed our desks in 2014.
Virtuoso guitarist Jason Vieaux will perform a concert for the Neighborhood Classics series featuring music ranging from Bach to Pat Metheny, including guitar favorites by Spanish composer Isaac Albéniz and 19th century Italian classical guitar master, Mauro Guiliani.
Classical radio station WQXR will host a Google Hangout on air with pianist Simone Dinnerstein, who will play music of J.S. Bach and talk about the composer's music with a group of special guests, including composer Nico Muhly and writer Paul Elie, author of Reinventing Bach.
An interesting article over at The Guardian reports on Brit composer Charlotte Bray's novel idea for fundraising her latest piece. She is selling it. One bar at a time.
Pianist Simone Dinnerstein's newest album, a recording of J.S. Bach’s Inventions and Sinfonias, will be released by Sony Classical in the U.S. on January 21, 2014. Following the release of the album, Dinnerstein will embark on a concert tour, performing Bach’s Inventions in cities throughout the U.S.
Classical pianist Simone Dinnerstein and singer songwriter Tift Merritt collaborated together to create their new project titled Night, which will release on Sonny Classical, March 19.