My first podcast is a contribution to a longer piece by Bachtrack.com on Piano Today. It features a fascinating interview with Piotr Anderszewski, one of the most insightful, intellectual and profound pianists working today, a round up of forthcoming piano recitals around the world, and my thoughts on the sometimes tricky art of reviewing piano concerts. Hear the full broadcast here:
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[…] And Vogt’s gurning was rather off-putting too. (Hear me talking about this concert in my podcast for Bachtrack). […]