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Sara Davis Buechner - Listen to Her on the Web This Week- LIve Performance - Mozart Concerto!
Sara had an absolutely BREATHTAKING performance of the Mozart Piano Concerto No 24 in C minor, K491 with Maestro Gerhardt Zimmermann and the Canton Symphony
You can listen to the broadcast on the web at 3:30pm ET (NYC Time) on Sunday 20 January. Point your web browser or Internet radio here :
You'll find links there for several different media players. I usually recommend the mp3 link :
However, you may find that your particular hardware / software combination works better with a different one.
For more information about booking Sara please call Carrie Feiner Concert Management at 914/725-0200 or go to www.saradavisbuechner.com
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ BRAVO TO SARA DAVIS BUECHNER! John Fleming of the Tampa Bay Times says Sara's performance was
"dazzling... wonderfully sensitive... sensational... It doesn't get any better" Sara's performance of Bernstein's Age
of Anxiety with the Florida Orchestra was a performance that nobody is ever going to forget. _________________________________________________________ The Florida Orchestra opens its 2012-13 season on a delightful note
"Season opens on high note" Stuart Malina conducts his first masterworks program. by John Fleming Times Performing Arts Critic
TAMPA -- Nobody - - neither musicians nor members of the audience - - can complain about lack of variety in the Florida Orchestra's 2012 - 13 season, which got under way Friday nightin Morsani Hall of the David A. Straz Jr. Center for the Performing Arts. On the podium was Stuart Malina, the first of a dozen conductors added on short notice to the masterworks schedule when Stefan Sanderling stepped down as music director two years sooner than planned.
... this was his first masterworks program, and it turned out to be well-suited to his talents,especially Leonard Bernstein's Symphony no. 2, The Age of Anxiety, which featured a dazzling performance by the piano soloist, Sara Davis Buechner.
Based on a long poem by W.H. Auden, Bernstein's symphony, which is really more like a piano concerto, is something of a jazz-classical hybrid, but Malina, the orchestra and Buechner held its ungainly structure together beautifully, right from the wistful clarinet duet in the beginning.
Buechner's playing was wonderfully sensitive in the soloist's bluesy sections, but nothing prepared the audience for her sensational run-through of the Masque movement, a toe-tapping delight that included drums, harp, celesta and bass. It doesn't get any better.
- - - - - CONGRATS !!! BRAVO TO SARA! For booking info please go to www.saradavisbuechner.com or call Carrie Feiner at 914/725-0200
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