Two towering virtuosos join together for a program of major two-piano works, including John Adam's “Hallelujah Junction,” Frederic Rzewski's “Winnsboro Cottonmill Blues,” and Mary Ellen Child's “Kitter.”
The New York Times has described Blair McMillen, who teaches at Bard College, as “riveting,” “prodigiously accomplished and exciting,” and as one of the piano’s “brilliant stars.” The English pianist, Stephen Gosling has made over 30 recordings, and is one of New York City’s busiest and best pianists. Conductor David Alan Miller said, “These are two of the greatest pianists on the planet, and the chance to hear them together on the stage of the legendary Troy Savings Bank Music Hall performing their favorite repertory is a once-in-lifetime opportunity!”
$10 [Free with Festival Pass]
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