Richard Goode’s journey through late Beethoven in Amsterdam; FRANK SALOMON ASSOCIATES Celebrating Our 50th Anniversary

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This month and next bring us the last four events in Richard Goode‘s residency at Carnegie Hall (see below) which shows the diversity and depth of his artistry as recitalist, concerto soloist, chamber musician and master class mentor.
2015 has already been filled with other wonderfully celebratory experiences including collaborations with Robertson in St. Louis, deWaart in Milwaukee, Blomstedt in Los Angeles, Ling in San Diego, and coming soon, Nelsons in Boston and New York. Future orchestral appearances include Herbert Blomstedt and the Orchestre de Paris and Ivan Fischer and the Budapest Festival Orchestra, with whom he made the acclaimed recordings of the five Beethoven Concertos.
Last Sunday, Richard Goode played the last three Beethoven Sonatas at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam and, as you can see, his command of the music, his warmth and sensitivity captivated  “an utterly enchanted audience.”
He is, without question, as many critics have noted, one of today’s most compelling artists who communicates the music he plays in a totally natural  and unaffected way.
“Goode has so thoroughly entered into the spirit of the compositions he performs that you’d swear the composer himself was at the keyboard.”  – Toronto Globe and Mail
Happy Spring from all of us at Frank Salomon Associates,
121 W. 27th St., Ste. 703 | New York, NY 10001
[email protected] | 212-581-5197
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