Now, drawing on bubblegum pop, Lamon Young-inspired drones and - of course - The Velvet Underground, they will lend their intricate and immersive sounds to Williams' luminous work. Northwest Film Forum revisits works from the Warhol Factory. Yet his technical mastery as heard in Benaroya Hall seemed greater than any of those. Having long ago seen a then-prominent pianist Ivo Pogorelich make Chopin sound like a third-rate composer, it was a joy to hear Bronfman make Schumann sound almost like a first-rate composer. Esther Robinson will be in attendance Friday and Sunday.
Altogether a fun, even thrilling experience!
Black and Blur
For two nights only, December 7 and 9 at 8 p. All will be screened silent with the exception of the minute Harold Stevenson film, which will feature live accompaniment by A Walk Into the Sea composer T. Factory Films," a rare movie and music spectacular. No lack of musical gifts in this player! In fact, this recital was so full of technical wizardry that its musical riches were almost overshadowed. To say Bronfman had it well under his fingers would be understatement.
Bronfman is indeed one of the giants of the piano world. Finale from "Sonata No. Yet it was musically expressive as well. Factory Films," a rare movie and music spectacular. Griffin, along with Catherine McRae. Northwest Film Forum revisits works from the Warhol Factory. The Chopin was played strictly as a technical show-off, which I found appropriate in this context.