Intro to Beethoven
In today's Washington Post: An introductory user's guide to the Beethoven piano sonatas, by Anne Midgette.
Note: a reader wrote in to observe that in my roster of Beethoven sonata cycles currently going on or scheduled in the DC area, I neglected to mention one I blogged about earlier: Yuliya Gorenman's ongoing cycle at American University (the next is in April). Gorenman will also play the "Waldstein" sonata in one of Rob Kapilow's lecture-demonstrations in the series "What Makes it Great?," presented by the Washington Performing Arts Society on January 12.
November 15, 2009; 12:00 PM ET
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