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Max Levinson
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Happy Birthday to Shakespeare AND Prokofiev!
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Max Levinson Apr 20
I sat next to Radu Lupu for the Mozart Requiem (here we are giving a standing ovation), after his sublime Mozart...
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Max Levinson Apr 7
Concerts in Brookline and Andover this weekend
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Max Levinson Apr 6
This weekend in Brookline and Andover! Copland, Ravel, and Johann Strauss
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Max Levinson Apr 4
It's not every day you see a triple dot!
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Max Levinson Apr 1
Fascinating insight: "eye-tracking" a pianist as they play.
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Max Levinson Mar 29
Apparently today is . Pretty much like every day.
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Max Levinson Mar 28
Fun concert and recording session this past weekend in New York
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Max Levinson Mar 25
The unexpected otherworldly Cloisters was the perfect place to get psychologically ready for today's recording...
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Max Levinson Mar 25
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Max Levinson Mar 21
My #1 musical idol has always been Bach. But I didn't realize he shared a birthday (today) with Mussorgsky! Not...
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Steinway & Sons Mar 21
Inside World’s Most Legendary Piano Factory: A photo tour documenting the making of pianos via
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Max Levinson Mar 21
This Sunday evening at National Sawdust in Brooklyn:
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Steven Isserlis Mar 19
Classical musicians are often like actors: character players, transforming with each piece; or 'stars' - always themselves, no matter what.
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Max Levinson Mar 19
Interesting: to train your brain, play an instrument!
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Max Levinson Mar 18
The glitz and glamor is on stage only, not backstage. Actually, this is an A+ dressing room because it has a piano!!!
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Max Levinson Mar 18
Tonight in Littleton, Massachusetts: Rachmaninov 2! I'm looking forward to it!
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Max Levinson Mar 15
Toscanini didn't try to say things in a nice way to his orchestras, apparently:...
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Max Levinson Mar 14
A difficult piece but worth the blood, sweat and tears! Rach 2 this weekend
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Max Levinson Mar 13
Playing Rach 2 this Saturday with my friend Bruce Hangen and the Orchestra of Indian Hill. Here's a little...
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