Denk’s Mischievous Mozart

Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Nicholas McGegan (conductor), Jeremy Denk (piano), Music Center at Strathmore

In Mozart’s day, virtuoso composers ruled the musical roost. Artistic creation went beyond mere composition to encompass the public display of new works in live performances. At the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s concert Thursday night at Strathmore, pianist Jeremy Denk evoked the spontaneity and sense of discovery of those occasions with a scintillating account of Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 25 in C…

Read the full review here (Washington Post, January 17, 2014).

Photo by Michael Wilson
Photo by Michael Wilson

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