Classical Detour PT drifts off the beaten path of the standard repertoire with another "Classical Detour." This time around, it's three compelling performances by three separate pianists: Pedja Muzijevic, Margaret Leng Tan and Jon Kimura Parker.
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Classical Detour

Classical Detour

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PT drifts off the beaten path of the standard repertoire with another "Classical Detour." This time around, it's three compelling performances by three separate pianists. Pedja Muzijevic plays a pair of Balkan Dances by Marko Tajcevic at the Freer Gallery in Washington, DC. Also at the Freer, Margaret Leng Tan plays the U.S. premiere of Eric Griswold's arrangement of a traditional Chinese tune, called "Little Sister Loves a Hard-working Man." And Jon Kimura Parker is at Piano Festival Northwest in Portland to play the evocative "China Gates," by John Adams.

Classical Detour

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