You can’t see it in the room, but Henry Kramer can feel the clock ticking.
We spoke with Wayne DeVeydt and Michele Jackson DeVeydt in advance of Great Homes Great Music.
What’s in a name? A lot, actually!
Op. 27, No. 2; K. 545; D. 960; S. 178; BWV 998; Hob.XVI:52; Wq. 55; Sz. 95; BB 101…there are seemingly endless letter and number combinations in classical music titles. Simply looking at a program page can be intimidating. What do these titles mean?
Who’s your favorite jazz pianist? Who’s your favorite classical composer?
These are questions that are most commonly asked among music lovers. Less often will the questions be reversed. Why?
APA Artistic Administrator Milner Fuller provides a listening guide for Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 25, K. 503, which will be featured in Henry Kramer's 2017 American Pianists Awards Premiere Series performance.