Articles tagged 'Greif'
The versatile Kreutzer Quartet takes a whirl in the time machine and journeys to Australia for four string quartets composed between 1964 and ‘75.
As a collection, Cage’s string quartets permit an ensemble to explore different ways of collaborating. Here the Bozzinis demonstrate their impressive range, playing together, apart and indifferently.
Composer-pianist Olivier Greif (1950-2000) passed away seated at his instrument, where he was discovered days later. Despite his obscurity, Greif attracted first-rank interpreters.
Compared with the string quartet, contemporary piano trios are in short supply. After Ravel, Ives, Shostakovich and perhaps Schnittke, few 20th-century works have become staples.