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Thomas Schultz

Dream, Music for Marcel Duchamp, One, Prelude for Meditation and Etudes Australes XXIII, XXX and XXXII by John Cage; Walking, Walking by Hyo-shin Na; Winnsboro Cotton Mill Blues and Piano Piece No. 4 by Frederic RzewskiPraised by San Francisco Chronicle music critic Joshua Kosman for his “strong, fearless execution,” “depth of feeling,” and “fiery elegance and formal command”, Thomas Schultz has established an international reputation both as an interpreter of music from the classical tradition—particularly Bach, Beethoven, Schubert and Liszt—and as one of the leading exponents of the music of our time. He has worked closely with such eminent composers as John Cage, Morton Feldman, Christian Wolff, Frederic Rzewski, Earle Brown, Jonathan Harvey and Elliott Carter (in performances of the Double Concerto at the Colorado Music Festival and at Alice Tully Hall in New York). For this concert he focuses solely on music of the 20th century, with works by Cage, Rzewski and Hyo-shin Na.

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