Tag Archives: Angela Hewitt

The Anti-Diva

I just stumbled on a newish blog – On The Bench: Conversations with Other Pianists┬áby Lara Downes. The latest post is about Angela Hewitt – currently one of my favourite pianists, more so since I saw her in recital in … Continue reading

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Are the French suites French?

It happens that the French Suites of Bach are not really French at all ( just like the French horn is German, and the English horn is neither English nor a horn. It’s thought to have originated in Silesia, which … Continue reading

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Simply Divine

Angela Hewitt was simply divine Thursday night. It was the most inspirational recital/concert I’ve attended for quite a long time. In the last 10 years, since I have chosen to focus more exclusively on teaching, I’ve re-discovered my first love … Continue reading

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