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Extractions: The San Francisco Examiner has called pianist Warren Jones "the single finest accompanist now working". Jones, who has played with such great artists as Marilyn Horne, Kathleen Battle, Denyce Grayes and Olaf Baer, will be touring several American cities with Dame Kiri Te Kanawa in the next few weeks. In an interview given to La Scena in June, he talked about his views on accompanying and the tremendous joys it brings him. The 47-year-old dynamo stepped onstage when he was five and has never looked back. Jones considers making music with someone else to be one of life's "wonderful experiences". It's a way of knowing people in a non-verbal manner, of feeling "shared energy". To develop a successful working relationship, soloist and pianist must respect each other's abilities. The accompanist is an equal partner, said Jones, and he was happy to report that attitudes on this subject are changing. He recalled an incident in 1997 when he was a juror at the Van Cliburn competition. A woman came up to him and asked, "Should I call you an accompanist or a collaborator?" His reply was a true cry from the heart: "Just call me a pianist!" Jones felt that good technique is merely a starting point for making music. The first thing he looks for in a student is the ability to get along with other musicians. He compared the bond between soloist and pianist to a love relationship: "First you must know yourself then you know the other."
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Extractions: Warren Jones frequently performs as collaborative pianist with Denyce Graves, Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, Marilyn Horne, Samuel Ramey, and Barbara Bonney. He holds positions at the Metropolitan Opera, Manhattan School of Music, and Music Academy of the West. His ability to showcase a vocalist in the most flattering musical context has earned him the fond nickname "the pianist who loves singers." More information on Warren Jones
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Extractions: NEC in the Media ... Press Kit News from NEC Vol. 1, No. 18, April 18, 2005 Welcome to your free subscription to NEC Update, coming to you every two weeks with concert highlights and other news from New England Conservatory. Scroll to the bottom to send us a message if you wish to end your free subscription. Pianist Warren Jones celebrates singers Former BSO concertmaster joins NEC faculty D.C. alumni meet Provost Dodson Commencement / Reunion 2005 ... NEC Update Back Issues Pianist Warren Jones celebrates singers photo by Paul Foley Behind every great singer, there standsor rather, sitsa great accompanist. Visitors to NEC are in for a special treat on April 21 when collaborative pianist Warren Jones (in photo), nicknamed "the pianist who loves singers," presents a masterclass exploring the intricate relationship between singer and accompanist. Jones's accompanist resume reads like a Who's Who of voice and opera greats, ranging from fellow NEC graduate Denyce Graves to Dame Kiri Te Kanawa. Explore NEC concerts and programs day by day.
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Extractions: Lyn Bronson The Carmel Music Society opened its 2000-2001 concert season on October 18 at Sunset Center in Carmel with a lieder recital featuring Danish baritone Bo Skovhus and pianist Warren Jones in a program consisting of five songs by Haydn, a selection of songs from Schubert's Schwanengesang and Schumann's Dichterliebe In addition to a distinguished career in opera, Skovhus has also built a reputation as a lieder singer and has made some highly regarded Schubert and Schumann recordings with pianist Helmut Deutsch. This concert represents his first appearance of on the Monterey Peninsula, and thus his is a welcome new face on our musical scene. This concert seemed very brief and very serious. There were no operatic arias or vocal chestnuts to delight the opera buffs in the audience (and we do have a few), nor were there any modern art songs or Broadway hits to give the program more variety. This recital began with lieder, and it ended with lieder. At the beginning of the recital in the Haydn songs, Mr. Skovhus' voice seemed rather constrained and distant, and not at all what we might expect from someone with his operatic experience. However, the songs themselves were pleasant, if not terribly interesting, and the two musicians rendered them in a sensitive, musicianly manner. The five songs from the
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Extractions: In Rossini's L'invito , which sounds for all the world like an early Chopin Polonaise (not surprising, since Chopin was an ardent fan of Rossini and Bellini) Ms. Swenson continued to wow us with her fantastic control of dynamics and beautiful shaping of phrases. In the two Bellini arias, Almen se non poss'io and Per pieta, bell'idol mio
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Extractions: Davidovsky, Vol. 3 This CD presents six new recordings of Mario Davidovsky compositions spanning a period of nearly thirty-five years, performed by some of his leading champions. Featured are three of Davidovskys Synchronisms pieces for instruments and electronic sounds. This series of path-breaking works (including the Pulitzer Prize-winning No. 6 for piano and electronics) incorporates some of the Argentine-born Davidovskys best known compositions. The Synchronisms series presents the listener with brilliantly imagined sonic-spaces that combine extreme instrumental virtuosity with an accompanying pre-recorded track that utilizes both electronic and concrete sounds. The music that Davidovsky offers is notable for its highly musical interweaving of materials from radically differing sound sources. In addition to the Synchronisms pieces, three chamber works round out this collection.