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New Album Out Now | Schumann, Carter & Stravinsky
Schumann: Kreisleriana
Carter: Night Fantasies
Stravinsky: Trois Mouvements de Pétroushka

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Devilishly brilliant playing...

Alex Ross (Twitter)

The work's playful dialogue of recurring sonorities depended on an ability to differentiate several distinct dynamic levels, a feat in which Huebner was masterfully precise.

Kyle Gann (Village Voice)

Soloist Eric Huebner reminded of the days when [Messiaen’s] wife, Yvonne Loriod, used to take the piano part.

Fred Kirshnit (NY Sun)

Phenomenal young pianist…a Most Valuable Player on the New York new-music scene…dazzling and exhilarating.

Alan Rich (LA Weekly)

...sensitivity and vigor...

Allan Kozinn (New York Times)

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About Eric Huebner

Pianist Eric Huebner has drawn worldwide acclaim for his performances of new and traditional music since making his debut with the Los Angeles Philharmonic at age 17. In January 2012, he was appointed pianist of the New York Philharmonic and has been featured in works by Lindberg, Stravinsky, Ives, Milhaud and R. Strauss among others. In June 2012 he gave the New York Premiere of Elliott Carter’s Two Controversies and a Conversation for piano, percussion and chamber orchestra with Musicians of the New York Philharmonic, Colin Currie, percussion and David Robertson conducting as part of the CONTACT! series. He has previously collaborated with Mr. Robertson in performances of György Ligeti’s Piano Concerto and Olivier Messiaen’s Oiseaux Exotiques. From 2001 through 2012, Huebner was a member of Antares, a quartet comprised of clarinet, violin, cello and piano. First prize winners of the 2002 Concert Artists Guild International Competition, Antares appeared regularly in major chamber music venues throughout the United States and worked closely with many composers on the commissioning of new works for its combination.

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Saturday July 4th, 2015 7:30 pm

New York Philharmonic: Shanghai residency

7/4; Shanghai Symphony Hall
program to include Copland's Appalachian Spring

7/5: Shanghai Symphony Hall
program to include Stravinsky's Petrushka (1911 version)

7/6: Shanghai Poly Grande Theater
same as 7/4

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