Enrique Rangel Performs Forgotten Melodies, Op. 38: No. 5. Danza rustica

Enrique Rangel Performs Forgotten Melodies, Op. 38: No. 5. Danza rustica

This week we’re posting Enrique Rangel’s performance of Forgotten Melodies, Op. 38: No. 5 Danza rustica!

Check out our YouTube channel for Enrique’s lecture & previous videos from this series:

Op. 38: No. 1. Sonata-Reminiscenza 
Op. 38: No. 2. Danza graziosa
Op. 38: No. 3. Danza festiva
Op. 38: No. 4. Canzona fluviala

Stay tuned for more every Wednesday!

Enrique Rangel Performs Forgotten Melodies, Op. 38: No. 4. Canzona fluviala

Enrique Rangel Performs Forgotten Melodies, Op. 38: No. 4. Canzona fluviala

This week we’re posting Enrique Rangel’s performance of Forgotten Melodies, Op. 38: No. 4. Canzona fluviala! 

Check out our YouTube channel for Enrique’s lecture & Op. 38: No. 1. Sonata-ReminiscenzaOp. 38: No. 2. Danza graziosa & Op. 38: No. 3. Danza festiva!

Stay tuned for more every week!

Enrique Rangel Performs Forgotten Melodies, Op. 38: No. 3. Danza festiva

Enrique Rangel Performs Forgotten Melodies, Op. 38: No. 3. Danza festiva

This week we’re posting Enrique Rangel’s performance of Forgotten Melodies, Op. 38: No. 3. Danza festiva!

Check out our YouTube channel for Enrique’s lecture & Op. 38: No. 1. Sonata-Reminiscenza & Op. 38: No. 2. Danza graziosa!

Stay tuned for more!

Adam’s Goes to the Met!

Our Founder Joe Bratcher and Artistic Director Tony Tobin just returned from a trip to NYC to glean new ideas and listen to music They heard Yefim Bronfman play the Beethoven Second Piano Concerto and the New York Philharmonic perform Rachmaninoff’s Second Symphony. Bronfman has never played better and exhibited consummate control of tone, balance, and the beautiful Steinway D.

Next on the agenda was a wonderful performance of Verdi’s Aida at the Metropolitan Opera. The cast, staging, and music were top-notch and made for a wonderful evening.

Aida at the Metropolitan Opera in NYC

But the highlight of the trip was a performance of the not-often heard Pelleas et Melisande by Claude Debussy. Since Tony Tobin is a Debussy specialist who had never seen the opera live, this was a special treat. Not only did the cast and staging impress, the new conductor of the Metropolitan Opera, Yannick Nézet-Séguin, is a worthy successor to James Levine and tantalizes with the possibilities the Met will have in the future.

We also shopped for music for the collection at Adam’s once it arrives we will tell you more about it, but in the meantime here is a preview:

The Fairies Are Exquisite Dancers by Debussy was inspired by a drawing in this book

Please Join us February 9th at 2PM for Dr. Kiyoshi Tamagawa’s master class, we already have 5 great students lined up to play.

February 24th at 4PM Dr. Tobin will play the first book of Debussy Preludes and show his new film about Debussy’s special Bluethner piano.

March 2nd at 2PM Sophia Gilmson will give an encore master class. The last was sensational so we do hope you will attend!

Enrique Rangel Performs Forgotten Melodies, Op. 38: No. 2. Danza graziosa

Enrique Rangel Performs Forgotten Melodies, Op. 38: No. 2. Danza graziosa

This week we’re posting Enrique Rangel’s performance of Forgotten Melodies, Op. 38: No. 2. Danza graziosa.

Check out our YouTube channel for Enrique’s lecture & Op. 38: No. 1. Sonata-Reminiscenza & stay tuned for more!

Adam’s Music House on KMFA

Missed us on KMFA’s Classical Austin last month? Check out their archives to hear Adam’s Music House founder Joe Bratcher III and artistic director Dr. Anthony Tobin discuss our Winter Fellowship Concert featuring our first ever fellow, Enrique Rangel, and Nicolai Medtner’s Forgotten Melodies.

Stay tuned for videos of Enrique Rangel performing Nicolai Medtner’s Forgotten Melodies Op. 38.