Conor Hanick, piano
Philip Glass: Etudes
Karlheinz Stockhausen: Piano pieces
Conor Hanick, called “a true champion of contemporary music” by National Public Radio, plays solo piano works by American minimalist Philip Glass and the maverick 20th-century German Karlheinz Stockhausen.
The wide-ranging musical abilities and diverse artistic interests of pianist Conor Hanick have led to acclaimed solo and chamber performances around the world and collaborations with music’s most accomplished instrumentalists, conductors, ensembles and composers. He has be heard throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia — and in virtually every prominent arts venue in New York — and been described as “brilliant,” “astounding” (New York Times), “expert” (Philadelphia Inquirer) and “sparkling” (The Strad). A recent finalist for the Andrew Wolf Chamber Music Award, Hanick is a faculty artist at the Music Academy of the West in Santa Barbara, produces radio for New York Public Radio’s Q2 Music and resides in the Bushwick neighborhood of Brooklyn.
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