Richard Goode, Budapest Festival Orchestra Bring Beethoven Tour to US

Browse by:
Year
Browse by:
Publish date (field_publish_date)
Submitted by nonesuch on Thu, 02/02/2017 - 10:00
Article Type
Publish date
Excerpt

Richard Goode, the Budapest Festival Orchestra, and conductor Iván Fischer tour the US with music from their Nonesuch recording of the complete Beethoven piano concertos for the first time. The all-Beethoven program, which varies from night to night, pairs either concerto No. 2 or 4 with two symphonies per night, from among No. 1, 5, 8, and 9. The concerts begin at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark this Saturday, followed by Lincoln Center in New York City, Chicago Symphony Center, Ann Arbor's Hill Auditorium, and Boston Symphony Hall.

Copy

Richard Goode and the Budapest Festival Orchestra, led by the group’s founding conductor Iván Fischer, reunite to tour the United States with music from their 2009 Nonesuch recording of the complete Beethoven piano concertos for the first time. The all-Beethoven program, which varies from night to night, pairs either concerto No. 2 or 4 with two symphonies per night, from among No. 1, 5, 8, and 9. The concerts begin at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark this Saturday, followed by David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center in New York City, Chicago Symphony Center, Ann Arbor's Hill Auditorium, and Boston Symphony Hall. See below for details and tickets or visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

With the 2009 release of the album, Goode became one of very few American pianists to have recorded the complete Beethoven concertos, and the first to do so in nearly 20 years. The Financial Times gave the three-disc set five stars and declared it a "landmark recording of the Beethoven concertos." The New Yorker wrote: “Goode offers truly revelatory playing, turning that shameless virtuoso showcase into a vibrant, three-dimensional creation.” To purchase the set, head to the Nonesuch Store now.

Sadly, Goode's frequent producer Max Wilcox, who also produced several albums by Dawn Upshaw among many others, has died. You can read the New York Times obituary on his storied life at nytimes.com.

RICHARD GOODE AND BUDAPEST FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA ON TOUR

Feb 4 New Jersey Performing Arts Center Newark, NJ
Feb 5 Lincoln Center, David Geffen Gall New York, NY
Feb 8 Chicago Symphony Center Chicago, IL
Feb 10 Hill Auditorium Ann Arbor, MI
Feb 12 Boston Symphony Hall Boston, MA
     

 

featuredimage
Richard Goode, Iván Fischer 2009 by Michael Wilson w
  • Thursday, February 2, 2017
    Richard Goode, Budapest Festival Orchestra Bring Beethoven Tour to US
    Michael Wilson

    Richard Goode and the Budapest Festival Orchestra, led by the group’s founding conductor Iván Fischer, reunite to tour the United States with music from their 2009 Nonesuch recording of the complete Beethoven piano concertos for the first time. The all-Beethoven program, which varies from night to night, pairs either concerto No. 2 or 4 with two symphonies per night, from among No. 1, 5, 8, and 9. The concerts begin at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark this Saturday, followed by David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center in New York City, Chicago Symphony Center, Ann Arbor's Hill Auditorium, and Boston Symphony Hall. See below for details and tickets or visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

    With the 2009 release of the album, Goode became one of very few American pianists to have recorded the complete Beethoven concertos, and the first to do so in nearly 20 years. The Financial Times gave the three-disc set five stars and declared it a "landmark recording of the Beethoven concertos." The New Yorker wrote: “Goode offers truly revelatory playing, turning that shameless virtuoso showcase into a vibrant, three-dimensional creation.” To purchase the set, head to the Nonesuch Store now.

    Sadly, Goode's frequent producer Max Wilcox, who also produced several albums by Dawn Upshaw among many others, has died. You can read the New York Times obituary on his storied life at nytimes.com.

    RICHARD GOODE AND BUDAPEST FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA ON TOUR

    Feb 4 New Jersey Performing Arts Center Newark, NJ
    Feb 5 Lincoln Center, David Geffen Gall New York, NY
    Feb 8 Chicago Symphony Center Chicago, IL
    Feb 10 Hill Auditorium Ann Arbor, MI
    Feb 12 Boston Symphony Hall Boston, MA
         

     

    Journal Articles:Artist NewsOn Tour

Enjoy This Post?

Get weekly updates right in your inbox.
terms

X By submitting my information, I agree to receive personalized updates and marketing messages about Nonesuch based on my information, interests, activities, website visits and device data and in accordance with the Privacy Policy. I understand that I can opt-out at any time by emailing privacypolicy@wmg.com.

Thank you!
x

Welcome to Nonesuch's mailing list!

Customize your notifications for tour dates near your hometown, birthday wishes, or special discounts in our online store!
terms

By submitting my information, I agree to receive personalized updates and marketing messages about Nonesuch based on my information, interests, activities, website visits and device data and in accordance with the Privacy Policy. I understand that I can opt-out at any time by emailing privacypolicy@wmg.com.

Related Posts

  • Friday, August 5, 2022
    Friday, August 5, 2022

    Natalie Merchant was a guest on the Sheroes podcast hosted by Carmel Holt. They spoke at the Newport Folk Festival in July, where Merchant took part in a number of special collaborative performances. They discuss her career, some of what she’s been focused on for the past few years, and what’s ahead. They also spoke for Mixtape Memoir on Sonos, looking back at Merchant’s life through songs. You can hear both here.

    Journal Topics: Artist NewsPodcast
  • Wednesday, August 3, 2022
    Wednesday, August 3, 2022

    Rhiannon Giddens was on PBS NewsHour to talk with Jeffrey Brown about her new role as artistic director of Silkroad, with whom she just concluded her first tour. "I love getting thrown something that I have never done before, but that I think I have the goods to do, but I have to figure out how to do it,” Giddens tells Brown. “And so I always say yes first and figure it out later.” You can watch Giddens’s conversation with Brown, who calls her "a boundless bridger of musical worlds and styles," here.

    Journal Topics: Artist NewsTelevisionVideo