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    Pianist Jeremy Denk was on CBS Sunday Morning to talk with correspondent John Dickerson about his new book, Every Good Boy Does Fine, out this coming Tuesday on Random House. Dickerson describes the book as "a performer's love song to the craft of the thing piano students usually hate: practice." You can watch their conversation here:

    Denk also spoke with the New York Times for its By the Book interview. "I enjoy art that antagonizes you, and then, slowly, in an emotional striptease, reveals a gooey, loving center," he says. You can read what else he has to say at nytimes.com.

    Jeremy Denk has released four albums on Nonesuch Records: last year's Mozart Piano Concertos, c. 1300–c. 2000, Bach: Goldberg Variations, and Ligeti/Beethoven; he also performed on the 2020 album I Still Play.

    Also on CBS Sunday Morning today was Denk's Nonesuch label mate Mandy Patinkin, to discuss the Stephen Sondheim musical Sunday in the Park with George, in which he originated the title role, with its book writer/director James Lapine, co-star Bernadette Peters, and correspondent Mo Rocca, following the publication of Lapine's new book, Putting It Together, on the making of the Pulitzer Prize–winning musical. You can watch that piece here. Stephen Sondheim, who died this past November, would have turned 92 this Tuesday.

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Jeremy Denk was on CBS Sunday Morning to discuss his new book, Every Good Boy Does Fine, out this Tuesday on Random House. The book is "a performer's love song to the craft of the thing piano students usually hate: practice," says correspondent John Dickerson. You can watch their conversation here. Denk tells the New York Times: "I enjoy art that antagonizes you, and then, slowly, in an emotional striptease, reveals a gooey, loving center." Also on CBS Sunday Morning was Mandy Patinkin, to discuss Stephen Sondheim's Sunday in the Park with George.

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Pianist Jeremy Denk was on CBS Sunday Morning to talk with correspondent John Dickerson about his new book, Every Good Boy Does Fine, out this coming Tuesday on Random House. Dickerson describes the book as "a performer's love song to the craft of the thing piano students usually hate: practice." You can watch their conversation here:

Denk also spoke with the New York Times for its By the Book interview. "I enjoy art that antagonizes you, and then, slowly, in an emotional striptease, reveals a gooey, loving center," he says. You can read what else he has to say at nytimes.com.

Jeremy Denk has released four albums on Nonesuch Records: last year's Mozart Piano Concertos, c. 1300–c. 2000, Bach: Goldberg Variations, and Ligeti/Beethoven; he also performed on the 2020 album I Still Play.

Also on CBS Sunday Morning today was Denk's Nonesuch label mate Mandy Patinkin, to discuss the Stephen Sondheim musical Sunday in the Park with George, in which he originated the title role, with its book writer/director James Lapine, co-star Bernadette Peters, and correspondent Mo Rocca, following the publication of Lapine's new book, Putting It Together, on the making of the Pulitzer Prize–winning musical. You can watch that piece here. Stephen Sondheim, who died this past November, would have turned 92 this Tuesday.

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