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Timo Andres stops by for the Nonesuch Selects video series, in which artists visit the Nonesuch office, pick some of their favorite albums from the music library, and share a few words on their choices. Andres—whose new album, The Blind Banister, is out March 22—chose music by Emmylou Harris, Dawn Upshaw, John Adams, Richard Goode, and Robin Holcomb. You can watch it here.

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As part of the year-long celebration of Nonesuch Records' 60th anniversary, we've launched a new video series called Nonesuch Selects. For the series, artists stop by the Nonesuch office, pick some of their favorites from the music library, and share a few words on their choices. Following Mary Halvorson's inaugural video, composer/pianist Timo Andres—whose new album, The Blind Banister, is out March 22—stopped by and chose music by Emmylou Harris, Dawn Upshaw, John Adams, Richard Goode, and Robin Holcomb. You can watch it below and subscribe to the Nonesuch Records YouTube channel for all the latest:

Timo Andres’s The Blind Banister comprises three works by the composer/pianist: the piano concerto The Blind Banister (a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in 2016), with Andres as soloist, and Upstate Obscura for chamber orchestra and cello, with soloist Inbal Segev—both of which feature Metropolis Ensemble and conductor Andrew Cyr—and the solo piano piece Colorful History, also performed by Andres.

You can hear a playlist of music from Timo Andres's Nonesuch Selects on Spotify and Apple Music here. For more on this year's Nonesuch 60th anniversary events, click here.

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Timo Andres's Nonesuch Selects, February 2024
  • Wednesday, February 7, 2024
    Watch: Timo Andres Shares Nonesuch Selects

    As part of the year-long celebration of Nonesuch Records' 60th anniversary, we've launched a new video series called Nonesuch Selects. For the series, artists stop by the Nonesuch office, pick some of their favorites from the music library, and share a few words on their choices. Following Mary Halvorson's inaugural video, composer/pianist Timo Andres—whose new album, The Blind Banister, is out March 22—stopped by and chose music by Emmylou Harris, Dawn Upshaw, John Adams, Richard Goode, and Robin Holcomb. You can watch it below and subscribe to the Nonesuch Records YouTube channel for all the latest:

    Timo Andres’s The Blind Banister comprises three works by the composer/pianist: the piano concerto The Blind Banister (a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in 2016), with Andres as soloist, and Upstate Obscura for chamber orchestra and cello, with soloist Inbal Segev—both of which feature Metropolis Ensemble and conductor Andrew Cyr—and the solo piano piece Colorful History, also performed by Andres.

    You can hear a playlist of music from Timo Andres's Nonesuch Selects on Spotify and Apple Music here. For more on this year's Nonesuch 60th anniversary events, click here.

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