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New! 
Anne Walsh "Brand New"
(Set 1)

   On Demand Weekend

New! 
Anne Walsh "Brand New"
(Set 2)

   On Demand Weekend

Berklee Global Jazz Ambassadors
2013 Monterey Jazz Festival

   On Demand Weekend

Claire Huangci
Meet the Artist

   On Demand Weekend

Tierney Sutton Band

   On Demand Weekend

Edward Simon Trio

   On Demand Weekend

Piano Extravaganza Closing Concert
Newport Music Festival 2013

   On Demand Weekend

Carol Welsman LIVE!
(Set 1)

   On Demand Weekend

Carol Welsman LIVE!
(Set 2)

   On Demand Weekend

Jason Webb

   On Demand Weekend

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NEW! Dan Tepfer
Goldberg Variations/Variations
From (le) Poisson Rouge

  

(le) Poisson Rouge
158 Bleecker St.
New York, NY 10012

Don’t miss this premiere broadcast featuring the incredibly talented jazz pianist Dan Tepfer performing “Goldberg Variations/Variations”—an improvisational interpretation of Bach’s original “Goldberg Variations.” Recognizing a kindred spirit in Bach, Tepfer was inspired to create his own version of the masterpiece, where he plays each of Bach’s variations followed by his own improvisational version of the variation. The juxtaposition of Bach’s version immediately followed by Tepfer’s enthralls audiences with grace and articulation followed by bursts of relentless passion. As Bach’s work is a set of variations not on a melody, but on a bass line and series of chords, Tepfer is able to use his experience as a jazz artist to improvise over the chord patterns of the theme, making the performance unpredictable and unique every single time. This uncut, unedited performances was originally recorded on September 12, 2013 at (le) Poisson Rouge in New York, NY.
Don’t miss this premiere broadcast featuring the incredibly talented jazz pianist Dan Tepfer performing “Goldberg Variations/Variations”—an improvisational interpretation of Bach’s original “Goldberg Variations.” Recognizing a kindred spirit in Bach, Tepfer was inspired to create his own version of the masterpiece, where he plays each of Bach’s variations followed by his own improvisational version of the variation. The juxtaposition of Bach’s version immediately followed by Tepfer’s enthralls audiences with grace and articulation followed by bursts of relentless passion. As Bach’s work is a set of variations not on a melody, but on a bass line and series of chords, Tepfer is able to use his experience as a jazz artist to improvise over the chord patterns of the theme, making the performance unpredictable and unique every single time. This uncut, unedited performances was originally recorded on September 12, 2013 at (le) Poisson Rouge in New York, NY.