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Extended! Edward Simon Trio

   On Demand Weekend

NEW! YanZhuo Li (China)
Semi-Final Round, 2015 e-Piano Junior Competition

   On Demand Weekend

Extended! The Hot Sardines
From MIM

   On Demand Weekend

NEW! Jeffrey Luo (Canada)
Semi-Final Round, 2015 e-Piano Junior Competition

   On Demand Weekend

NEW! Nathan Lee (USA)
Semi-Final Round, 2015 e-Piano Junior Competition

   On Demand Weekend

NEW! Christopher Son Richardson (USA)
Semi-Final Round, 2015 e-Piano Junior Competition

   On Demand Weekend

NEW! Elliot Wuu (USA)
Semi-Final Round, 2015 e-Piano Junior Competition

   On Demand Weekend

NEW! Arsenii Mun (Russia)
Semi-Final Round, 2015 e-Piano Junior Competition

   On Demand Weekend

NEW! ASU Jazz Interludes

   

NEW! Kaiwen Zhao (China)
Semi-Final Round, 2015 e-Piano Junior Competition

   On Demand Weekend

NEW! Hyein Jeon (South Korea)
Semi-Final Round, 2015 e-Piano Junior Competition

   On Demand Weekend

NEW! Wai Yuen Wong (Hong Kong)
Semi-Final Round, 2015 e-Piano Junior Competition

   On Demand Weekend

NEW! Seho Young (Japan)
Semi-Final Round, 2015 e-Piano Junior Competition

   On Demand Weekend

NEW! Nina Yifrang Hu (USA)
Semi-Final Round, 2015 e-Piano Junior Competition

   On Demand Weekend

* Subject to change without notice


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NEW! Evan Shinners
From MIM

  

Musical Instrument Museum (MIM)
4725 E Mayo Blvd
Phoenix, AZ 85050

Wildly talented pianist and 2010 Julliard graduate Evan Shinners has been acclaimed as the “new Glenn Gould of Bach.” Shinners has earned his mark as one of the great Bach interpreters of his generation through his exuberant performances and ability to connect with today’s audiences in a fashion that is seldom accomplished for classical artists. His compilation of two live, unedited performances called “@bach” burst with spontaneity, energy and raw musicality, once again affirming his rightful comparison to the unconventionally great Bach interpreter Glenn Gould. Although his passion for Bach drives his career, Shinners also performs many of his own original music inspired by artists such as Bob Dylan and Jack Kerouac, and exemplifies his versatility as an artist performing genres such as jazz and ragtime. This uncut, unedited performance was originally recorded on March 29, 2014 from the Musical Instrument Museum (MIM) in Phoenix, AZ.
Wildly talented pianist and 2010 Julliard graduate Evan Shinners has been acclaimed as the “new Glenn Gould of Bach.” Shinners has earned his mark as one of the great Bach interpreters of his generation through his exuberant performances and ability to connect with today’s audiences in a fashion that is seldom accomplished for classical artists. His compilation of two live, unedited performances called “@bach” burst with spontaneity, energy and raw musicality, once again affirming his rightful comparison to the unconventionally great Bach interpreter Glenn Gould. Although his passion for Bach drives his career, Shinners also performs many of his own original music inspired by artists such as Bob Dylan and Jack Kerouac, and exemplifies his versatility as an artist performing genres such as jazz and ragtime. This uncut, unedited performance was originally recorded on March 29, 2014 from the Musical Instrument Museum (MIM) in Phoenix, AZ.