Post by JohnGavin
Chopin Sonata in B Minor - quite amazing. Age has not slowed her down.
That is pretty incredible. Playing the piano is as natural to her as
breathing. In some ways she's better than she used to be. She seems
In interviews, if I recall, she has said that playing with other people
is what interests her now, in chamber music, or two pianos or one piano
four hands, or in concertos. Has she given any solo recitals in the
past couple of decades? If so, they must have been rare. That would
make this an extra special occasion.
If this is a return to playing alone, it's funny to think that not only
does she not have other musicians to interact with, she has no audience,
either. When she stood up at the end, I liked the way she cocked an
insouciant eye at the camera.