Tiempo: "The audience is my family too"

Star Venezuelan pianist's return to the International Piano Series is programmed around his own family - as part of his wider musical family, he invites the audience to get involved
The $45 million violist – fast-rising star David Aaron Carpenter plays the world’s most expensive-ever musical instrument
As seen in BBC Music Magazine, John Axelrod loves Italian food and blogs about it.
Lang Lang performs "One" with Metallica at the 56th GRAMMYs.
Listen to This Chilling Audio as Crowd at Boston Symphony Learns Kennedy Is Dead

One of the last remaining witnesses to the orchestra's funeral march speaks about his experience

This was, believe it or not, the all-around most compelling performance of anything I've heard all summer at the Bowl.
"The slow movement of Brahms’s Fourth Symphony has the air of walking down a colonnade observing the past" - John Axelrod
Preparing for The Last Night of the Halle Proms this weekend, the leading English soprano on loving her new voice, and a spot of genre-jumping
Cover star David Aaron Carpenter and Berlin Philharmonic players pre-release complete Brahms quintet - priority CD release on Ondine to follow
Aspen's President and CEO Alan Fletcher's 2013 convocation remarks as reprinted by NPR and Anastasia Tsioulcas
New Cardiff Singer of the World and Aspen school alumna is invited for special congratulatory concert
Following their Emmy-nominated "Erlkönig" video, new trailer reveals insect-infested piano, an inferno in the desert and other clues to what the ground-breaking pianists call their most ambitious film yet.
Boundary-breaking pianists mark the centenary of Stravinsky’s epoch-defining work with their most ambitious music video yet
Orchestra just named by the New York Times as ‘one of New York’s top young groups’ invited to play with nine-time Grammy winner in special Yahoo! event
From The New York Times feature: “It’s your solo, take it away,” said the violist David Aaron Carpenter to the vibraphonist David Stevens during a recent rehearsal at a synagogue on Central Park West. Mr. Carpenter was directing the Salomé Chamber Orchestra in Lera Auerbach’s alluring “Sogno di Stabat Mater,” for violin, viola, vibraphone and orchestra, in preparation for a concert at the Metropolitan Museum.
Iconic San Francisco venue the location for Downes’s series, blending musical innovation with intriguing themes and fascinating conversation (and cocktails)
While the stodgy classical world bemoans its diminishing cultural relevance, Lara Downes is embracing the 21st century. “I feel grateful to have grown up in a generation that has faced the absolute end of an era,” the Bay Area-based pianist says.
John Axelrod to record unique Brahms symphonies + Clara Schumann Lieder cycle, exploring the symphonies as four sides of the woman with whom Brahms was obsessed.
...and in the latest in our "Artists In Conversation" series she discusses a seminal event that led her to work on redefining the chamber piano show
A landmark spring and summer for the fast-rising bel canto soprano brings Glyndebourne debut and release of her second CD, “Songs From The Art Nouveau”
Pianist Lara Downes Finds Links Among Exile Composers
Leading American conductor and scholar was presented with the medal in New York City, shortly before performing Bruckner’s Eighth Symphony.
The great English tenor to end years of enforced absence in London in June
If you're a presenter, come and celebrate Inverne Price's first APAP with us, in New York between January 11th-15th. We'd love to meet you and tell you about our world-class artists - email!
Enjoy a melodic festive season with Inverne Price artists.
As Christmas gets underway, it’s the traditional ‘best of’ lists time! We make no pretence at impartiality here at Inverne Price Towers, but as we have some incredible artists among our clients – both for management and for PR-only ­- we thought we could make as good a list as any just from their releases over the last year. So, with your new Christmas MP3s or CD players at the ready, have a browse! Some of these artists also still have dates available in 2013/14 so, if you’re a presenter, please feel free to contact us and you can hear them in the flesh! A free CD with each booking (maybe).
David Aaron Carpenter joins Christoph Eschenbach and NSO for "Tribute To Slava"
Alexandre Da Costa "gave a phenomenal performance that exuded unusual humility and a focus on the conductor."
Leon Botstein, maestro and musical adventurer,
signs to Inverne Price for PR ...and, in our latest 'Artists In Conversation', discusses masterpieces we're missing.

"Dazzling" pianist Sergio Tiempo signs to Inverne Price...and discusses being choreographed for his new tango recording!

One of America's most celebrated violinists, Mark O'Connor, has signed to be managed by Inverne Price for all territories outside of the USA. A multi-Grammy winning, multi-talented musician who plays, composes and teaches his own violin method (based on principles of improvisation as well as formal notation training), he has been credited with creating a canon of an authentic American classical music, has sold more than two million recordings as a solo performing artist, performed with artists as diverse as Johnny Cash and Yo-Yo Ma (who toured with Mark's famous "Appalachia Waltz") and was hailed as, "One of the most talented and imaginative artists working in music - any music - today" by the Los Angeles Times. Mark was a featured performer at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics Opening Ceremony and his 1992 "Fiddle Concerto" is perhaps the most performed new violin work of the last four decades (with more than 200 performances).
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