NPR's Christopher O'Riley Brings His Piano Stylings to Atlanta
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The last date listed for Christopher O'Riley was Friday March 2, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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For his one-man ode to an idol, actor Julian Sands (A Room With a View, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo) combines the poems and political prose of Nobel Prize-winning British poet and playwright Sir Harold Pinter. Pinter earned acclaim for his plays The Caretaker and The Birthday Party, and was famously outspoken about international human rights abuses and U.S. foreign policy. Sands' homage will include his own personal anecdotes culled from working with Pinter shortly before the writer's death in 2008. Acclaimed actor-director John Malkovich -- who's directed a number of Pinter plays and acted alongside Sands -- helmed this internationally renowned production. Learn More
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Christopher O'Riley is an extrodinary pianist, but his repertoir has failed to make this an enjoyable eving for us. Abstract movie scene music, from years ago and his peronal favorites should make room for the taste and preferences of the audience.