Bobby McFerrin Returns to Boston Symphony Hall With spirityouall
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Upon hearing the young Maurizio Pollini play in 1960, Arthur Rubinstein -- no slouch at the keyboard himself -- was moved to declare, "that boy can play the piano better than any of us." Over the next half century, Pollini has gone on to prove Rubinstein right, succeeding him as one of the world's premiere interpreters of Frédéric Chopin. Now this man and his "virtually infallible fingers" (The New York Times) come to Boston Symphony Hall for a program of Chopin and Schumann, which promises to be a powerhouse showcase of this great artist's once-in-a-generation talent. Learn More
Quotes & Highlights
“The critics in Germany call him Stimmwunder (wonder voice), and it’s not hard to understand why. There is something almost superhuman about the range and technique of … Bobby McFerrin. He sounds, by turns, like a blackbird, a Martian, an operatic soprano, a small child and a be-bop trumpet.” —Newsweek
“The hyperkinetic, super personable, wide-ranging singer, scion of a family of musicians, does more than vocalize, conduct and produce music. He lives it.” —Los Angeles Times
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