The 5 Browns: Pianist Siblings Play Carnegie Hall
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A touching story about the Brown Daughters comes through in their music which was beautifully delivered to the audience.
All 5 siblings did a great job making everyone in the audience feel for them and really follow their music.
The selection of songs was carefully chosen and synchronized between all 5.
I was definitely happy to be there and enjoyed every minute
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“Five Mormon siblings, all pianists, are missionaries for Bach and Mozart” —NY Times
“Astonishing precision” —Chicago Tribune
“Individually uniquely talented, together a virtual powerhouse” —Today Show
“They broke down the barriers of the traditional piano recital” —Washington Post
“When they play Rachmaninoff, they’ll make you forget about Marshall Amps.” —Washington Post
Running Time: 2 hours