A photo report from our concert at Lincoln Center’s David Rubenstein Atrium with Trio Fadolín, my wife Inna, my parents, and special guests
the final installment of “Behind The Tracks” about the album “Enter The Fadolín”, focusing on the five remaining miniatures in the collection — enjoy!
continuing the thread of “Behind The Tracks” posts about my new album “Enter The Fadolín” is a bilingual English/Russian guest post from my dad, Alexander Zhurbin, about his piece “Fine Fantasy”.
sharing with you a little solo piano piece I wrote in memoriam of a relative, please enjoy “For Lily Bea”, beautifully performed by Karolina Rojahn.
If your experience is anything like ours, attending the arts was a regular part of your life until you had children. At that moment, the arts suddenly became a luxury… more thoughts about the inaugural parallel concert for adults & children, May 11th, at the National Opera Center
a visit to the New York Philharmonic’s Very Young People’s Concerts, Mario the Magician, and Oran Etkin’s Wake Up Clarinet
thoughts on how to make concertgoing more friendly for people in their 30s-40s
My parents are always close – this close.
“You’re only as old as you feel”, says the popular phrase — but what if…
The clock strucketh (?) 3am, and it appears that innabar and I are actually blogging…