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Composer: Liebermann, Lowell (b. 1961)

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Year of birth1961
NationalityUnited States
PeriodContemporary
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CologneTzimon Barto

Liszt, Brahms, Liebermann, Chopin
Tzimon Barto, Piano

HelsinkiChamber Music Concert 4 / Homage to the Trio de Lutece

Debussy, Fauré, Andres, Liebermann, Ravel
Sivan Magen; Yuki Koyama; Tuomas Lehto

LondonFrankestein

Liebermann: Frankenstein
Liam Scarlett; Royal Ballet; Barry Wordsworth; John Macfarlane; Finn Ross; Orchestra of the Royal Opera House Covent Garden
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Frankenstein

Vitor Luiz in Scarlett's Frankenstein © Erik Tomasson
Here technology breathes theatricality into vast architectural sets, where shadows haunt and light electrifies. 
***11
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Frankenstein, The Royal Ballet

Steven McRae as The Creature in Frankenstein © Bill Cooper | ROH 2016
A steampunk treat for Mary Shelley’s novella fan: Liam Scarlett’s Frankenstein for the Royal Ballet (in collaboration with the San Francisco Ballet) opens at the Royal Opera House.
***11
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Miami Heat

Miami City Ballet dancers in Peck's Heatscape © Gene Schiavone
Miami City Ballet bears a marked resemblance to the New York City Ballet under Balanchine.
****1
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Into the bullring: Carlos Acosta's Carmen

Federico Bonelli (Escamillo) and Marianela Núñez (Carmen) © ROH | Tristram Kenton
Carlos Acosta's Carmen premieres at the Royal Ballet, alongside Robbins' Afternoon of a Faun, Balanchine's Tchaikovsky Pas de Deux and Scarlett’s Viscera.
****1
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Rhythm in heels: Yuja Wang at Carnegie Hall

Yuja Wang, courtesy Shuman Associates
Yuja Wang is all about rhythm. It would be easy to write about how her playing doesn’t have the profundity or architectural sense of more mature artists, but that would be to miss her considerable achievements – and with a young artist, it’s what’s achieved that should count.
****1
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