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Timo Andres at the Phillips Collection

Pianist-composer Timo Andres has been busy in 2015: in the first three weeks of this new year, he's already performed five times, across the nation. These include performances at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Meymandi Concert Hall in Raleigh, NC, The Slowdown in Omaha, Nebraska, and also the Phillips Collection in Washington, DC. 

Known for its collection of impressionist and modern art, the Phillips has been holding concerts in its intimate galleries that speak to its curatorial mission of combining old and new, presenting works from the 19th century next to 20th century works, creating an emergent dialogue across time.

In his performance on January 11th, Timo Andres achieved a similar feat: he performed works by Franz Schubert and Philip Glass, along with his own work, "At The River". No stranger to the interplay between the European canon and contemporary composition (see his updated version of Mozart's "Coronation Concerto"), Andres "approached these works [...] gingerly, as if they were part of a living dialogue," wrote Anne Midgette in the Washington Post

Check out Andres performing "At The River" in his Brooklyn home: 

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