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Robert Judge wrote on 2014-10-16
Hello Angela I am looking forward to your Wigmore Hall recital on Sunday with great anticipation. The last time I heard you was in Toronto at the Mozart triple piano concerto and double that you played with Louis Lortie celebrating Mozart. Now I really look forward to your Scarlatti and the rest of your programme. I hope things go well and it will be very interesting to hear you play your Fazioli but this time in Wigmore Hall and not Roy Thomson Hall. Best regards, Robert Judge
murry sidlin wrote on 2014-10-09
Angela, Sorry to miss you after rehearsal today. As always, you played superbly, engagingly, insightfully, and captivatingly. How I adore hearing you. What gorgeous tone Look forward to performance tomorrow evening. Warmest regards, Murry
Tommy Tse wrote on 2014-09-13
Dear Angela Thank you for all the wonderful insights and useful tips on interpretating Bach in your DVD "Bach Performance on the Piano". It enabled me to score high on my Bach piece (BWV830) in my fellowship examination. I think any diploma students should watch it. Once again, thank you! With Best Wishes! Tommy
Garry Handelman wrote on 2014-08-11
Angela, the G minor fugue in Book II is certainly among the greatest of Bach's fugues. And on Youtube, you play it RIGHT..the way the theme REACHES higher for a harmonic resolution, and then reaches AGAIN. This fugue must soar, and your performance achieves that. (I think Glenn must be smiling somewhere). Your performance matches that in my mind (but not alas, my poor fingers, that only try and hope to reach where this fugue goes), All the best, Garry
Christopher Millard wrote on 2014-06-22
Angela, I am really delighted with the new Mozart disc. The solo winds have been recorded beautifully and I am glad you gave us the chance to do this with you. Joanna and I were especially happy with the second movement duets. It is an elegant reading from everyone and the energy all came from you and Hannu. Looking forward to your next concert with us. XXXX Chris
Paul Guttadauria wrote on 2014-06-13
I wish I could have attended the release today of the music recorded last year at the NAC. Looking forward to ordering that cd... Paul
John Dinwiddie wrote on 2014-05-02
Hi, Angela Hewitt. I have heard of you by7 reputation, have been looking forward to hearing you play. Today was my lucky day, coming into Brandenburg 5 while driving just after it started. Well, it took a minute to adjust to the piano, but you really went the distance in making the mix work. I can't think of anything more difficult than playing Bach with a piano in ensemble. So, the performance was so singular that I just stopped the car when i returned home, wondering who on earth was making this magic. I was not surprised when i learned that it was you. Thank you, awe, congratulations. You have set the bar at impossible.
Peter Fergo wrote on 2014-04-10
Dear Angela, thank you very much for a magnificent concert last night in Copenhagen. I enjoyed every note you played. You play with such natural conviction that it is a joy to appreciate the music of these composers .The Bach suite was lovely and the Liszt tone poem exalted.
Francesco wrote on 2014-04-01
Dear Angela, I am just coming excited from your Concert in Pavia. The unnecessary applause at the end of the first movement of the Concert in A (on the other hand irresistible) does not detract from the enthusiasm that transmits this music and this great performer, who is you. The intent with the Camerata Salzburg was perfect. It is perhaps time for another recording of these concerts? Thanks again Angela, and Bach live forever Francesco
Jonathan wrote on 2014-03-21
Hi Angela, Loved your performance of Beethoven's Emperor Concerto last night at Roy Thomson Hall. The solo piano part at the end of the first movement was pure magic.