OPUS 3 ARTISTS WELCOMES CONDUCTOR KARINA CANELLAKIS

01.22.15
Karina Canellakis

Opus 3 Artists is pleased to welcome Karina Canellakis to our distinguished roster of conductors. Rising from the orchestra ranks as a violinist who played regularly with two of the world's great orchestras, the Berlin Philharmonic and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Canellakis was encouraged in her path to pursue conducting by Sir Simon Rattle. As a consummate musician, her identity and approach to music-making are strongly rooted in her extensive chamber music experience and the many summers she spent at the Marlboro Music Festival. ... »

Review: Jeremy Denk shows musical courage in brilliant performance

01.18.15
Jeremy Denk
Calgary Herald

In a world filled with fine pianists, it is difficult to elbow one’s way into that small group of artists who remain before public and who are able to make a living concertizing. Jeremy Denk is one few such pianists, his success stemming from two qualities always appreciated by connoisseurs:  superb musicianship and evident intelligence. ... »

Pianist Jonathan Biss brings out the Romantic extremes at Broward Center

01.17.15
Jonathan Biss
South Florida Classical Review

There was excitement and storytelling spanning the gamut of German Romanticism from Jonathan Biss Friday night at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts. The warm wooden interior of the smaller venue, the Amaturo Theater, was filled with a lively young crowd. At 34, the American pianist is youngish himself, but is a well-established performer and writer, with a following from his online course on the Beethoven piano sonatas. ... »