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Classiclectic Connection: Simone Dinnerstein, A Character of Quiet

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Adrian Greensmith
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Life has changed for many, with the Coronavirus shifting the way we live and work. The arts community has grinded to a halt. But, with any difficulty comes innovation, bringing new ways to connect with music fans and patrons from home using the internet, social media and streaming options. It's a little more complicated for recording and performing artists like pianist Simone Dinnerstein. Her career of recording and performing piano works was paused, and the idea of recording in a concert hall was out of the question. But after some time, Simone returned to the idea of recording, presenting A Character of Quiet, a new album with music of Franz Schubert and Philip Glass.

Simone spoke with Classiclectic host Kurt Hauswirth about the struggles to find motivation to create, the difficulties to overcome from recording from home and more:

A Character of Quiet is available from September 18, 2020 on Orange Mountain Music.

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