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Pianist William Wolfram joined Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra concertmaster Frank Almond on the Frankly Music series at Wisconsin Lutheran College on Monday evening, playing some fabulously powerful, seldom heard, solo piano pieces by Liszt...Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
The fantastic new CD Portraits & Elegies (Innova), recorded by violinist Frank Almond and pianist Brian Zeger, explores the lyrical side of contemporary American music...Shepherd Express
The players made gripping and subtle drama of this sonata, and nowhere more than in that third movement. That sweet little theme grew ever more expansive, as if gaze and reach were turning from a single wild flower to the whole horizon. And then suddenly, shockingly, the alarm of those ripping chords from the outset burned it all down...ThirdCoast Daily
By the textbook definition, a chamber orchestra is a small orchestra of about 25 players. But that doesn't cover a chamber orchestra's breadth of repertoire, from baroque to modern pieces, nor the kind of nuanced playing and ensemble communication that Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra concertmaster Frank Almond and a number of his MSO colleagues brought to chamber orchestra repertoire for Monday evening's Frankly Music program...Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
For the first time, Almond left his Lipinski Stradivarius in the vault to focus on conducting. In real contrast to Edo deWaart’s restrained movements, Almond extended his arms, leaned back and used much of his body to shape the music, like a black swan flying through a Tchaikovsky ballet...ThirdCoast Daily