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Tuesday evening's installment in Frank Almond's Frankly Music series, at the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music, promised "The Art of the Cello," and delivered exactly that, presenting cellist Tamas Varga in a tour de force program...Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
In each, Almond plays as if his fiddle's life was on the line - in his hands, the "Lipinski" flourishes and shines in notes spun out with casual virtuosity and graceful poetry...Strings Magazine
Frankly Music presented an all-Shostakovich program at the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music last Monday and Tuesday evenings. Pianist Adam Neiman kicked off the program with Three Fantastic Dances and 13 of the 24 Preludes, Op. 34. Neiman often sliced the air with sharply drawn phrases, playing with assertive clarity and capturing each passing mood...Shepherd Express
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
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