Anthony Tommasini's 10 Best Classical Music Events of 2014

Benjamin Hochman, SubCulture

"One of the newest performance spaces in New York is SubCulture, in the East Village, an acoustically lively, informal hall with seats for 150 and a bar area for drinks and snacks. On one special night, the exciting, inquisitive pianist Benjamin Hochman played a bold program of contemporary theme-and-variations pieces. There were daunting works by Oliver Knussen and Berio, a premiere by Tamar Muskal and, to end, Frederic Rzewski’s epic, hourlong, audaciously inventive variations on a Chilean protest song, “The People United Will Never Be Defeated” (1975).

Anthony Tommasini, The New York Times
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