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Alan Feinberg

Browse 1-7 of 7 Available Recordings
Steinway Sunsets
Release Date: 12/03/2021   Label: Steinway & Sons  
Catalog: 30191  
Steinway Sunrise
Release Date: 10/01/2021   Label: Steinway & Sons  
Catalog: 30190  
Sunday-Morning Steinway
Release Date: 09/03/2021   Label: Steinway & Sons  
Catalog: 30185   Number of Discs: 1
Late-Night Piano
Release Date: 07/02/2021   Label: Steinway & Sons  
Catalog: 30184   Number of Discs: 1
Serenity On A Steinway
Release Date: 05/07/2021   Label: Steinway & Sons  
Catalog: 30180   Number of Discs: 1
Fugue State / Alan Feinberg
Release Date: 07/10/2015   Label: Steinway & Sons  
Catalog: 30034   Number of Discs: 1
Basically Bull / Alan Feinberg
Release Date: 06/25/2013   Label: Steinway & Sons  
Catalog: 30019   Number of Discs: 1
Browse 1-7 of 7 Available Recordings
Alan Feinberg is a unique and versatile pianist, as comfortable with Brahms as with Cage. He has given over 200 premieres, including Mel Powell's Pulitzer Prize-winning work Duplicates, and numerous works by such composers as John Adams, Milton Babbitt, John Harbison, Steve Reich, and Charles Wuorinen. In 1985, he gave the first performance of Milton Babbitt's Piano Concerto, a work that was written for Feinberg. In 1991, he gave a critically acclaimed appearance of Shulamit Ran's concert piece with the Cleveland Orchestra. He has also championed a piano concerto by Charles Ives based on fragments of his Emerson Overture, and reconstructed by Ives scholar David G. Porter. Feinberg premiered this work in 1998 in Cleveland under the baton of Christoph von Dohnányi and they later performed it on tour in Paris, Barcelona, and Madrid. Other unusual works in his repertoire include concertos by Amy Beach, John Cage, Leo Ornstein, Oscar Levant and Andrew Imbrie; George Gershwin's Rhapsody No. 2; and Messiaen's Oiseaux exotiques. Feinberg has performed throughout the United States and Canada. His innovative recital series Discover America was sponsored by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Eisenhower Hall Theater at West Point, New York City's Town Hall, the University of Rhode Island, and the State University of New York at Stonybrook. Feinberg also performs regularly in Europe. In addition to frequent collaborations with the London Philharmonia and the BBC Scottish Symphony, he has been featured at major international festivals, such as the BBC Musica Nova Festival, and the festivals of Edinburgh, Bath, Cambridge, Geneva, Berlin, Brescia, Bergamo, and Budapest.

Mr. Feinberg has recorded four solo CDs for London/Decca that survey American music: The American Romantic, The American Virtuoso, The American Innovator, and Fascinatin' Rhythm--American Syncopation. In addition, he has recorded piano concertos by Milton Babbitt, Mel Powell, Andrew Imbrie, Kamran Ince, Morton Feldman, Paul Bowles, Amy Beach, Charles Ives, Leo Ornstein, Samuel Adler, Don Gilles, and Robert Helps. He received his fourth Grammy nomination for "Best Instrumentalist with Orchestra" for his recording of the Amy Beach Piano Concerto with the Nashville Symphony. Mr. Feinberg’s recording on the Steinway label of Basically Bull (works of Bull, Byrd, Gibbons, et alia) was selected as one of the years best recordings by Rhapsody, which has also featured and highlighted his recording Fugue State (Bach, Scarlatti, Handel, Froberger, Buxtehude), also produced on the Steinway label.