News & Reviews

Review: AN ADVENTUROUS UNDERTAKING: Piano music by Lowell Liebermann, Music & Vision, 8/11/18
heard by GERALD FENECH

“With this third volume, David Korevaar continues on his journey of recording all of Liebermann’s works for the piano between 2001 and 2017 and the programme is, maybe, one of the most imaginative and representative of the composer’s immense gifts to write music that is modern and yet so beautiful and attractive…This is an adventurous undertaking, superbly performed and sumptuously annotated and recorded.”  |  full review


Piano professor set to give music’s first Distinguished Research Lecture, CU College of Music, 2/20/17

“Korevaar is the first music faculty member to be awarded the lectureship, which is awarded annually to faculty based on peer nominations and the nominee’s body of academic or creative achievement and prominence, as well as contributions to the university’s educational and service missions.”  |  full article

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Listen to David Korevaar’s interview with George Preston on KCME’s Culture Zone (Colorado Springs), KCME Radio, 2/17/17


CU pianist David Korevaar receives high faculty honor, Daily Camera, 2/16/17

“David’s contributions to the university, the Boulder community and the world music stage make him an incredible ambassador for the College of Music and the university.” |  full article


Review: Frédéric Chopin: Piano Music; David Korevaar, piano – MSR Classics, Gramophone, December 2016

“Given David Korevaar’s penchant for putting together interesting and cohesive concert programmes, it’s not surprising that his all-Chopin disc embraces many moods and styles. Indeed, Korevaar’s first selection, the C minor Nocturne, Op 48 No 1, runs the emotional gamu between its stark mezza voce opening and the middle section’s tumultuous octave outbursts, helped by the pianist’s full-bodied sonority and huge dynamic range…

Korevaar sheds fresh and often unconventional light on the G minor (First) Ballade. The opening theme’s myriad repetitions markedly differ, yet are inevitably unified, while the pianist brings uncommon melodic clarity to the rapid fioritura and heroic virtuoso patterns…This revelatory interpretation alone is worth the disc’s price.”  | full review