Watch David’s April 25 recital for the Chopin Society of Connecticut | video
Faculty Tuesdays continue from an empty Grusin Hall, SharpsandFlatirons.com, 10/22/20
“Pianist David Korevaar is excited for his upcoming Faculty Tuesdays livestream. He will perform on the Oct. 27 concert, ‘Signs, Games + Messages,’ which will feature works by Karol Szymanowski, György Kurtág and Fauré.
‘(In chamber music,) we do a lot with eyes, with body motions, with the sense of breathing, which doesn’t mean we have to see the breathing apparatus,’ Korevaar says. ‘It’s a whole-body thing.’
This will be Korevaar’s third livestream this fall, after a solo livestream and a duo livestream with violinist Charles Wetherbee in mid-October.
‘It’s a new adventure,’ Korevaar says. ‘In a livestream, you don’t have the opportunity to fix stuff, but you get the same self-consciousness about the bloopers. With chamber music, it’s easier because there is mutual energy, and everybody is working together.'” | full article
2020 Virtual MahlerFest To Feature Acclaimed Pianist David Korevaar May 13, Broadway World, 5/11/20
Colorado MahlerFest, which had previously announced the cancellation of this year’s in-person festival, announces the 2020 Virtual Colorado MahlerFest, May 13-17, 2020. The festival has curated a collection of performances, films, a virtual symposium, art gallery, and more which will be released each day at 3:30 p.m. Mountain Daylight Time. Materials will be released across a number of online platforms and collected at MahlerFest.org/MahlerFest-Online. Among the highlights, acclaimed pianist David Korevaar will perform Schubert’s Piano Sonata in B-flat Major, D. 960 on May 13 at 3:30pm MDT. | full article
An Interview with David Korevaar by Robert Hjelmstad, 5/10/20
During the Covid-19 quarantine period, pianist David Korevaar took to social media to share an ambitious personal project; he set himself the challenge of recording (from his living room) and sharing (via Facebook and YouTube) all 32 Beethoven Piano Sonatas. The original time frame for the challenge was 60 days–he eventually finished the project in 41. The recording project was enjoyed by his long-time fans and also introduced the artist to some people for the first time. | full interview
Click here for David Korevaar’s video playlist featuring performances of all 32 Beethoven Piano Sonatas
Bringing the Beethoven: Pianist David Korevaar, SharpsandFlatirons.com, 3/27/20
“Korevaar, the Helen and Peter Weill Faculty Fellow and a distinguished professor of piano at the CU Boulder College of Music, is planning to play all of Beethoven’s 32 piano sonatas over 60 days. Each will be posted in turn on his YouTube channel.” | full article