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Review: The Pleasures of Rediscovery (Luigi Perrachio’s and Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco’s Piano Quintets),, 1/25/24

“David Korevaar, under whose supervision the work was published (as recently as 2022!), integrates the piano sound very effectively with that of the Carpe Diem String Quartet, and the performance as a whole evinces sincerity, understanding, and a deep respect for the music and the composer.” | full review

Review: Glorious music gloriously played by pianist David Korevaar and the Carpe Diem String Quartet (Luigi Perrachio’s and Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco’s Piano Quintets), Classical CD Reviews, 1/19/2024

“All through the piece, I was captivated by the ensemble playing. I was particularly impressed with the size, breadth and amplitude of the piano contribution…This recording is a major accomplishment for David Korevaar and this CD is an important and indispensable release.” | full review

New CD release!  Da Vinci Classics has released the recording of pianist David Korevaar and Carpe Diem String Quartet performing Luigi Perrachio’s and Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco’s Piano Quintets

David Korevaar, Carpe Diem String Quartet: Amy Galluzzo, Ariana Nelson, Korine Fujiwara, Marisa Ishikawa
Listen now to Luigi Perrachio: Quintet for 2 Violins, Viola, Cello and Piano (1919), Allegretto semplice
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Korevaar values Broomfield Symphony community connection, Broomfield Leader

“Distinguished professor and pianist Dr. David Korevaar — who opens the Broomfield Symphony’s 2022 performance schedule on Oct. 29 — appreciates the value of performing arts within society.

‘There’s something very special about the Broomfield Symphony, because it is truly a community orchestra and those are getting fewer and fewer…For me it’s important to be part of my community (and) Broomfield is part of our local orbit.’ Now celebrating its 40th season, Korevaar said the Broomfield Symphony embodies community connectivity.”

Renowned pianist, CU prof David Korevaar diversifies repertoire for free show, Daily Camera, 8/24/22

“Korevaar’s career is filled with collaboration, international acclaim and inspired instruction as a professor within University of Colorado’s College of Music. From conducting master classes in Kazakhstan and Tajikistan as part of the U.S. State Department’s cultural envoy program to performing last summer with Carpe Diem String Quartet at the Snake River Music Festival…Korevaar remains a sought-after performer and teacher stateside and internationally. While he stays committed to the classical music that was produced before his time, he also thrives on working with contemporary composers.”

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