"Robert deMaine is an artist who makes one hang on every note."
The New York Times
"The evening's greatest treat was the magnificent playing of Robert deMaine, whose technical brilliance is surpassed only by the beauty of tones he produces."
The Salt Lake Tribune
"DeMaine delivered a focused, brilliant account of Kodály's fiendishly difficult Sonata for Solo Cello."
The Washington Post
"DeMaine played with virile tone and animated assurance, which brought great distinction to the event."
The Strad
"DeMaine's agile, radiant, pervasively soulful playing of the 'Rococo Variations' touched off a ripping ovation."
The Detroit News
"DeMaine produced an exquisite tone and delicate phrasing that sang with passion and effortless virtuosity."
The Detroit Free Press
"Robert deMaine is an artist of tremendous talent, temperament and flair, and as a soloist is simply magnificent."
Neeme Järvi
Jun-30-2014 —

Applause, indeed, was held at bay for as long as humanly possible at the conclusion of the next item, Dmitri Shostakovich's Piano Trio No. 2 in E Minor. Violinist Yehonatan Berick, cellist Robert DeMaine and pianist Roman Rabinovich gave a knockout performance of one of Shostakovich's most powerful and affecting chamber works, one whose impact goes far beyond the circumstances of personal loss and the chaos of war that it was written under.

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Thursday - August 7, 2014

Brahms Double Concerto with Alina Pogostkina

Hollywood, California