"We can expect great things from a young pianist who can give off such an air of calm authority


“I once heard cellist Natalie Clein tell a masterclass student that music always begins before the first note. Lara Melda gave a living demonstration of that at the start of her Nottingham Sunday morning piano recital. Coming on stage, she moved calmly to the piano, sat down, and consciously took time to prepare, before drawing the opening notes of Mozart’s Fantasy in D minor, K397, out of the silence. We can expect great things from a young pianist who can give off such an air of calm authority this early into her career.” Read more here: http://www.mvdaily.com/2018/02/melda.htm

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