"When John Robilette made his debut at the Kennedy center in Washington, DC in 1984, Wendell Margrave, the late critic of the Washington Post wrote, 'I haven’t heard such a good ‘Carnaval’ since Myra Hess…This is piano playing that was commoner around 1930, when there were fewer pianists but better ones.' Mr. Robilette has since been called a throwback to the 'Golden Age' of piano playing, having held itinerant concerts in twenty-four countries throughout Eastern and Western Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean."
He's at UCCA tonight. Get there before 6pm to be seated. 30rmb ticket.