[6] 박찰리 "즉흥젓가락행진곡" !!!!!

[Youtube/Video] 2012.07.09 08:01 posted by CharlieAlbright


박찰리 - 즉흥 젓가락 행진곡 보러가기! [비디오보러가기]


직접 녹음한 즉흥 젓가락 행진곡! 

기분이 좋아지는 귀여운곡! 항상 두명에서만 치다가 혼자서 연주하는걸 들으니 ㅎ

신기하네요 ㅎㅎ MUST WATCH! 






박찰리 - 즉흥 젓가락 행진곡 보러가기! [비디오보러가기]


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[5] 박찰리- "Touch the Peace" 스타인웨이홀

[Youtube/Video] 2012.07.09 07:49 posted by CharlieAlbright



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u4dptMVmyOU (비디오 보러가기) 


[ CHARLIE ALBRIGHT 박찰리 ]


"Touch the Peace" 스타인홀에서 연주!!!

뉴욕에있는 스타인홀 지하실! 6pm-9pm까지 연주 녹음!

Steinway Hall은 유명한 피아니스트들이 피아노 고를때 왔던곳이래요- 

찰리가 연주하는 Touch the peace 한번 들어보세요! :) 





박찰리- "Touch the Peace" 스타인웨이홀에서 연주! 

Itunes, Spotify 다운가능합니다 ~ :) 

오늘도 뷰티풀한음악으로 하루를 시작하세요! SMILE!


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u4dptMVmyOU (비디오 보러가기) 


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[2] 찰리연주여행 [Florida편]

[JULY2012] 2012.07.06 10:45 posted by CharlieAlbright




CLASSICAL PIANIST 클라식 피아니스트 찰리올브라이트! 

Finale Concert of the Young Concert Artist Series 

4월 18일에 있던 연주! 



찰리의 대기실! ㅎㅎㅎ



콘서트 끝나고 나눠줄 포스터 사인들! ^^ 




콘서트를 너무 즐기는 찰리 ㅎㅎ 




콘서트 끝맞히고 Hall Director 와 함께!!

관객들 모두 일어나서 ㅠ 기립박수쳐줄때 항상 소름이 돋습니다 :) 


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Steinway Artist 에 소속되어있는 Charlie Albright! 






Steinway & Sons 에서 아티스트들에게 연습할 수 있는 공간을 빌려주기도 한답니다! 



멀리 보이시는 JAMES WATSON! 

빨간모자쓰신분! ㅎㅎ 찰리를 너무 좋아해주시는 고마운분! :) 


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항상 열심히 연습하고 열심히 사는 찰리 올브라이트!

화이팅! :) 


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2.[Morricone's "The Mission"] 모리콘 "미션"

[Youtube/Video] 2012.07.05 11:32 posted by CharlieAlbright







[Morricone's "The Mission"] 모리콘 "미션" 

비디오 보러가기" 밑에링크클릭! 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yDwnQB9koEU&feature=relmfu


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http://www.thecrimson.com/article/2011/4/4/charlie-albright-portrait/

Among Harvard students, Charlie Albright ’11 is a pre-med economics concentrator in Leverett House. However, as the Washington Post writes in their February review, Albright is “among the most gifted musicians of his generation.” On Albright’s website, Joe Biden is quoted as saying to him, “If I did my job as well as you do yours, I’d be President.” Now, Albright, the first classical pianist ever enrolled in the Harvard/New England Conservatory of Music (NEC) Five-Year B.A./M.M Joint Program, looks ahead as his last few months at college draw to a close in hopes of launching a full-time professional career.

The Harvard Crimson (THC): How did you enter the world of music?

Charlie Albright (CA): I was three and a half, so I only go by what I’ve been told that happened because I don’t remember. We had an upright piano in our house because [of] my mom—she’s from Korea, so almost every Korean knows how to play a little bit of piano, right—[and] she would play every once in a while. I climbed up on the bench and started pecking out “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star.” She saw that I had a knack for it. For several years, I played by ear, and when I was seven, I met my first real classical teacher, Nancy Adsit.

THC: Did you consider a strictly conservatory experience?

CA: Yeah, I did. I applied to a lot of schools, both conservatory and non-conservatory, and a lot of joint programs. I love music but I didn’t know if that is what I wanted to do solely because I was scared that if music didn’t work out, I [would] end up under the bridge. I knew my parents couldn’t support me, so I had to be able to do something where I could support myself. Medicine was something I was really interested in, and business, which is where economics comes in. I knew I wanted to do a joint program because it is a good fall-back.

THC: Do you feel like the joint program has prepared you well as a musician?

CA: Yes. It’s interesting because the joint program itself doesn’t require an immense amount of work. Getting into it is competitive but once you’re in it, you don’t have to go there for classes all the time [and] you can take classes that will double count for your master’s and your bachelor’s [degree]. So, it’s not a lot of work in terms of that, but what takes up a lot of time is traveling and giving concerts. It can get kind of rough.

THC: It has been announced that you are to be the next Artist-in-Residence of Leverett House. What will that be like?

CA: [The position] will begin next year. I’ll be around because I’ll be doing my fifth year of Masters [at the New England Conservatory] so I’m going to be around campus. It’ll be different because my closest friends will all be gone and I technically won’t be a student here. It will be kind of weird ... but I will still know a lot of people.

THC: After you complete your masters degree at the NEC, what do you plan on doing?

CA: I’m not sure. I want to do piano, but it’s hard. I’m giving myself a year and a half until I finish my Masters and seeing where the ball is going. If it looks like it’s going well, I’ll probably keep at it a little longer. If not, then I’ll apply for medical school that year and start the following year.

THC: You’ve played three concerts with Yo-Yo Ma at the age of 22. Are there any musical milestones you have yet to pass?

CA: Oh yeah, an immense amount. It’s not like pre-med. For most people, pre-med is pretty straightforward. It’s very hard, but it’s very straightforward. You go to high school, you go to college, you take pre-med classes, you take the MCAT, you go to med school, do the residency, and you’re a doctor. Easier said than done. But with piano or any music, so much of it is good fortune and luck and having great mentors and being in the right place at the right time. So, it’s a lot harder. There’s no way to become a concert pianist.

THC: What role do you think music will have in your life?

CA: Ideally, I would be a concert pianist, full time, and maybe a professor at a conservatory. That would be ideal but it’s really hard. You know the saying, “How do you get to Carnegie Hall? Practice, Practice, Practice.” [But I think] it’s “practice and be lucky.” Sometimes, I would put my money on me becoming a movie star before a classical musician. But I think music will always be part of my life. I’ll always play for myself.

http://www.thecrimson.com/article/2011/4/4/charlie-albright-portrait/

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2. [찰리연주사진 By Tatsunori Hashimoto]

[Gallery] 2012.07.05 11:06 posted by CharlieAlbright





하버드에서 친구가 찍어준 찰리의 연주사진~ 

사진 By Tatsunori Hashimoto! 

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1.[Charlie Albright] ITUNES 다운로드가능! :D

[CD Album] 2012.07.03 12:58 posted by CharlieAlbright


[Charlie Albright] AVAILABLE ON ITUNES NOW! 
CLICK HERE: http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/vivace/id424077255

 
                                         





[추천곡]
"Chopin Etude, Op.25: #1"
"Chopin Etude, Op.25: #2"
"Chopin Etude, Op.25: #4"
"Chopin Etude, Op.25: #5"
   "Chopin Etude, Op.25: #12"
"Touch the Peace" - 이곡은 마음이 찡-해지네요~


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1.[CharlieAlbright] NewYorkTimes 뉴욕타임즈 기사

[PressRelease] 2012.07.03 12:01 posted by CharlieAlbright




http://www.nytimes.com/2012/04/01/nyregion/a-preview-of-a-friends-of-music-series-at-sleepy-hollow-high-school.html?_r=1


[NEW YORK TIMES]


Local Chamber Music, World-Class Fare

A Preview of a Friends of Music Series at Sleepy Hollow High School

CHAMBER music long ago left the chamber, migrating to the concert hall and all manner of modest stages. But even in this age of musical democratization, it is noteworthy when ordinary music lovers year after year band together to bring first-rate chamber fare to their communities. That is what Friends of Music has done.

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With little fanfare, this group — a single-minded, self-renewing collection of volunteers who live in Westchester County — has, for nearly six decades, presented established and emerging artists in a concert series that arguably rivals some of the best. And it has done so in unassuming locations like schools in Croton, Briarcliff Manor, Ossining, Pleasantville and Sleepy Hollow, where the series has taken up residence in the high school.

Betsy Shaw Weiner, who began as a subscriber to the concert series and is now the group’s president, attributed its ability to attract world-class performers in part to a reputation, slowly and steadily built, among managers and agents who know their artists will receive a respectful presentation before a knowledgeable audience. For its part, she said, the audience, whose ranks now include about 500 subscribers, has generously supported the concerts.

This season, the concerts have presented the Emerson String QuartetTrio Con Brio Copenhagen and, in solo performance, the up-and-coming pianist Charlie Albright. Over the next six weeks, the format will expand with the appearances of the Carducci String Quartet; the cellist Zuill Bailey, playing solo and in duo with the pianist Navah Perlman; and, closing the season, Juilliard Baroque, which, at 12 pieces, will be the largest aggregation of musicians yet on a Friends of Music stage.

Ms. Weiner acknowledged that the series’ range of repertory does not always match the diversity of its formats. While it occasionally programs recently composed works, she said, “we’re still trying to draw the audience into the 20th century.” The newest, and possibly most adventurous, piece scheduled for the rest of this season is Shostakovich’s String Quartet No. 3, a postwar commentary on conflict. It will join works by Haydn, Brahms, Chopin and Bach, whose writing falls squarely in the audience’s comfort zone, though the Juilliard group’s informed approach to it may not.

In fact, it is often the performances or performers more than the repertoire that generate the most curiosity. The Carducci quartet, for example, is made up of two married couples — one, the first violinist Matthew Denton and the cellist Emma Denton; the other, the violist Eoin Schmidt-Martin and the second violinist Michelle Fleming — making for a personal dynamic that bears watching.

“You would be forgiven for expecting that the two couples would always have their own shared ideas and it would be one couple against the other,” Mr. Schmidt-Martin said. But the quartet probably agreed more readily about matters of interpretation than did groups with weaker personal ties, he said, noting that the Carducci musicians had with comparative ease found common ground on the sensitive issue of reining in the high-speed fortissimo, and thus tempering the melodrama, in the Shostakovich.

As with the Carducci quartet, which has had no personnel changes for about eight years, the personal relationship between Ms. Perlman and Mr. Bailey is reflected in their performances. Ms. Perlman said that she and Mr. Bailey, who have been playing together for 15 years, had developed a system of “checks and balances” so that “if one person is feeling in revved-up gear, the other person can, when appropriate, tamp them down.” Some moderating of “youthful excitedness” had come naturally with age, she added, notably on Brahms’s intense Sonata for Cello and Piano in E minor, which is on the Sleepy Hollow play list.

Mr. Bailey said that a period of personal and professional growth had paralleled the evolution of his relationship with Ms. Perlman, starting with their meeting at a music festival in 1997 — “It was fate that I met her at that very moment,” he said — and continuing to this day. She has, he said, offered many insights on life and the turning of a musical phrase, some of them gleaned from her father, the violin legend Itzhak Perlman. All of which Mr. Bailey has applied to solo efforts like his chart-topping recordings of the Bach cello suites in 2010. He will open the Sleepy Hollow concert with Suite No. 3.

The kind of mature relationship Mr. Bailey and Ms. Perlman enjoy is still taking shape for Juilliard Baroque, the school’s newest faculty performing unit, now in its third full season. With nine high-powered period-instrument specialists on the roster, sorting through the complexities of working relationships can be a demanding affair — one that may be slightly more complicated for the Sleepy Hollow concert, the group’s first foray into Westchester, when three Juilliard graduate students will join the current and former faculty members. Sandra Miller, the group’s flutist, said that Juilliard Baroque, which has earned accolades on stages from Madrid to Manhattan, is molding itself into a true ensemble. Still, Baroque fare performed to period standards — for this all-Bach program Ms. Miller will use a reproduction of a mid-18th-century Grenadilla wood flute — is a kind of test for the programming aspirations of Friends of Music.

Just as the contemporary repertory is often a stretch for the Friends audience, Ms. Weiner said, so is a historically informed performance. Nonetheless, the possibility of drawing new people to the series outweighed any potential down side.

“When the word gets out,” she said, “there are Baroque music groupies who I hope will show up.”

Friends of Music presents the Carducci String Quartet on April 14; Zuill Bailey and Navah Perlman on April 28; Juilliard Baroque on May 12. All concerts are at 8 p.m. at Sleepy Hollow High School, 210 North Broadway. Tickets: adults, $30 for each concert; students, $15 (free for Carducci concert). Information: friendsofmusicconcerts.org or (914) 861-5080.


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3.[2011-2012 찰리 콘서트시즌 스케쥴]

[Event] 2012.07.03 11:55 posted by CharlieAlbright



2011-2012 Concert Season (Updated 12/26/2011)


Date

Location

Venue

Performance

7/17/2011

2pm

Rockport, MA

Shalin Liu Performance Center

Rockport Chamber Music Festival

Young Artists Piano Virtuoso Showcase

 

8/24-27/2011

Minneapolis, MN

American Public Radio

American Public Radio Recordings/Interviews

 

9/1/2011

Matunuck, RI

 

Young Concert Artists Private Concert

 

9/24/2011

Centralia, WA

Corbet Hall, Centralia College

Centralia College Benefit Concert

 

9/27/2011, 6pmCambridge, MANew College Theater, Harvard University

Performance with Yo-Yo Ma

10 Year Anniversary Remembrance of 9/11 Attacks

Messiaen Quartet for the End of Time –Louange à l'Éternité de Jésus

10/6/2011Cambridge, MALeverett House, Harvard University

Solo Concert

Leverett House Artist-in-Residence Concert Series

 

10/19/2011

Staunton, VA

Mary Baldwin College

 

Solo Concert

10/25/2011

11am

Philadelphia, PA

Curtis Institute of Music

Solo Concert

Women’s Committee of the Philadelphia Orchestra Concert Series

 

11/3/2011

Phoenix/
Scottdale, AZ

 

Guest Artist,
Phoenix Symphony Orchestra

Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 1

 

11/12/2011

Westchester/Sleepy Hollow, NY

Friends of Music Association

 

Solo Concert

11/20/2011

Natick, MA

Natick Center for the Arts

 

Solo Concert

12/8/2011Cambridge, MA

Leverett House, Harvard University

Solo Concert

Leverett House Artist-in-Residence Concert Series

 

12/10/2011Cambridge, MASanders Theatre, Harvard University

Performance with Violinist Lynn Chang

James Yannatos Memorial Concert

 

1/15/2012

Fairfield, CT

 

Solo Concert

Stecher and Horowitz Foundation Concert Series

 

1/17/2012New York City, NYKaufmann Center Special Arts School

Educational Residency

 

 

1/21/2012

Fox Hill, MA

Fox Hill Auditorium

 

Solo Concert

1/26/2012

Albany, NY

Massry Center for the Arts

College of St. Rose

 

Residency/Masterclass

1/27/2012

Albany, NY

Massry Center for the Arts

College of St. Rose

 

Solo Concert

2/2/2012

Rutland, VT

Paramount Theatre

 

Residency/Masterclass

2/3/2012

Rutland, VT

Paramount Theatre

 

Solo Concert

2/25/2012

 

Boston, MACopley Hotel 

2/26/2012

Washington, D.C.

JCC Concert of Greater Washington

Solo Concert

JCC Concert of Greater Washington

 

3/21/2012

New York City, NY

Morgan Library

Solo Concert


Morgan Library Lunch Concert Series

 

3/23/2012Cold Spring, NY

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

 

Solo Concert

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Concert Series

 

3/25/2012New York City, NYHilton New York

Performance

MTNA National Convention

3/30/2012

New York City, NY

Performance


Stecher and Horowitz Foundation Gala

 

4/5/2012Boston, MAWilliams Hall, New England Conservatory of Music

Masters Recital

 

 

4/10/2012

Springfield, MO

Missouri State University

 

Residency/Masterclass

4/11/2012

Springfield, MO

Missouri State University

 

Solo Concert

4/14/2012

Clinton Township, MI

Macomb Center for the Arts

 

Masterclass/Residency
               

4/15/2012

Clinton Township, MI

Macomb Center for the Arts

 

Solo Concert

4/17/2012

St. Petersburg, FL

 

 

Masterclass/Residency

4/18/2012

St. Petersburg, FL

 

 

Solo Concert

5/10/2012

Lansing, MI

Guest Artist,
Lansing Symphony Orchestra


Timothy Muffit, Music Director


Rachmaninoff Variations on a Theme by Paganini

 

    

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