Friday April 10, 2020

MacGregor’s ‘no frontiers’ attitude

Unprecedented, unmatchable and unrelenting: you can call Joanna MacGregor what you like, but the English pianist is definitely unstoppable when it comes to treating music as a landscape without frontiers.

8th March, 2015
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Joanna MacGregor: ‘one of contemporary music’s great individualists’

A dynamic international performer, she avoids all borders, barriers, taboos or inhibitions when it comes to expressing her musicianship. She has brought Dublin audiences to their feet on a number of occasions, and now she is moving outside the capital with an intensive Music Network tour of nine venues, north and south, between March 19 and 28.

Since coming to prominence in the 1980s, London-born MacGregor has built a reputation as one of the most brilliant interpreters...

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