Post and Courier

Tim Page

Andrew von Oeyen proved a fierce, brilliant exponent of the Bartok Piano Concerto No. 2. He played with a gigantic tone, tossing off the composer’s clusters and counterpoint as though they were child’s play — at times, one could have sworn the piano was amplified — but then proved himself capable of rapt tenderness with an encore of Debussy’s “Clair de Lune."

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