Simone Dinnerstein

Interview + Performance

Friday, April 04, 2008

34-year-old pianist Simone Dinnerstein scraped together the cash to record Bach’s "Goldberg Variations." The album was picked up by a major label, and reached #1 on the Billboard classical charts. She performs live and tells Kurt why that piece never goes out of style.

    Music Playlist
  1. Variation 3
    Artist: composed by Bach, performed by Simone Dinnerstein
    Album: Bach: Goldberg Variations
    Label: Telarc
    Purchase: Amazon
  2. Variation 28
    Artist: composed by Bach, performed by Simone Dinnerstein
    Album: recorded live in Studio 360
    Purchase: Amazon
  3. Goldberg Variations: Variation 28
    Artist: composed by Bach, performed by Jacques Loussier Trio
    Album: Jacques Loussier Trio: Bach's Goldberg Variations
    Label: Telarc
    Purchase: Amazon
  4. The Hallelujah Variation
    Artist: composed by Bach, arranged and composed by Uri Caine
    Album: Goldberg Variations: Aria and 70 Variations Adapted
    Label: Winter & Winter
    Purchase: Amazon
  5. Variation 28 a 2 Clav, 1955
    Artist: composed by Bach, performed by Glen Gould
    Album: A State of Wonder: The Complete Goldberg Variations (1955 & 1981)
    Label: Sony
    Purchase: Amazon
  6. Variation 28 a 2 Clav, 1981
    Artist: composed by Bach, performed by Glen Gould
    Album: A State of Wonder: The Complete Goldberg Variations (1955 & 1981)
    Label: Sony
    Purchase: Amazon
  7. Sonata in Eb Major, op 27 No 1
    Artist: composed by Beethoven, performed by Simone Dinnerstein
    Album: recorded live in Studio 360
    Purchase: Amazon

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Simone Dinnerstein

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