lonely hauschka

Instagram is a land of selfies, foodie shots, and humble brags but now its also a place of desolation. Using photos of desolate, abandoned locales submitted by fans via Instgram, Hauschka created a brand new video for his track “Thames … [Read More]

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hauschka agdam

If you didn’t think master of the prepared piano Hauschka’s latest album was his most upbeat yet, then his new “dance” music video for “Agdam” will pretty much change that.

Directed by Jordan Bruner and Lee Gingold, the music video … [Read More]

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hauschka

For an album so mysterious and ominous sounding, Hauschka is quite the soft-spoken gentleman.  Hear his enjoyable, eloquent voice as the composer/instrumentalist explains how he came about the dark, broody sounds of Abandoned City.

Abandoned City is due out … [Read More]

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hasuchka live

We all get the point the de-constructionalist mastermind Hauschka loves to put stuff inside the piano to make those intricate sounds we’re so unused to hearing. But what the heck does it look like when he performs it live?

The … [Read More]

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De-constructionalist extraordinaire and master of the prepared piano Hauschka released a new piece off his upcoming album Abandoned City. The track “Agdam” is
named for a city in Azerbaijan that was destroyed during 1993’s Nagorno-Karabakh War.

Like the first revealed … [Read More]

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Hauschka celebrates new album

Fans in Seattle are happily celebrating the name Hauschka as he kicked another perfect game of field goal attempts to help the Seattle Seahawks advances to the Super Bowl.

Unfortunately, they are referring to Steven Hauschka and not everyone’s favorite … [Read More]

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best of 2014

The end of 2013 is upon us but with the new year comes a renewed sense of hope for the future of classical music and its varying sub-genres. Scouring through the upcoming news/rumors/press release babble, our editorial staff have chosen … [Read More]

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Hauschka

It’s been a longtime coming but Hauschka is back to his trademark form of “deconstructionalist” composing with his first solo album since 2011. The new LP, entitled Abandoned City, due March 17 on Temporary Residence records, will take Hauschka … [Read More]

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Hilary Hahn

Marking 30 years since her first violin lesson and over a decade of planning, listening, interviewing, commissioning, and premiering, Grammy-winning violinist Hilary Hahn announced her new album 27 Pieces: the Hilary Hahn Encores due on November 11 in the US, … [Read More]

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Olafur Arnalds / Nils Frahm

Those looking for a trippy-minimalist, ethereal excursion this fall, look no further than the Ólafur Arnalds headlining tour, which has just added fellow neo-classical composers Nils Frahm and Hauschka as supporting acts. For all three pianists/composers, each are popular enough … [Read More]

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