James Adler is a Yamaha artist who “can create whatever type of music he wants at the keyboard” (Chicago Sun-Times) and a composer who writes “with uncommon imagination” (Atlanta Journal-Constitution).

Posted: Jan-28-2020
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Compelled by the passing of his older brother, Norman, who originally encouraged his musical studies, Mr. Adler put together this musical program with the idea of remembering the past in mind. He has included his own composition for his brother, Elegy for Norman, a treasured Debussy score that belonged to his brother, as well as pieces connected to other important personages in his life: Paul Turok’s Passacaglia, Henco Espag’s Herinneringe, Mozart’s Piano Sonata in D Major, K. 311, and Modest Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition.

Posted: Jan-23-2020
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Mr. Adler also gave fine, bracing performances of Debussy’s popular “Deux Arabesques.”

— Michael Miller, New York Arts
Posted: Jan-22-2020
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Posted: Jan-13-2021