sitMr. Adler also gave fine, bracing performances of Debussy’s popular “Deux Arabesques.” He treated them robustly, with strong shaping, clarity, and body. His reading of Rachmaninoff’s Prelude Op. 23, No. 6, was similarly strong and present, showing a particular senivity to the crossing of melodic lines and the harmonies created in the process

Michael Miller, New York Arts
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