David Deveau’s latest album interprets works by Beethoven, Mozart, and MTA’s own John Harbison

David Deveau’s latest album interprets works by Beethoven, Mozart, and MTA’s own John Harbison​

 

David Deveau's latest album, released last month by the Steinway and Sons label, features four pieces, including a Beethoven piano concerto for which composer John Harbison, Institute Professor at MIT, wrote new cadenzas, or extended solo parts for the piano.

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