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A concert is my experimentation time. I practice playing something several different ways, but in a concert, inevitably I get more ideas onstage, in that combination of focus and adrenaline, than I could ever get in the practice room.
Touring is a more varied and interesting existence than I would have imagined.
When you have live music in the background, people are usually talking over it. You don’t actually get to listen to live music in your space all the time.
I like to record. It’s very intense.
I learn a lot in interviews, I learn about how careers differ.
You never know what you’re going to learn from which pieces and which composers and colleagues are going to influence that thing you think you know.
You couldn’t be performing if it weren’t for the audience. I appreciate them being there. So why not applaud them? They took time out of their schedule to show up and sit in the concert hall and be part of the experience.
If you start censoring what you’re interested in for the audience, you don’t give the audience enough credit.
Everyone is always making transitions in life.
I enjoy reading and thinking, and it’s hard to make that space as an artist.
Of course everyone has those moments of frustration now and then, when you say, ‘I wish I could play well already – or just stop.’ But it’s too much trouble to stop just for a moment of frustration. It is when you keep going that you make the most progress.
I grew up in Baltimore.
There’s this feeling of creativity in Iceland.
Sometimes if the point of a piece of music is to open a conversation with other people, it’s really hard to open that conversation if you’re telling people exactly what to do or feel or think.
I always feel I have a long way to go in my playing and my music.
Deutsche Grammophon really has a grasp of the classical repertoire.