In addition to his CDs and DVDs, Livingston has been involved in other artistic collaborations, such at these watches for S.T.A.M.PS. (Berlin), which were released in a limited edition based on designs from the One Minute More films (5 Dutch filmmakers).
"Antheil's finest keyboard interpreter" —Signal to Noise Magazine
Gramophone Magazine: He has spent some years preparing and presenting these little-known works, and it shows: his interpretations, like his pianism, deserve the highest praise
American Record Guide: ...the entire range of Antheil’s art, from bad-boy crazy stuff like Sonate Sauvage to the grim monumentality of late pieces like Sonata No. 5. Livingstons’s performances can only be called heroic: unflinchingly wacky, and over-the-top in the avant-garde sonatas, sober and stark in the late ones. An outstanding release and an important one.
Süddeutsche Zeitung: "It is hard to decide whether to marvel more over Livingston's breathtaking ability, his high musical intelligence, or his theatrical humor."
American Record Guide: "Livingston's playing is assured and expert... Wergo's superb engineering captures Livingston's instrument with exemplary strength, clarity, and immediacy. Why can't everyone record the piano this well? "
Lush orchestral works by Antheil, plus the neo-classical 2nd Piano Concerto. A beautiful recording by the Philadelphia Virtuosi. available via Amazon
Sixty More Composers, Sixty More Pieces, Sixty Seconds Each: and Sixty Films.