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animations by Juan de Graaf
from the One Minute More project
performed by Guy Livingston

 

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Sophie Dunèr and Guy Livingston at Studio Bababing, Belleville, Paris.

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playing cacti based on John Cage's "Child of Tree" (Paris, October 2012)

 

New World Records Antheil Concerto performed by Guy Livingston

Backstage

Recent Events


Guy on DVD

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Dada at the Movies: Interview with Guy Livingston, backstage in Amsterdam. (9Mb)

"An exceptionally agile and charismatic performer"
— LA Times

"A fine rich piano sound; Livingston's playing is highly accomplished"
— BBC Music Magazine

Current répertoire

PLUS: Backstage with Guy | Dada at the Movies | 60 Seconds for Piano

Management

Latitude 45 Arts Management
Barbara Scales
info@latitude45arts.com 109, boul. St-Joseph Ouest Montréal (Quebec) Canada H2T 2P7
Tel: (514) 276-2694 Fax: (514) 849-0755


Mr. Livingston also gives piano lessons and chamber music coaching, in Paris and Amsterdam.

Aleph, Verge Ensembles
The Verge Ensemble, the adventurous new-music group in residence at the Corcoran Gallery, joined forces with the Paris-based Ensemble Aleph on Friday for a concert at the Embassy of France that demonstrated the value of trans-Atlantic cooperation in areas beyond mere trade and politics. Mingling their personnel, the two groups gave a nod to the past with a graceful reading of Ravel's Piano Trio in A Minor, but focused on edgier works written in the last decade or two.
— Stephen Brookes, Washington Post

This disc [Gabriela Imreh plays Piano Transcriptions] also has the benefit of including witty and personable liner notes by fellow pianist Guy Livingston, a cut above the usual dry recitation of facts known and oft repeated about the literature in the program.
— Dave Lewis, All Music Guide

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