Here, There and Everywhere
“An exceptional new solo album… He transforms these works creating a distinctive world of sound for each one… In effect, Molinaro has brought to these famous songs a harmonic sophistication, rhythmic complexity and textural intricacy that far surpasses the originals.”
– Chicago Tribune
At Ravinia, following my last performance of "Here, There and Everywhere." This concert marked the sixth consecutive sell-out of my solo program exploring music of The Beatles.
Sergei Rachmaninoff Concerto No. 3
An old video of the "Big Cadenza" from the first movement of Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 3. From Northwestern University's Pick-Staiger Concert Hall (1998).
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Concerts, Scores and Running!
(3/013/23) - I think an update is in order! Joanne and I moved to California, and after a nice long break from the piano, I'm recently back to daily practice and excited for some new projects and musical adventures.
Scores: Something, Norwegian Wood, and my Fugue from my Beatles album, Here, There and Everywhere. Plus, my solo piano arrangement of the slow movement from the Rachmaninoff Sonata for Cello and Piano and Hoagy Carmichael's classic, "Stardust."
Lastly, after 4 years and 10 marathons, I delivered on a promise to run a sub-3-hour marathon in honor of my father. For the complete story, check out my blog post, Breaking3: Remembering My Dad Along The Path To Marathon Glory.