Brown/England Piano Duo

Brown/England Piano Duo

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The Brown'England Piano Duo has thrilled and captivated audiences with their colorful and dazzling piano artistry. Known for their musicality and precision, critical acclaim touts them as one of the finest two piano teams on the musical scene today. Recent performances include Carnegie Hall.

Biography

In May of 2006, the Brown/England Piano Duo won a first place award in the prestigious New England International Chamber Music Ensemble competition. These gold medalists were then awarded a performance at Carnegie Hall on Memorial Day. A review in the New York Concert Review Magazine hails the Brown/Engalnd piano duo as "distinguished by it's professional competence and poise". They have been guest artists with symphony orchestras, and have performed extensively throughtout the Far East and the United States and for the World Winter Olympics, and were recent winners of the prestigious 2007-2008 Utah Arts Council Performing Artist Tour. They have also been added to the distinguished International roster of Steinway Artists. A major Salt Lake City newspaper said this in a concert review, "The two pianists exhibited wonderful artistry in their technical command of their instrument as well as in their exceptional musicality. Their playing was intuitive and infused with insight and a finely honed grasp of the music. The Poulenc double piano concerto is a true tour de force for the soloists in its virtuosic writing, and Brown/England Duo delivered a performance that sparkled."

Discography

We have released the following CDs:
The Brown/England Piano Duo performing with the Salt Lake Symphony
The magnificent Brown/England Piano Duo in concert

Set List

Our repertoire is basically classical music written for two pianos. Some of the titles include:
Three Andalousian Danses by Infante (14 minutes)
Poulenc Double Piano Concerto (22 minutes)
Mephisto Waltz by Liszt (11 minutes)
Overture to the Marriage of Figaro by Mozart (5 min)
Russian Rhapsody by Rachmaninoff (10 min)