Contact Ann directly for physical copies of the discs.
Tracks from this album have been featured on:
- WFMT, Chicago
- WRUW, Cleveland
- WSMR, Tampa (Modern Notebook)
- WMBR, Cambridge, MA (Not Brahms and Liszt)
- and Minnesota Public Radio (Friday Favorites)
- “… played beautifully and with elegant style.” The American Prize in Piano Performance (solo), 2021
- “The depth of programming and playing in DuHamel’s latest album … is striking. … The lush harmonies … showcase DuHamel’s range of sound and full melodic tone. … A virtuosic closer, showing DuHamel’s clear voicing and vibrant sense of color.” Piano Magazine, Autumn 2021, Volume 13, No.3.
- “… forward-thinking classical pianist… Player and composers are in synch here.” Midwest Record Review, Vol. 44/354, October 17, 2020.
- “Pianists, new music connoisseurs, and lovers of piano music in general, do yourself a favor and check out this new disc by Ann DuHamel. Ambitious and relevant commissioning concept, wonderful and varied music, and sublime, truly terrific playing throughout. If you’re going to do a piano CD these days, do one like this…wow!!!” Pianist Nicholas Phillips, Professor of Music-Piano at University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire, enthusiastic proponent and performer of contemporary music (Facebook post, March 2021).
Ann’s performance of Dr. Brahms’s Book of Rags by Marc Chan was a finalist in The American Prize in Piano Performance (Solo), 2021, receiving a Special Judges’ Citation: “Championing the Music of Marc Chan.”
Program notes can be read here // *more notes in the album booklet