"It is tempting to compare Alan Gampel this fabulous American pianist with Horowitz, due to his amazing technique, although Gampel has a feline suppleness that Horowitz did not have." - Le Republicain Lorrain
Alan Gampel with Nancy Reagan
Alan Gampel with Sir Georg Solti
Alan Gampel with Michel Drucker and Jacques Martin
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Letter from Aniela Rubinstein - To view click here
After several years abroad concertizing in France, Alan Gampel will return to the stage in the United States in several key cities. One of Mr. Gampel's first major performances upon returning to the States included Mr. Gampel and cellist Clive Greensmith providing a background to changing music styles in a presentation called "Music between East and West: Continuity and Change" at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on March 18th. Please stay tuned for an upcoming comprehensive performance schedule.
University of Miami, March 16-17 2013
Alan Gampel will be teaching Master Classes, where he will hear several piano students perform. He will make various technical and interpretive suggestions based on his experience and knowledge as a classical pianist.
New York University, February 7, 2013
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