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Het Parool, 26 September 2005 Unforgettable recital by Earl Wild Nearly ninety year old pianist performed only European concert in the Concertgebouw By Erik Voermans Nearly ninety year old pianist performed only European concert in the Concertgebouw By Erik Voermans There is no lack of pianists who took to the stage at a very high …

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Charleston Post and Courier, 9 Nov 2005 Pianist Delivers riveting performance By William Furtwangler Earl Wild is an American phenomenon. This living legend pianist, just a few days short of his 90th birthday, offered a riveting program Tuesday night that gave his appreciative audience (including a lot of college-age students) a glimpse of what great …

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The Salute To Classical Music – Grammy event, Feb. 5th at Disney Hall in LA On February 5th 2008, Earl Wild was given the honor of receiving the President’s Merit Award from Neil Portnow, President of the Recording Academy (NARAS) – the GRAMMY organization, at a ceremony held in Disney Hall in Los Angeles, celebrating …

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Stupendous! There are two DVDs in this collection containing nearly six hours of Earl Wild’s Liszt performances and there is an additional two hours of audio material. The recitals were given in 1986 at “Wynyard” a large country house in the Tees Valley in the North East of England that had belonged to the Ninth …

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DANIEL CARIAGA, Los Angeles Times, November 27, 2005 Earl Wild hobnobbed with Toscanini and Stokowski, George Gershwin and Tennessee Williams. But at 90, it’s not just nostalgia time; the man’s too busy burnishing his pianism. Earl Wild spends four hours a day at the piano. Practicing. He’s been doing this for a long time ? …

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Pianist Earl Wild isn’t slowing down at 90 MARTIN STEINBERG, Associated Press, Posted on Thu, Nov. 10, 2005 NEW YORK – New album, master classes, concert performances in Europe and America – Earl Wild is turning 90, but that’s not stopping him. Neither are two eye operations and a quadruple bypass. “After I had my …

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MARY KUNZ GOLDMAN, News Classical Music Critic © The Buffalo News Inc., October 21, 2005 Earl Wild has to be the only concert artist on Earth who ends an interview by saying, “Be good, now.” But then, there’s no one else even remotely like him. Wild, who turns 90 this fall, belongs on any list …

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I’m happy to report that Earl Wild has almost fully recovered from his heart bypass surgery last September. He as regained his strength and is back at the piano 2 to 3 hours a day now. He is busy preparing his recital program for this summer and fall’s 90th Birthday concerts. He’s enjoying being able …

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Earl Wild was released from the OSU Medical Center on October 3, 2004 and is recovering in his home in Columbus. He receives daily visits from home health care nurses and physical therapists who are working hard to speed his recovery. His Doctors are very pleased with all his progress to date. Although recovery from …

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