L.A. Studio Legends: JoAnn Turovsky

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Harpist extraordinaire talks her career both as a classical musician and studio recording artist, including her many collaborations with John Williams on such scores as Angela’s Ashes, A.I. Artificial Intelligence and The Book Thief

Hosted by Maurizio Caschetto

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John Williams at Carnegie Hall

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A review of the concert performed by Maestro Williams and Anne-Sophie Mutter with the Philadelphia Orchestra at the prestigious Carnegie Hall in New York City on April 21, 2022

The Legacy of John Williams is happy to present a review of this very special concert performance written by guest contributor Sean Wilson, a UK-based film journalist specialized in film soundtracks.

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L.A. Studio Legends: Randy Kerber

Legendary pianist and keyboardist talks about his career and his collaborations with John Williams on numerous projects, including his iconic solos on such classic scores as Harry Potter, Angela’s Ashes, Lincoln and The Book Thief

Hosted by Maurizio Caschetto

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L.A. Studio Legends: Mike Lang

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Legendary pianist and keyboardist talks his unparalleled career as a first-call studio musician on thousands of film scores for top film composers, including his many collaborations with John Williams

Hosted by Maurizio Caschetto and Tim Burden

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A Bet Won With History

A musician’s reflection on the acceptance of John Williams’ music by such great European classical institutions as Vienna and Berlin

John Williams and Italian pianist Simone Pedroni in Vienna (January 2020, photo courtesy of Simone Pedroni)

We’re proud to present a reflection penned by Italian pianist and conductor Simone Pedroni (originally published by the Italian music magazine Musica) about John Williams’ concerts in Berlin and what they meant for the classical music community around the globe.

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