I cannot think of anything better today than suggesting wunderkind pianist, Reed Tetzloff’s exciting recording of “Sounds  Of Transcendence.”  Reed Tetzloff embodies the dynamic of an intellectual with the soul of a poet.  His playing is at once articulate and technically brilliant.  Reed invites us in to his world that he creates with a cavalcade of color and tone.  This CD is exciting to me with his choices of repertoire for a debut recording.  The Griffes “sings” and Reed displays his huge technique in the work of Scriaban and Cesar Franck.  My personal favorite is the Franck…a homage to Bach with the echo of Parsifal in Reed’s capable hands.


Interview with Pamela Kuhn:

Reed Tetzloff, Pianist


Operatic Soprano, PAMELA KUHN has dedicated her life to the art of singing. She has thrived in bringing her sumptuous sound to the stages of Vienna, London, Venice, Paris and cities across America. After gaining her Master of Music degree from the University of Southern California, she based her career in London for twenty years, performing her recital debut with Graham Johnson at the Wigmore Hall and numerous performances with legendary pianist, Geoffrey Parsons. Since her return to America she is now recognized for her work as a voice teacher and mentor to her young professional singers. She maintains voice studios in New York City and Greenwich, CT and works with a wide variety of artists. She is the Director of Opus 8 Vocal Consultants offering voice and speech therapy and presentation skills. She is the Music Director and Conductor of both the Angel Choir and The MasterSingers Chorus and is the radio talk show host of “The Center Stage” on WGCH Greenwich.


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