Christopher Mokrzewski had an absolutely wonderful performance at the Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre yesterday, and I made photos of it.
I’m not a skilled critic, so for me to try to explain why I enjoyed it wouldn’t provide what I’d consider worthy details, other than to say he clearly loves what he’s doing, is exceptionally talented at it, and comes up with something unique every time I hear him. For a more comprehensive review, read this one in barczablog
I’ve included a selection of photos below, and you can see the whole set from the performance by clicking here. One of the challenges shooting pianists in this venue is that short of wandering around in front of the audience, obtrusively, or hanging on a rope outside the building, there’s no good way for me to capture images from the keyboard side of the instrument. This and music stands…