Good Music, Mostly Classical Concert Series
Pianist SIMONE DINNERSTEIN plays GOLDBERG VARIATIONS
Pianist Simone Dinnerstein’s groundbreaking recording of Bach’s Goldberg Variations ranked No. 1 on the US Billboard Classical Albums chart in its first week of sales. Her first album for Sony Classical, Bach: A Strange Beauty, immediately snagged the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Classical albums chart, and also made the Billboard Top 200 albums chart which compiles the entire music industry’s top selling albums in all genres.
About GOOD MUSIC, MOSTLY CLASSICAL CONCERT SERIES - Presenting Affiliate
The Good Music, Mostly Classical Concert Series continues RSI Bank's commitment to the arts in Rahway. "We are proud to support this series of world class music in the brand new Hamilton Stage" said RSI Bank Chairman, David R. Taylor. "We are a small town with big ideas and a commitment to a vision for a local economy that is driven by urban and world culture, yet directly affects the daily life of our community."
Produced by Luce Group, RSI Bank's concert series brings world-renowned performers to Hamilton Stage.
Luce Group was formed in 1992 to create a vibrant home for musicians to perform, record and broadcast from unique and special environments designed to maximize the intimacy between artists and live audience, and between artists and their at-home audiences listening on the worldwide digital grid. Jim Luce is the producer of the Caramoor Jazz Festival and is a George Foster Peabody award winning documentary producer for his work on the life of Miles Davis for National Public Radio.