Sean Hickey’s Delos debut release, Concertos, received a fantastic I Care If You Listen review in the ICIYL Magazine from critic, Don Clark. Hickey’s latest Delos release, Cursive has just garnered an equally rave ICIYL review:
“On the surface ‘Cursive’ sounds easy and even a bit backward looking, yet a deeper listen reveals the stream of conscious metamorphosis of the work, evoking a calligrapher with his pen furiously writing. A most fascinating and satisfying addition to the piano repertoire. …
“A charming piece in every sense of the word and not at all a trifle. ‘Pied-a-terre’ is worth repeated hearings and a welcome addition to the flute/viola/harp repertoire. …
“Each encounter I have had with Hickey’s music has been pleasant and rewarding. So bring on the ‘Olympus Mons’ Symphony and let’s hear the Concerto for Mandolin, winds, percussion and double bass written for the amazing Avi Avital.” —Don Clark, I Care If You Listen
Read the full review on I Care If You Listen
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