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Andrew Rangell

Browse 1-6 of 6 Available Recordings
Chopin: Complete Mazurkas / Andrew Rangell
Release Date: 11/11/2016   Label: Steinway & Sons  
Catalog: 30071  
Chopin Recital / Andrew Rangell
Release Date: 11/11/2014   Label: Steinway & Sons  
Catalog: 30038   Number of Discs: 1
Bach: Keyboard Masterworks / Andrew Rangell
Release Date: 11/19/2013   Label: Steinway & Sons  
Catalog: 30024   Number of Discs: 3
A Folk Song Runs Through It / Andrew Rangell
Release Date: 07/30/2013   Label: Steinway & Sons  
Catalog: 30018   Number of Discs: 1
Bach: The Art of Fugue / Andrew Rangell
Release Date: 09/25/2012   Label: Steinway & Sons  
Catalog: 30012   Number of Discs: 1
Beethoven: The Final Masterworks For Piano / Andrew Rangell
Release Date: 12/06/2011   Label: Steinway & Sons  
Catalog: 30007   Number of Discs: 3
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Although born in Chicago, Andrew Rangell was raised in Colorado. He studied in New York's Juilliard School of Music, obtaining a doctorate in piano; his teachers there included David Burge, Josef Raieff, and Beveridge Webster. He won the Malraux Award of the Concert Artists Guild, leading to his New York debut. In 1988 he received the Avery Fisher Career Development Grant, an award that is given on the basis the quality of the recipient's performances in regular concerts and recitals over a period of time, rather than as a result of a short period of competition appearances.

Rangell is best known for his performances of all thirty-two of Beethoven's piano sonatas, and for Bach's Goldberg Variations. In concert, he his repertory ranges from Gibbons and Froberger to twentieth-century composers such as Nielsen, Berio, Schoenberg, Janacek, and Christian Wolff.

Appearances on the public radio program "Fresh Air" resulted in runs on record stores by listeners trying to locate Rangell's recordings. While he performs throughout the United States, he is particularly active in New York, where he appears frequently at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the 92nd Street Y, Miller Theater of Columbia, and the Lincoln Center Mostly Mozart Festival, and often tours throughout New England.