By Caroleine James
Wrangell Sentinel 

Concert pianist to perform at Nolan Center on Sunday


For many, classical music evokes images of evening gowns, baroque concert halls and impassioned, white-gloved conductors. Its mood is reverent, its audiences are serious and ever-so-slightly snobbish. But concert pianist Roman Rudnytsky has set out to buck classical piano’s black-tie reputation. The music, he argues, is not only for a knowledgeable few — its beauty can be appreciated by everyone, regardless of whether they know a “madrigal” from a “minuet.”

Rudnytsky, a professional musician and professor emeritus, travels the world performing and teaching audiences how to bett...

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