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Interview with NET Nebraska's Robert Goldberg

On his new Cedille recording - Final Thoughts, Jorge Federico Osorio deftly pairs Brahms' final solo piano works with those by Schubert for an inventive program of richly satisfying works that capture the essence of each composer's towering individuality. Osorio, who The New York Times called: "an imaginative interpreter with a powerful technique" records Brahms's Three Intermezzos, Op. 117, and Six Piano Pieces, Op. 118, for the first time. He revisits Brahms's Seven Fantasies, Op. 116, and Four Piano Pieces, Op. 119, which he last recorded nearly two decades ago, to great acclaim: "Quite marvelous," said BBC Music Magazine. "It's clear that Jorge Federico Osorio is an important Brahmsian," proclaimed the Chicago Tribune.

Net Nebraska's Gen Randall spoke with JFO about the new recording. Listen to the attached clip