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Fresh off her GRAMMY win for 'Best Classical Compendium,' Nadia Shpachenko discusses 'The Poetry of Places' with FM91-Toledo

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Interview with WGTE's Brad Cresswell

Fresh off her Grammy Award win for Best Classical Compendium, pianist Nadia Shpachenko joins FM91 Toledo OH to showcase The Poetry of Places. Featuring several world premieres, the disc has a fascinating premise: composers writing music inspired by the diverse architectural landmarks that have played a role in their lives. In addition to the piano, there are works that include percussion, electronics, voice, and toy piano with contributions from L.A. Phil principal keyboardist Joanne Pearce Martin, and Los Angeles Percussion Quartet members Nick Terry and Cory Hills.

FM91: Toldeo OH, classical host - Brad Cresswell sat down with NS to discuss the album. LISTEN