The American-born pianist of Yugoslavian parents, Stephen Kovacevich, born 17 October 1940, has lived in England for some years, and studied with Myra Hess, 1959-61. His distinguished career flowered over the years, and many impressive recordings bear testimony to his interpretative powers.
CD Spotlight. Collaborative Effect - Martha Argerich and friends in Lugano, heard by Barbara Sealock. 'Among the recorded gems of 2013 ...'
Turning Gravity into Grace - Malcolm Troup has three encounters with the sublime
New Contexts - Malcolm Miller reports on a recent Symposium on Beethoven's Diabelli Variations
Depth of Concentration - Stephen Kovacevich plays Beethoven, Schumann and Bach, heard by Mike Wheeler
Ensemble. Remarkable diversity - The Beethoven Intercollegiate Piano Competition, reviewed by Manus Carey
Ensemble - Meeting of minds - Stephen Kovacevich and friends play excellent Mozart and Brahms, enjoyed by Malcolm Miller