Between the Keys with Jed Distler

Tuesdays at 10 pm

Between the Keys may or may not begin at the piano but will always find Jed taking the listener on a creative, imaginative and unique musical journey as only someone of his experience could present. 

Between the Keys is supported by Steinway and Sons.

Between the Keys: September 5 - Without a Net

Sep 5, 2017

Join Jed Distler Tuesday night at 10 for Between the Keys, where three of the 20th century's most important pianists will be featured in live, unedited performances of works that they otherwise did not record commercially. We'll hear Rudolf Serkin in Schubert, Vladimir Horowitz in Prokofiev and Debussy, and Stravinsky's Three Movements from Petrouchka performed by its dedicatee, Arthur Rubinstein.

Between the Keys: August 29 - After Schubert

Aug 29, 2017

Music inspired by Schubert is this week's topic on Between the Keys featuring works by Elena Kats-Chernin, Leopold Godowsky, David Del Tredici, Schubert/Liszt and Jed Distler himself. The performers include Lisa Moore, Marc-André Hamelin, Beth Levin and Vladimir Horowitz.

Join Jed Distler for another Between the Keys episode featuring music that's new, old and unexpected, with works by Joan Trimble, J.S. Bach, Bill Evans, Matthias Weckmann, Franz Liszt, Edward Elgar, Mieczyslaw Weinberg, Joseph Haydn, Carl Ruggles, Ken Thomson and Leonard Bernstein.

Performers include Bruce Poser, Donald Garvelmann, Andrew Violette, Jean-Yves Thibaudet, Gustav Leonhardt, Jerome Rose, David Golub, Allison Brewster Franzetti, Raymond Trouard, Michael Boriskin, Karl Lawson, and the Alexander Wu/Sasha Papernik duo

Between the Keys: August 15 - Three Women

Aug 15, 2017

Join Jed Distler for Between the Keys featuring three important women who represent the Russian Piano School: Maria Yudina, Maria Grinberg and Rosa Tamarkina. Works by Stravinsky, Beethoven, Liszt, Brahms and Chopin.

Join Jed Distler for Between the Keys on Tuesday July 11th at 10 PM, for the first of two episodes celebrating the prolific and wide-ranging piano legacy of Vladimir Ashkenazy, who turns 80 this month. Spanning more than half a century of music making, the recordings selected for this week's show include works by Kreisler/Rachmaninov, Chopin, Prokofiev, Scriabin, Brahms and Rautavaara.

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