Notable mention July 2002

July 11, 2002 Reviews

“There was also an exquisite fortepiano concert by Sharona Joshua that proved there is nothing greater than Mozart.” For full details go to the bookafuture website

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Review Zeitgeist concert, 2 April 2002

April 11, 2002 Concerto Cristofori

“The Memorial Hall hosted Zeitgeist: a relatively sparse crowd were rewarded with gorgeous readings of Bach sonatas from this fine flute-and-harpsichord duo.” For full details go to the Cambriaarts website

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Review Purcell Room recital, September 2001

September 11, 2001 Reviews

“Sharona Joshua’s playing demonstrated that in the hands of an excellent musician the instruments qualities can enhance the work of the greater composers. Beethoven’s God Save the Queen Variations and Moonlight Sonata, filling the second half, were played so admirably and with such clarity and intensity as to cause even the most jaundiced concert-goer to […]

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“Bones of all Men “

August 11, 2000 CDs

“Together, aided by keyboardist Sharona Joshua and medieval violinist Pavlo Beznosiuk, they create stomping, dynamic versions of mostly 16th century keyboard compositions.” “Bones of all Men ” CD The Bones Of All Men (and of several remarkable curiosities therein occurring being a compendium of Davnces, Pavannes, Steps and such, played this time), by Mr. Phillip […]

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Review JS Bach Flute Sonatas, 10 January 2000

January 11, 2000 Concerto Cristofori

“The playing on copies of original instruments (flute by Tutz/Denner & harpsichord by Garlick/Couchet) was vital and fresh. The baroque flute is so gentle and intimate the front seats were not too close; this is really domestic chamber music. Balance between flute and the harpsichord’s treble was satisfactory allowing a nice interchange of counterpoint. A […]

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Review Purcell Room recital, 25 November 1999

December 11, 1999 Reviews

“Joshua’s fortepiano playing electrified the audience at the Purcell Room. Here at last is a player who can provide opposition to Staier’s hegemony in the field.” Sharona Joshua (fortepiano) Purcell Room, 25 November 1999 The young fortepianist Sharona Joshua showed in her recital that she is not yet ready to fall into an easy contentment […]

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