Interviews & Profiles
- Hamelin discusses the Busoni Piano Concerto, in advance of May 2012 Carnegie Hall performance of the work with Jacques Lacombe and the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra.
- Listen Magazine explores six of Hamelin’s key recordings
- In a profile for The New York Times, Vivien Schweitzer explores how Hamelin wields his “draw-dropping” technique “entirely in the service of insightful, passionate music making.”
- Ivan Hewett interviews Hamelin about his musical palette for the Daily Telegraph
- Jonathan Lennie for Time Out London asks, “Is this the world’s greatest pianist?”
- Jed Distler’s Gramophone review of Marc-André Hamelin's Liszt Sonata performance for WGBH
- A profile published in the June 12, 2009 edition of the Boston Globe as a front-cover feature of the G section, written by Geoff Edgers:
- An appreciation written by Henry Fogel, from his blog On The Record
- An extended informal conversation between Marc-André Hamelin and pianist Ethan Iverson of the jazz trio The Bad Plus, from the group's blog Do The Math:
- Marc-André Hamelin by Jeremy Siepmann
- An interview with Lisa Mullins on PRI's The World about Alexis Weissenberg's arrangements of songs by Charles Trénet, with a discussion on Marc-André Hamelin's edition of these pieces
This December 2010 performance of the Mozart Piano Concerto K.453 with Sir Simon Rattle, presented in Boston's Jordan Hall by "Concert for the Cure", raised funds for the Komen Foundation to support awareness for breast cancer screening, treatment and educational programming to help women and men throughout Massachusetts.
Marc performs the Chopin Ballade No. 3 in a broadcast on Mezzo TV.
Marc performs his Etude No. 7 “After Tchaikovsky” and speaks with Radio Canada about “le concert idéal”: his ideal concert. (French language)
- Marc plays the Strauss-Godowsky Symphonic Metamorphosis on “Wine, Women and Song”. Les Sommets Musicaux de Gstaad, Switzerland. February 2009.
- Marc plays his transcription of Weissenberg’s take on Trenet’s “Paris en Avril” as an encore at Les Sommets Musicaux de Gstaad. February 2009.
- Marc plays his own “Little Nocturne” – to be published with his complete Etudes. At Les Sommets Musicauz de Gstaad, Switzerland. February 6, 2009.