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"Throughout the program Tarrant played with absolute authority, a fine ear for sonorities and, where called for, real panache."   Dallas Morning News, February 15, 2023


July 28, 2024, 4:30 p.m.
Dendrinos Chapel
Interlochen Center for the Arts
Interlochen, Michigan  

May 31, 1:00 p.m.
First Congregational Church
Owosso, Michigan




Charles-Marie Widor: Symphonie VII,

Op. 42, No. 3   and

Lied--Gaston Litaize


Impromptu, Clair de lune,

and Toccata--

Louis Vierne

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from Gramophone Magazine, June, 2018:

"He {Tarrant} minimises the first movement’s episodic tendencies by treating the big chordal passages as signposts, while sculpting contrapuntal sequences in forward-moving arcs. He also brings more pliability to the second-movement Andantino agitato’s counterpoint, although you strain to hear the pianissimos without turning up the volume beforehand. The Allegretto has a fetching lilt and attractive linear independence; indeed, the pedal staccatos occasionally sound as though they were plucked. Tarrant shapes the fourth movement from an eagle-eyed, big picture perspective, with the long melodies in the foreground and the undulating accompaniment unfolding in fluid paragraphs."

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