The music room is darkly lit, since there are oil originals all around – every room in the museum has a humidifier, and of course no flash photography can be allowed. I had attended a couple concerts there way back in late 1962 when I was a “patient” at NIH. (It’s in a separate building – the museum has several – on the second floor; there is a larger auditorium, too.) The piano sound had tremendous dynamic range but the top notes could have used a little more ring – maybe it’s a function of room acoustics, or of 70-year-old inner ears.
Update: Jan 15
Timo does a cooking show for XOXO cooks in Brooklyn, link here, fixing a steak salad. Will he get on one of the big daytime shows, like Ellen, Meredith, or Rachel? The eclectic chamber music in the background is familiar, but I'm not sure which piece.
Update: May 25, 2015
Timo's recital was broadcast on 90.9 WETA FM Classical in Washington DC Memorial Day at 9 PM EDT.