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Concert review: ConcertoNet

The names “ Grimaud” and “Wolf” have been intimately linked for a quarter century. Not Hugo Wolf but Canis Lupus. When not on her keyboard, Ms. Grimaud is in upstate New York with the Wolf Conservation Center which she founded 25 years ago. Undoubtedly, her delicacy, her sensitivity, and above all, her empathy for notes and animals are predominant.

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Feature: Bachtrack

Almost a quarter-century ago, a set of photographs showing the pianist Hélène Grimaud cuddling wolves captured hearts and imaginations all over the world. The French musician had just co-founded the Wolf Conservation Center in upstate New York. Today she remains a prominent advocate for the animals, for their crucial environmental role and the importance of protecting them.

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Feature: Boston Globe (US)

For her two recitals in Boston and Groton, she’s taking a back-to-basics approach with what some call the three B’s of classical music: Bach, Beethoven, Brahms.

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