Nov. 2012: Times of India
Nov. 2012: Deccan Herald
Nov. 2012: The Hindu
Nov. 2012: Hindustan Times
Nov. 2012: The Hindu
Nov. 2012: Indian Express
Nov. 2012: M4Movies India
Oct. 2012: Times of India
Mar. 2012: Hindustan Times
After a home concert in Mumbai, India, the Hindustan Times ran this article on home concerts in India. See paragraph 6 and 10. “The Mumbai concert was his 47th, an evening that included wine, cheese, a formal introduction and plenty of informal banter with the 25 eager listeners.” Read more…
Nov. 2012: US Embassy Report on Sarawak concert
Dec 2014 Nazia Malik Morning Show PTV Start at 51:00 (in English)
Dec 2014 World News Views Pakistan
Dec 2014 Friendsmania
Dec 2014 Dawn
Dec 2014 The News PK
Dec 2014 Karachi News
Dec 2014 Daily Nai Baat (Urdu)
Jan. 2014 Cosas Magazine
TAIWAN (all in Mandarin Chinese)
June 2014 TVBS (Mandarin)
March 2013 Local News Nantou County
November 2013 Local News Chiayi County
Nov. 2012 San Francisco Classical Voice
Part V of the article: “The superstar of music entrepreneurs and the epitome of the “portfolio-career” musician is Kimball Gallagher. “I’m just a kid who went to Juilliard,” he’s quick to say. And before that, the Shepherd School of Music at Rice University. For the last 10 years Gallagher has been a young man on his trapeze, most recently flying around the world doing a series of 88 concerts.” Read more…
2012: Rice University Magazine.
“In an intimate Manhattan apartment, Kimball Gallagher sits at a grand piano in front of a small, informal audience holding champagne flutes. Before launching into Chopin’s First Ballade, he tell the audience about his recent travels. “I just got back from Afghanistan, where I had a great time teaching at the Afghanistan National Institue of Music in Kabul,” he said. “The concert there was a unique experience. It was the first time I ever performed Chopin with six armed guards at the door.” Read more:::
Feb. 2012: New York Times Review
Honored to be including in the 10th Anniversary Gala for Premiere Commission. See 4th paragraph for a review of 4 Preludes from the set of 88 Preludes from Allan Kozinn of the NY Times.
“….his Four Preludes, a gentle, introspective set in an accessible eclectic style that draws on Minimalism—the repeating left-hand staccato figure in the second piece and the ostinato that accompanies the lyrical melody in the third—as well as hints of a Romantic salon style and ruminative jazz.” Read more…
Dec. 2011: Musical America
Edna Landau’s column Ask Edna found on the Musical America website is wonderful resource and a way to get a glimpse into the mind of one of the great classical music managers and career strategists of the past century. Here she writes about home concerts and includes a section on the 88 Concert Tour.
“Perhaps the most entrepreneurial individual I have met in regard to pursuing home concerts (and more) is pianist and composer, Kimball Gallagher.” Read more…
March 2012: The Economist
Musicians as Entrepreneurs – The Economist runs a piece on present day musical entrepreneurship and journalist Millie Kerr reports on Classical Revolution, the 88 Concert Tour, and Cocktails and Counterpoints.
“Mr Gallagher….discovered a winning formula in presenting a brief performance of music followed by open dialogue…” Read more…
July / Aug. 2012: Indie Mag
Indie Mag is a new magazine for independent musicians highlighting scenes, musicians, and music driven causes from around the world. Please download this issue!! My interview is found on pages 12 and 13, right next to the remarkable Derek Sivers interview. Honored to be in such company. Read more…
Feb. 2012: The Christian Science Monitor
A fantastic piece by journalist Jessica Kraft about the arts in Tunisia-post revolution.
“Ayed recently brought international attention to this cause with the Kennedy Center concert, and says, “I believe that classical music is a universal language and one that we have to perform, particularly now while we have a good story to tell and the whole world is watching us.” Read more…
March 2008: Carnegie-Hall-Review-March-2008
Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall: In a recent recital of works ranging from Haydn to Del Tredici, Kimball Gallagher made a strong impression as a pianist of extremely diverse interests and abilities. His biography lists not only numerous performances and prizes but also two organizations he has founded to promote salon concerts and educate young pianists. He is evidently something of a dynamo, and the fact that his program was intelligent, innovative, and ambitious should come as no surprise… Read more…
Feb. 2008: Asbury-Park-Press-Feb-2008
Gallagher is far from typical, BY CARLTON WILKINSON, CORRESPONDENT
As part of its series presenting emerging classical artists, Red Bank’s Two River Theater Company will be hosting a concert by pianist Kimball Gallagher at 8 p.m. Saturday.
The program will include a to-be-announced premiere, plus work by early 20th century American Impressionist Charles Griffes and the living, California-based composer Nolan Gasser. Along with these lesser-known pieces will be traditional piano fare, highlighted by a set of mazurkas by Frederic Chopin. Read more…
An interview by Notes on the Road’s co-founder, Amanda von Goetz focusing on the fundraiser I did for my piano, and the initiation of my home concert business.
A Q+A conducted by Jamee Ard at Juilliard, regarding home concerts.
Included in a story of the 200th Anniversary of Chopin’s birth.
Radio Interview by Alvin Lowenberg
Conducted at Morningside Ministries, a retirement community in San Antonio Texas, this interview contains selections from recordings.
A blog talk radio interview with the multifaceted and vibrant Janice Wilson. She’s had many remarkable guests on her show and I’m honored to be among them.