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Hélène Grimaud is a world-class pianist who loves the company of wolves, writes novels and fearlessly re-interprets the great classics.
Grimaud says she admires 'the more extreme players . . . people who wouldn’t be afraid to play their conception to the end.' Critics have praised her willingness to reinterpret works and take chances. One compared her to Glenn Gould: “She has this willingness to take a piece of music apart and free herself from the general body of practice that has grown up around it."
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