Kathleen Supové is an excellent pianist with a flair for the theatrical and a deep love for new music. Although she studied within the classical tradition, she feels the need to forge new paths and create new traditions for new music.
We spoke a few days before The Debussy Effect, Kathleen’s latest album of works written for her, was released on New Focus Records. During our conversation, we talked about:
- Marathon concerts: the good and the not so good
- Having long-term relationships with composers and other colleagues
- Recording projects
- The Debussy Effect
- Recreational listening