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Album Review

Midnight on the Water may be Mark O'Connor's best classical album yet. The album is comprised entirely of his solo recitals, which have earned him great acclaim, not only from fans but from critics. Midnight on the Water fulfills all of the high expectations fans and critics may have had, as its filled with lush, sympathetic and unexpected readings of classical and folk pieces alike. Anyone who has pigeonholed O'Connor as just another fiddler will have their perceptions come crashing down after hearing this record.

Biography

Born: August 5, 1961 in Seattle, WA

Genre: Classical

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Born and raised in Seattle, O'Connor was always a bit out of sync with his teenage peers. Understandably so, since he was winning fiddle contests and had mapped out a sketchy career path. O'Connor moved to Nashville in 1983, already a former sideman for jazz violinist Stephane Grappelli, a job that allowed him to play the stage at Carnegie Hall. At the time O'Connor arrived in Music City (the post-Urban Cowboy era), fiddle was hardly in vogue, and it took a couple of years for him to make his mark....
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