American Lindsay Garritson slept late (8:30 a.m. is late for her) and didn’t practice much (practicing 90 minutes isn’t much for her) before her physically demanding, athletic program on Saturday.
Oleksandr Poliykov showed confidence and lyricism
Performances start at 11 a.m.
Claire Huangci slept well, woke early, Skyped with friends in Europe and ate a Friday morning breakfast of strawberries.
An audience leaning forward during quiet passages
The first day of the 14th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition may be a little early to spot any trends, but at least by the final notes Friday, high competence seemed assured, and several competitors went beyond that.
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Proximity to a wall, the way the player faces and other elements go into the arrangement
Plants tough enough for Texas
The 2013 Cliburn Piano Competition continued Saturday.
Diva Dash, a 5k obstacle run to benefit the Women's Center and Play Like a Girl in Fort Worth.
Golfers go off two tees to try to beat weather Saturday.