Feature Article: Wait, You Need To Suffer More.

I loved researching this article, which explores whether musicians need to have ‘suffered’ in order to effectively perform particularly ‘profound’ music – ie late Beethoven or Schubert. I think the pianist Leif Ove Andsnes sums it up perfectly: “It’s not true that someone has to have been through extreme emotions to play the music, but you have to be able to sympathize and have empathy with the emotions.”

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Actors, of course, have to be able to empathize in order to effectively convey the emotions of a character with whom they may have little in common. On the other hand, can even the most empathetic 21-year actor portray King Lear? Certainly in my experience, it’s the ‘veteran’ pianists – like Mitsuko Uchida and Richard Goode – whose live performances of Beethoven I have found most affecting.