Lucy Kaplansky @ Anthology on Jan. 29

The pianist played an unforgettable set at Anthology on Jan. 29.

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The pianist Lucy Kaplansky played an unforgettable set at Anthology on Jan. 29.
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The Chicago-born artist moved to New York City at the age of 18 to start her career as a folk singer/songwriter.
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Throughout her time in New York, Kaplansky played such with musicians as Suzanne Vega, Shawn Colvin and Richard Shindell.
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In 1983, Kaplansky decided to become a psychologist and got her PhD, but did not give up on her passion for music.
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Kaplansky has released five albums and made appearances on the "CBS Morning Show" and NPR’s "Weekend Show."
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Lucy has continued to tour in the US and has been described by the New Yorker as “a truly gifted performer…full of enchanting songs."
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Kaplansky not only sings and plays guitar, but she is also a talented pianist.
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Anthology's amazing video system took fans places they couldn't see otherwise.
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Kaplansky's fifth album,."Over the Hills," features guests Elvis Costello, Bob Dylan, Emmylou Harris and Steely Dan.
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In 1998, Kaplansky joined with musicians Dar Williams and Richard Shindell to form the folk group Cry Cry Cry.
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Kaplansky's father was a mathematician, and she sometimes performs songs composed by her father on mathematics-related topics.
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