At the Reactions to the Record symposium at Stanford last year, I attended a talk and a performance by the pianist Andrew Rangell. He is an interesting guy and had a lot to say about his path into music and his career; both his playing style and his take on standard works are extremely individual. He played a Schoenberg suite and a Bach suite simultaneously - not really, but he interleaved the movements. He said he'd never do that in a "real" concert, and afterward everyone wanted to know why, because it was an extremely successful experiment. The two works spoke to and illuminated each other, unlike way too many pairings of older and newer music.
In any event, Vivien Schweitzer reviewed a CD of his in the Times this week. Read the review, and buy that CD - and maybe some of his Beethoven, or A Bridge to Bach, which I like very much. He records for Bridge Records, a small label with a great catalog of current and historical recordings.