I am honored by my selection as this year’s awardee of the Daniel Ericourt Residency at UNC – Greensboro, joining a long list of distinguished pianists including Pascal Rogé, Lydia Artymiw and Jon Nakamatsu. I will give three master classes and present a solo recital of French repertoire during my residency.
Mr. Ericourt was a legendary interpreter of French keyboard music as well as a personal friend of my own teacher Mieczyslaw Münz. In proper tribute my program will include Ericourt’s transcription of Maurice Ravel’s “Piece en forme de Habañera, which was recorded by Münz in 1928. I will also perform works of Chabrier, Fauré, Poulenc, and Ravel’s “Valses Nobles et Sentimentales.”
Richard Strauss’ Burleske for Piano and Orchestra.
This will be my first performance in the country of Brazil, playing Johannes Brahms’ Piano Concerto no. 1 in D minor with Evandro Matté conducting.
Esta será minha primeira apresentação no Brasil, tocando o Concerto para Piano nº 1 em Ré menor de Johannes Brahms, com Evandro Matté regendo.
I am thrilled to make a return appearance with this magnificent orchestra conducted by the legendary Nicolas Rauss, performing Brahms’ Piano Concerto no. 1 in D minor op. 15, in the breathtaking acoustics of the Teatro Solis of Montevideo, Uruguay.
Estoy encantado de hacer una aparición de regreso con esta magnífica orquesta dirigida por el legendario Nicolas Rauss, interpretando el Brahms Concierto para piano núm. 1 en re menor op. 15, en la impresionante acústica del Teatro Solis de Montevideo, Uruguay.