Another great review for Shai Wosner, this time from the Philadelphia Inquirer. "But for all the rhythmic and motivic connections laid bare, the more dazzling thread was the pianist himself." Click here to read the article in it's entirety.
UPDATE! Shai Wosner is headed to San Diego this weekend for the Mainly Mozart Festival! Saturday at 7:30 pm or Sunday at 2:00 pm and 5:30 pm, with an All-Beethoven program that includes: Variations on "Bei Männern, welche Liebe fühlen" WoO 46, Sonata for Violin and Piano in F Major Op. 24 ("Spring") and Piano Trio in D Major Op. 70 No. 1 ("Ghost") Tickets are still available! Click here for more information.
In a recent review, Bernard Jacobsen, of Seen and Heard International, says of Shai Wosner: "...in both the calmly affable dignity of his stage presence and in his playing, maturity is conjoined in equal measure with charm and the most profound musical talent". Click the link to read more!
Hello Philadelphia! Hope to see you at the recital tomorrow evening at 8:00pm in Benjamin Franklin Hall presented by Philadelphia Chamber Music Society. Follow the link below for tickets!
Shai Wosner and Jennifer Koh launched Bridge to Beethoven in Santa Barbara last week and "the collaboration was nothing short of brilliant" according to the Santa Barbara Independent. The recital featured the world premiere of Vijay Iyer's "adventurous and accessible" Bridgetower Fantasy. Bridge to Beethoven comes to the Aspen Music Festival and School and Ravinia Festival this summer.
The race is on! WQXR is hosting a #Beethoven Piano Sonata Marathon, Saturday May 9 at BAM Fisher. Shai Wosner can be heard at the beginning of Set 2 (12:15pm) playing #Beethoven's Sonata No. 3 in C Major, Op. 2, No. 3. Tickets available: http://bit.ly/1GE0m74.