Alon Goldstein, piano
Photo Credit: Meagan Cignoli
“…an irresistible powerhouse performance"
“Alon Goldstein, who made a superb Philadelphia Orchestra debut last summer, showed even more depth and style in Saturday’s performance [Bartók Concerto No.3]….You wanted encores—preferably, his entire repertoire”.
“This young artist has style, smarts and technique…he created a stillness around himself that was so long and imposing in its defiance of expectations that your ear had to be glued to everything that came after.” [Beethoven No.1] - THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER
Alon Goldstein's 2011-12 season included his debut recital at the Gilmore International Keyboard Festival, a tour with the Tokyo String Quartet, his debut with the Philharmonique de Radio France Orchestra, and return engagements to the New Haifa Symphony with Yoel Levi, the Vermont Symphony with Jaime Laredo, and the George Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra in Bucharest to name only a few.
Mr. Goldstein's 2012-13 season promises to be equally as exciting. He will tour Central and South American with the Israel Chamber Orchestra, make his debut with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, and perform again with the Tokyo Quartet in its final season of concerts. At the Klavier-Festival Ruhr, under maestro Leon Fleisher’s baton, Mr. Goldstein will perform Britten’s Diversions. In addition to performances of Liszt, Rachmaninoff, Shostakovich, Mendelssohn and Tchaikovsky concertos, Mr. Goldstein’s busy schedule includes nation-wide performances with the Goldstein-Peled-Fiterstein Trio, and solo recitals, many of which include the music of Debussy, in homage of the composer’s 150th birthday.
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