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Andreas Klein

Andreas Klein


Featured in “Hungarian Pictures” in January.

German Pianist Andreas Klein has distinguished himself as a dynamic and compelling performer with his command of a wide range of tonal colors and imaginative interpretations. The New York Times declared him “A fascinating artist with all the indispensable qualities: temperament, taste, touch, tone, the four T’s of pianism” and “A pianist who makes silences sound like music”. Andreas Klein’s career as orchestra soloist and recitalist has taken him to the world’s most prestigious venues from London’s Wigmore Hall, Berlin’s Philharmonic Hall, New York’s Carnegie Hall and Alice Tully Hall, to Washington, DC’s Kennedy Center. In Europe as well as in the USA, Mexico, and the Middle East, he has gained critical acclaim for his performances in major cities such as Berlin, Rome, Milan, Bern, Leipzig, Dresden, New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington, DC, Cleveland, Damascus, and Mexico City.

His signature repertoire includes all Mozart and Beethoven Concerti. The Tagesspiegel in Berlin raved about his Mozart Piano Concerto KV 459 with the legendary Berlin Philharmonic: “humorous flamboyancy and impeccable technique, grace, melodious sound and plenty of brilliance Andreas Klein was invited to perform with other important orchestras in Germany, including the Berlin Symphony and the Stuttgart Radio Symphony, the later with which he was the first to premier and record Mendelssohn’s Concerto in A minor. MDR Radio’s broadcast of the Frank and Liszt Concerti with the Halle Orchestra received acclaim from listeners nationwide.

His CD releases have received praise by critics, conductors and presenters alike. Of his Beethoven and Berg album, the New York Times wrote: “Mr. Klein is an excellent pianist. In Berg’s Sonata the voluptuous haze was blown away: one followed the progress of every theme and motive as they steadily transformed themselves into a single architectural design”.

Andreas Klein is a graduate of the Juilliard School and complemented his studies with the legendary Claudio Arrau and Nikita Magaloff. Copies of his dissertation on the Chopin Etudes are in the libraries of the Chopin Society in Vienna and in Leipzig as well as downloadable form Rice University Library.

Represented by: Marianne Schmocker Artists International
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