Concerti

 

Beethoven
Concerto no.1 in C major op.15

Concerto no.2 in B-flat op.19

Concerto no.3 in c minor op.37

Concerto No.4 in G major op.58

Concerto No.5 in E-flat major op.73

Triple Concerto op.56

Bartok

Concerto no.3 Sz.119 

Brahms

Concerto no.1 in d minor op.15

Concerto no.2 in B-flat major op.83

Chopin
Concerto in e minor op.11

Concerto in f minor op.21

Franck
Symphonic variations

Falla​

Nights in the Gardens of Spain

Gershwin
Rhapsody in Blue
Concerto in F

Grieg 

Concerto in a minor op.16

Liszt
Concerto no.1 in E-flat major

Totentanz ​

Mendelssohn
Capriccio Brilliant in b minor op.20
Concerto no.1 in g minor op.25
Concerto no.2 in d minor op.40

Mozart
Concerto no.9 in E-flat major K.271 “Jeunehomme”
Concerto no. 13 in C major K.415

Concerto no.16 in D major K.451

Concerto no.17 in G major K.453

Concerto no.20 in d minor K.466

Concerto no. 21 in C major K.467
Concerto no.22 in E-flat major K.482

Concerto no.23 in A major K.488

Concerto No.24 in c minor K.491

​Concerto no.25 in C major K.503

Concert Aria "Ch'io mi scordi di te" K.505 

Concerto no.27 in B-flat major K.595

Poulenc

Concerto for piano and Orchestra 

Rachmaninov
Concerto No.1 in f-sharp minor op. 1

Concerto no.2 in c minor op.18

Concerto no.4 op.40​

Rhapsody on a theme of Paganini op.43

Ravel

Concerto in G major

Saint-Saens

Concerto No.4 in c minor op.44 

Schumann
Concerto in a minor op.54

Shostakovich

Concerto no.1 for Piano, Trumpet, and Strings op.35

Concerto No.2 in F major op.102 

Tchaikovsky
Concerto no.1 in b-flat minor op.23

Concerto no.2 in G Major op.44 (Original Version)  

Recital Programs 2020-2021

Program I
Franck Prelude, Aria, et Final 

Beethoven Sonata in A Major Op. 101 

Intermission 

Schumann Fantasy in C Major Op. 17 

 
Program II 

Beethoven Andante Favori WoO57

Sonata in C Major Op.53 "Waldstein"  

Intermission 

Chopin 4 Ballades 

"...tremendous flexibility in going from style to style
and the sensitivity that comes from being an excellent chamber musician.
His ideas, while individual, are always grounded in logic, making him
a joy to accompany in concerti." 
-Michael Morgan, Music Director, Oakland Symphony
Former Assistant Conductor of Chicago Symphony under Sir George Solti