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Next concerts with Kirill Gerstein in January 2018

January 6th, 2018

Kirill Gerstein kicks off 2018 with performances with the Rotterdam Philharmonic (5 and 7 January), Houston Symphony (11-13 January) and Pittsburgh Symphony (26 and 28 January). Repertoire includes Tchaikovsky’s First Piano Concerto, Brahms’ First Piano Concerto and Rachmaninov’s Second Piano Concerto.

In between these concerto engagements, Kirill can be heard at the Louisiana Museum in Denmark (18-19 January) and the Spivey Hall in Atlanta (21 January) in recital performances playing works by Bach, Debussy, Schumann, Chopin and Adès.

Kirill GersteinPhoto: Marco Borggreve

Next concerts with Kirill Gerstein in November and December 2017

October 30th, 2017

November sees Kirill Gerstein travelling across the States performing with the Oregon Symphony (4-6 November in Schoenberg and Gershwin), Chicago Symphony (16-18 and 21 November in Brahms and Strauss) and Seattle Symphony Orchestras (30 November-2 December in Rachmaninov). In between, Kirill returns to London for a one-off Wigmore Hall recital on11 November performing works by Bach, Debussy, Adès, Chopin and Schumann.


The run up to the end of the year brings more Rachmaninov with the Bournemouth Symphony (6-7 December), Brahms with the Hamburg Symphony (14 December) and finally the Beethoven’s Fourth Piano Concerto with the Lapland Chamber Orchestra (20-22 December).


Next concerts with Kirill Gerstein in October 2017

October 6th, 2017

Kicking off October at the Schloss Elmau (2 October) for a recital featuring music by Bach, Debussy, Chopin, Adès and Schumann, the rest of the month sees Kirill Gerstein in concerto engagements with the Netherlands Radio Filharmonisch Orkest (6 October) and the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra (12 and 14 October), as well as in recital at the Rubinstein Piano Festival in Poland (18 October). From22 October in London, he joins the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra and Harold Blomstedt on tour again, performing in Paris (24 October), Luxembourg (26 October) and Vienna (30 October).


Next concerts with Kirill Gerstein in September 2017

September 7th, 2017

Kirill Gerstein kicks off the new season in Oslo playing Scriabin’s Prometheus over two days with the Oslo Philharmonic under Vasily Petrenko before going into the studio to record the work with the same team. Next up is a tour with RAI Torino under Semyon Bychkov travelling to Milan (14), Verona (16), Turin (17) and Vienna (20) for Rachmaninov’s Second Piano Concerto. In between the tour dates, Kirill travels to the George Enescu Festival for a joint recital with Leonidas Kavakos on 12 September and a solo recital on 15 September.

Kirill GersteinPhoto: Marco Borggreve

Next concerts with Kirill Gerstein in July and August 2017

July 12th, 2017

In addition to concerto engagements with the Chicago Symphony (21 July) and Taipei Symphony (26 August), this summer sees Kirill Gerstein make appearances at the Verbier Festival on 28, 29 and 30 July; Aspen Music Festival on 2 August; Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival on 8 August; and the Mostly Mozart Festival for his debut there on 15 and 16 August. At the end of August, Kirill returns to the BBC Proms in London to perform Rachmaninov’s First Piano Concerto with the BBC Symphony Orchestra under Semyon Bychkov.

Kirill Gerstein during his celebrity Series recital (Robert Torres photo)

Next concerts with Kirill Gerstein in May and June 2017

May 4th, 2017

Kirill Gerstein splits his time between recitals and concerto engagements over the next two months, opening May with recitals in Kansas and Fresno on 5 and 7 May, followed by Seattle and Washington on 16 and 21 May.  Playing music by Bach, Brahms and Liszt, Kirill concludes his US tour of these composers on 11 June in Chicago. Chamber music also forms part of Gerstein’s schedule in June when he plays Schumann and Brahms with Leonidas Kavakos, Albrecht Mayer and others on 13 June at the Berliner Philharmonie.

Concerto engagements over May and June see Kirill travel to San Diego for Bartok’s Third Piano Concerto from 12-13 May with the San Diego Symphony under Matthias Pintscher; Paris for Rachmaninov’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini on 1 June with the Orchestre National de France under David Robertson; Dresden for Brahms’ First Piano Concerto from 16-18 June with the Dresden Philharmonic under Michael Sanderling; and Bad Kissingen for Schumann’s Piano Concerto in A minor on 21 June with the Frankfurt Radio Symphony under Andrés Oroczco-Estrada.