Markus Groh
piano | Germany, °1970
 
Final 1995: Markus Groh
Within more than a decade German born pianist Markus Groh has established himself as one of the most versatile pianists of his generation after having won the 1st prize in the Queen Elisabeth Competition in 1995. His worldwide concert activities include performances with the London Symphony, the Cleveland Orchestra, the New York Philharmonic, the Philadelphia Orchestra, the National Symphony Washington D.C., the San Francisco Symphony, the New Japan Philharmonic, and the St. Petersburg Philharmonic, under such distinguished conductors as Ivan Fischer, Neeme Järvi, Fabio Luisi, Kent Nagano, Jonathan Nott or David Robertson. He performs solo recitals all over the world in some of the most important venues of cities like Amsterdam, Athens, Berlin, Brussels, Frankfurt, London, Munich, New York, Tokyo, Toronto, Vancouver, Vienna, Washington D.C. and Zurich. His first SACD solo recording featured the b minor Sonata, the Fantasy and Fugue on B-A-C-H and the Totentanz of Franz Liszt, and received outstanding reviews in major newspapers (The Times, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, among others) as well as in major music magazines. A second all-Brahms SACD was showered with rave reviews as well. Markus Groh lives in Berlin and New York.
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Final 1995: Markus Groh - Liszt
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Program
Final (27/05/1995)
John Weeks Requiescat
Franz Liszt Concerto n. 2 in A major
Markus Groh, piano
Orchestre Philharmonique de Liège, dir. Pierre Bartholomée
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