Pianist Jeremy Denk has steadily built a reputation as one of the music world’s most compelling pianists.
“Hearing Mr. Denk’s bracing, effortlessly virtuosic and utterly joyous performance, one would never guess how phenomenally difficult the piano part is.”
– The New York Times
“The logic that propelled [Denk’s] playing gave his occasional understatements extraordinary power.” – The Philadelphia Inquirer
Sonata, Sz. 80
Prelude after Bach’s cantata “Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen,”
Sonetta 123 del Petrarca: “I’ vidi in terra angelici costumi”
Après une lecture du Dante, Fantasia quasi Sonata
Isolde’s Liebestod (after Wagner)
Prelude and Fugue in B minor, BWV 869
Sonata No. 32 in C minor, Opus 111
An Aaron Richmond Recital.
Endowed by Nancy Richmond Winsten
and the late Dr. Joseph Winsten