Pianist Daniel Schlosberg
Pianist Daniel Schlosberg performs Johann Sebastian Bach's Overture in the French Style, BWV 831, the West Coast premiere of Augusta Read Thomas's Starlight Ribbons, and Claude Debussy's Estampes.
Daniel Schlosberg has been described as an "expert pianist" by the Boston Globe. His performances have been praised by the Washington Post for their "intellect and passion."
Schlosberg recently was a featured soloist with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in subscription performances of Olivier Messiaen’s Trois Petites Liturgies, for which he garnered critical praise. He is an avid proponent of new music and has collaborated with Third Coast Percussion, the International Contemporary Ensemble, Ensemble Dal Niente, Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble, pianist Amy Briggs, and the University of Illinois New Music Ensemble. In the summer of 2000, he held the Leonard Bernstein Fellowship in piano at Tanglewood. The same summer, he took part in a special collaboration with the Paul Taylor Dance Company at the Jacob’s Pillow Festival in performances of solo Claude Debussy. In 2009, he gave the U.S. premiere of renowned composer Kaija Saariaho’s Calices with violinist Austin Wulliman.
Presented as part of LACMA's Sundays Live, a weekly chamber music series. Check out the full schedule of upcoming concerts.
LACMA, Bing Theater
Free and open to the public
Note: Stream this performance live beginning at 6 pm on Sunday, June 22.
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Sundays Live is made possible in part by The Ralph M. Parsons Foundation, the Colburn Foundation, the Mandell Family Foundation, and the Sidney Stern Memorial Trust. Additional support is provided by the Friends of Sundays Live.