Artist Spotlight: Alessio Bax

Through a full and varied lineup of solo recitals, orchestral collaborations, and chamber concerts, over the coming season Alessio Bax continues to prove himself “among the most remarkable young pianists now before the public” (Gramophone). In the first of three 2016-17 appearances at London’s Wigmore Hall, the Leeds and Hamamatsu winner makes his solo recital debut at the storied venue with a program of Schubert, Scriabin, and Ravel. He also gives solo recitals in Spain, Italy, and at multiple destinations throughout the United States. Orchestral highlights include dates with the Vancouver Symphony and Bramwell Tovey, playing Edward MacDowell’s Second Piano Concerto, and with the National Orchestra of Spain and Miguel Harth-Bedoya, playing Tchaikovsky’s First. With his regular recital partner, superstar violinist Joshua Bell, Bax embarks on a national tour crowned by an appearance at New York’s Alice Tully Hall. He returns to the venue on an extensive U.S. tour with Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, with which he also appears in Copenhagen and at Wigmore Hall.

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