Edinburgh International Festival: Jeremy Denk
Winner of numerous major international awards, the American classical pianist makes his International Festival debut with a wide-ranging programme.
About Edinburgh International Festival: Jeremy Denk
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Programme to include works by Bach, Ligeti, Liszt, Berg and Schumann
North Carolina-born Jeremy Denk is a rare piano talent, and the winner of numerous major international awards, including a MacArthur ‘Genius’ Fellowship. As thoughtful as he is fiery, he brings a searching curiosity to his flamboyant playing, taking the listener on a compelling musical journey through his carefully curated programmes.
Blending passion and poise, he makes his International Festival debut with a typically wide-ranging programme, concluding with Schumann’s heartfelt Fantasy in C Op 17.
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