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Boris Giltburg begins season as Residentie Orkest's Artist in Residence with Nicholas Collon

05 September 2017

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Boris Giltburg joins the Residentie Orkest and Principal Conductor (and fellow Intermusica artist) Nicholas Collon at the Zuiderstrandtheater in the Hague for the annual Prince's Day Concert on 19 September 2017. Giltburg performs Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No.2, part of a programme that also features Van Hamel Intrada and Stravinsky Petrushka.


The televised performance marks the beginning of Giltburg's season as the orchestra's Artist in Residence. The orchestra commented that "there was such a huge click between star pianist Boris Giltburg, the Residentie Orkest and the audience that we simply had to ask Boris to be our artist in residence."


The concert follows soon after the release of Giltburg's recording of Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No.2, which is released worldwide on 8 September by Naxos. The disc was recorded with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra and conductor Carlos Miguel Prieto, and also features Rachmaninov Études-Tableaux, Op. 33, Liebesleid and Polka de W.R.


The Scotsman remarked of Giltburg’s concert performance of Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto No. 2 with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra last year:


“Giltburg is an artist whose range of expression brought so much more than slushy romance to Rachmaninov’s emotion-laden score. Whether wistful and dreamy or tense and heart-aching, the lyricism of his playing was a joy to listen to.”

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Boris Giltburg returns to the Concertgebouw with Nicholas Collon & the Residentie Orkest

13 August 2017

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Boris Giltburg returns to the Amsterdam Concertgebouw on 27 August 2017 to perform Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No.2 in C minor with the Residentie Orkest and principal conductor Nicholas Collon.


Giltburg’s Rachmaninov interpretations are consistently met with great critical acclaim. His album of Rachmaninov’s Études-tableaux Op. 39 and Moments musicaux (Naxos, 2016) was chosen by NPR at number 20 in their top 100 recordings of 2016, and his performance of Rachmaninov’s second piano concerto last year with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra was highly praised by The Scotsman:


"Giltburg is an artist whose range of expression brought so much more than slushy romance to Rachmaninov’s emotion-laden score. Whether wistful and dreamy or tense and heart-aching, the lyricism of his playing was a joy to listen to."

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Boris Giltburg & James Ehnes perform at the Seattle Chamber Music Festival

12 July 2017

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Boris Giltburg joins James Ehnes at the Seattle Chamber Music Society Summer Festival at Benaroya Hall on 26 July 2017 to perform Saint-Saëns Sonata No. 1 in D minor, one of Giltburg's four concerts across the festival.


Giltburg also gives a solo performance of Brahms 7 Fantasien, Op. 116, on 28 July, a trio concert with Ricardo Morales & Bion Tsang, and a recital on 24 July with cellist Edward Arron.


Giltburg returns to the United States several times next season, with debuts at Utah Symphony under Music Director Thierry Fischer, Pacific Symphony with Ben Gernon, and NAC Orchestra under Alexander Shelley.

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Boris Giltburg gives all-Russian recital at the Elbphilharmonie

01 May 2017

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Boris Giltburg travels to Hamburg this month to play to a sold out Elbphilharmonie on 15 May 2017. Fresh from a debut visit to Australia, Giltburg brings with him an all-Russian programme of Scriabin, Prokofiev and Rachmaninov etudes.


Giltburg, who has been described by the Guardian as "a natural Rachmaninov interpreter [who] plays with technical fluidity and honed musicality”, released the Rachmaninov Études-Tableaux on Naxos in 2016, and performs a selection of them at a gala concert in Munich on 16 May, to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the label.


Further highlights for Giltburg this season include an appearance at the Dresden Music Festival, as well as performances with the Polish Radio Orchestra Katowice and Residentie Orkest.

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Boris Giltburg performs in recital at the Tokyo Spring Festival

01 April 2017

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Boris Giltburg travels to Japan this month to perform in recital at the Tokyo Spring Festival on 15 April 2017. Appearing at the Bunka Kaikan, Giltburg performs an all-Rachmaninov programme of Prelude No.1, Ten Preludes Op.23 and Thirteen Preludes Op.32. Giltburg takes the same programme to Taipei’s National Concert Hall on 21 April.


Giltburg then travels to Australia to perform Grieg Piano Concerto with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra at Adelaide Town Hall on 28 and 29 April, his first concerto performances in the country. He continues his Australian debut with one concert with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra on 5 May, performing Mozart’s Piano Concert No. 23 under Aadland in Hobart’s Federal Concert Hall.

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Boris Giltburg performs at the annual Munich AIDS Gala

09 March 2017

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Boris Giltburg travels to Munich on 23 March 2017 to perform at the city's annual AIDS Gala,  one of the most important charity events of the season. Giltburg, Sergey Khachatryan, and Daniel Müller-Schott are the three soloists invited to perform with Munich Chamber Orchestra for this year’s benefit concert, which is being presided over by Munich’s Lord Mayor Dieter Reiter.


Giltburg joins the orchestra to perform Beethoven Piano Concerto No.2, conducted by the orchestra’s previous chief conductor Alexander Liebreich. The concert is broadcast live on BR-Klassik.

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Intermusica artists star in the Southbank Centre's 2017/18 Classical Season

Intermusica artists star in the Southbank Centre's 2017/18 classical season, which was announced on 26 January 2017.


Highlights of the new season include Marin Alsop conducting Bernstein Mass with the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain and Kian Soltani performing in memory of Jacqueline du Pré with Daniel Barenboim and the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra. The Intermusica co-promoted International Chamber Music Series features James Ehnes leading Messiaen Quartet for the End of Time, Danielle de Niese performing with the Navarra String Quartet and Colin Currie marking the re-opening of the Queen Elizabeth Hall with a world premiere of a new work by Harrison Birtwistle. Boris Giltburg and George Li give solo recitals as part of the long-running International Piano Series, Nicholas Collon conducts Aurora Orchestra in the finale of Pierre-Laurent Aimard's Ligeti in Wonderland festival, and Kian Soltani makes a second appearance alongside Brett Dean for a performance of Schubert Trout Quintet.


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28 October 2017
Kian Soltani & West-Eastern Divan Orchestra, cond. Daniel Barenboim / Strauss Don Quixote


14 November 2017
James Ehnes, Steven Osborne, Alban Gerhardt & Jean Johnson / Messiaen Quartet for the End of Time 


28 February 2018
Boris Giltburg / Brahms, Shostakovich & Rachmaninov


20 March 2018
George Li / Beethoven, Rachmaninov, Chopin & Liszt


6 & 7 April 2018
Marin Alsop & the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain / Bernstein Mass 


19 April 2018
Colin Currie & Nicholas Hodges / Morton Feldman, Stockhausen & Harrison Birtwistle


27 April 2018
Danielle de Niese & Navarra String Quartet / Albert Roussel, Schubert & Ernest Chausson


13 May 2018
Nicholas Collon
& Aurora Orchestra / Ligeti


29 May 2018
Brett Dean & Kian Soltani with Benjamin Grosvenor, Hyeyoon Park and Leon Bosch / Schubert Trout Quintet


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Boris Giltburg debuts with the Helsinki Philharmonic & Vassily Sinaisky

25 January 2017

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Boris Giltburg makes his debut with the Helsinki Philharmonic this week under Vassily Sinaisky in two performances of Prokofiev Piano Concerto No.2 on 8 and 9 February 2017.


Giltburg is rapidly gaining a reputation as a leading Prokofiev interpreter; his performance of the 2nd Piano Concerto with Malmo Symphony earlier this month was described as “absolutely top class…you couldn’t ask for better” (Skanska Dagbladet).


Other debuts this season include Nashville Symphony, Adelaide Symphony & Tasmania Symphony, as well as Oslo Philharmonic last week with Vasily Petrenko - click here to listen to the radio broadcast of the performance. Giltburg is a regular collaborator with Vasily Petrenko, with their recording for Naxos of both Shostakovich concerti with Royal Liverpool Philharmonic receiving 5 star reviews, including monthly concerto choice of BBC Music Magazine, a Diapason d’Or, and a “supersonic” award from Pizzicato:


"Giltburg has all the agility, power and expressive intensity Shostakovich’s piano concertos demand, plus the temperament to negotiate their mercurial shifts of mood. Every phrase is imaginatively coloured or nuanced.” 
Gramophone, January 2017

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Boris Giltburg releases debut concerto disc for Naxos

13 January 2017

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Boris Giltburg releases his debut concerto disc for Naxos on 13 January 2017, a recording of works by Shostakovich with Vassily Petrenko and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.


The disc features both Shostakovich Piano Concertos (the first pieces Giltburg and Petrenko have recorded together) set alongside Giltburg's own arrangements of the composer's famous String Quartet No.8 and also the Walz from the String Quartet No.2, which Giltburg specially arranged for this disc with permission of the Shostakovich estate.


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Boris Giltburg: debut with the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra

12 January 2017

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Boris Giltburg travels to Norway for the first time this month to makes his debut with the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra on 26 and 27 January 2017, performing Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No.1 with Vasily Petrenko conducting.


Giltburg is a regular collaborator with Vasily Petrenko, notably with the Israel Philharmonic on tour, with the Danish Radio Symphony, and many times with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic. January saw the release of Giltburg's recording of the two Shostakovich Piano Concertos, his debut disc for Naxos, which he recorded alongside Petrenko and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic.

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Boris Giltburg performs Prokofiev in return to the Malmö Symphony Orchestra

05 January 2017

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Boris Giltburg returns to the Malmo Symphony Orchestra on 19 January 2017, performing Prokofiev Piano Concerto No.2 in G minor at the Konserthus with Karina Canellakis conducting.


Giltburg performed Prokofiev Piano Concerto No.3 with the Warsaw Philharmonic in November - click here to watch the performance. He also performed Prokofiev Sonata No.7 at Carnegie Hall in October 2016, a performance which critics heralded for “the pianist’s subtlety, power and imagination”:


“Giltburg is able to produce a huge sound …yet one hears none of the banging or shrillness that typifies many of the younger virtuosos. Giltburg’s athletic, passionate playing was as often balanced by tenderness, suppleness and attention paid to the delineation of voice.”
Concerto.net


Giltburg follows his Malmo appearance with his debut at the Oslo Philharmonic under Vasily Petrenko. Later in 2017 he appears with Helsinki Philharmonic, Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra and Bochum Symphony Orchestra.

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Boris Giltburg returns to Wigmore Hall for BBC Radio 3 lunchtime recital

21 November 2016

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Boris Giltburg returns to Wigmore Hall on 5 December 2016 for a recital as part of the BBC Radio 3 Lunchtime concert series. The programme includes J.S. Bach Toccata and Fugue in D minor, Schumann Papillons and Brahms Piano Sonata No.1 in C major. The recital will be broadcast live on BBC Radio 3.


Giltburg’s recent recording of Schumann Papillons (Naxos 2015) alongside other works by the composer received critical praise. BBC Music Magazine wrote that “His artistry in this CD shows a maturity and intelligence that is richly satisfying” while Der Spiegel said Giltburg “…has done everything right”.


Critics also praised Giltburg’s last performance at Wigmore in March 2012:


“Giltburg opened with all guns blazing, the Fazioli impressive in its clarity if unstinting in its volume. That said there was delicacy in the chromatic sleights of the first movement’s second subject, as there was in the Non allegro second, which followed without a break. The finale, also begun with barely a pause, was superbly executed, bold and triumphant, with the many and varied technical demands seemingly no obstacle to Giltburg, a pianist of redoubtable talent." Classical Source, March 2012


Giltburg’s Wigmore Hall recital is part of a busy season of solo performances which have taken him around the world. So far this season he has presented recitals at the Musikgebouw in Amsterdam, the Rubenstein Gala in Beijing, and Carnegie Hall in New York, among others. Giltburg gives his final recitals of 2016 at BOZAR in Brussels and Oude Blasius in Delden on 14 and 18 December.

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Boris Giltburg debuts with the Nashville Symphony & Giancarlo Guerrero

03 November 2016

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Boris Giltburg makes his Nashville Symphony Orchestra debut in three performances on 17, 18 and 19 November 2016 at Schermerhorn Symphony Center. He performs Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No.4 and Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini under Music Director Giancarlo Guerrero.


Giltburg is widely acknowledged as being a leading interpreter of Rachmaninov, and recently released a disc on Naxos of the Études-tableaux Op. 39 and Moments musicaux. He has previously performed the composer’s piano concertos with orchestras including the Royal Scottish National Orchestra and Deutsche Radio Philharmonie. He was widely praised for his 2015 performances of Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini with the Prague Symphony and Brussels Philharmonic Orchestras:


“With flying hands and Russian discipline, he gave the worldly Russian composer everything he needed: Percussive fury, expressive lyricism, delicate golden cascades and elegant glamour.”
Der Western


"Giltburg's genius is to bestow a unique character on every work he performs, freely and with thundering audacity, helped by his colourful, percussive and honest style, and by his total mastery of the keyboard, of the score, of everything...he managed to dramatise not just the musical discourse but also the sonic material itself, in a stupefying collaboration with the conductor."
La Libre Belgique


Following the concerts in Nashville, Giltburg travels to Poland to perform Prokofiev Piano Concerto No.3 with the Warsaw Philharmonic under Jerzy Maksymiuk on 25 and 26 November as part of the conductor’s 80th birthday celebrations.

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Boris Giltburg makes his debut at Carnegie Hall, New York

13 October 2016

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Boris Giltburg travels to New York this month to make his recital debut at Zankel Hall on 27 October 2016. Giltburg performs a programme featuring works by Prokofiev, Scriabin and Shostakovich (arr. Boris Giltburg) and begins the recital with Rachmaninov Études-Tableaux, a piece which Giltburg recently released on Naxos to widespread critical praise:


"Giltburg, a natural Rachmaninov interpreter, plays with technical fluidity and honed musicality."
Guardian, June 2016


"this vision will place him among the truly memorable Rachmaninov interpreters, an elect including Moiseiwitsch, Horowitz, Kappel, Richter and Cliburn. His originality stems from a convergence of heart and mind, served by immaculate technique and motivated by a deep and abiding love for one of the 20th century’s greatest composer-pianists."
Gramophone, May 2016


Giltburg finishes the month in Germany for two performances of Rachmaninov Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini with the Weimar Staatskapelle and Kirill Karabits on 30 and 31 October in the Deutsches Nationaltheater.

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Boris Giltburg performs in recital in Amsterdam & Beijing

09 September 2016

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Boris Giltburg performs at the Muziekgebouw aan’t IJ, Amsterdam on 23 September 2016 with a recital programme of Scriabin, Liszt and Rachmaninov Études.


This programme has been praised by critics in recent performances:


"Boris Giltburg triumphs, thanks to his impressive technique and also his sensitivity – he blends drama and pathos with breath-taking dynamism, without sacrificing tenderness and elegance."
Res Musica


Giltburg then travels to Beijing, where he performs a piano recital in the Forbidden City Concert Hall on 29 September. This concert is part of the Arthur Rubinstein International Music Society Competition Gala Recitals, where Giltburg was a prize winner in 2011.


His programme for the recital includes Bach Violin Partita No. 2 “Chaconne” arranged by Busoni, Chopin Ballade No. 4, Giltburg's own arrangement of Shostakovich String Quartet No. 8 and the complete Études-Tableaux, Op.39 by Rachmaninov.

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Boris Giltburg: Performances at European chamber music festivals

14 July 2016

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Boris Giltburg appears at chamber music festivals across Europe this summer, beginning with five performances at the Delft Chamber Music Festival between 28 and 31 July 2016.


Giltburg performs Rachmaninov Suite No.2 for Two Pianos with Inon Barnatan at the festival’s opening concert on 28 July, which will be broadcast live from 8pm on Radio 4 Netherlands.


Giltburg’s performances on the 30 and 31 July include Brahms Ballades, Korngold Piano Quintet in E major, Prokofiev Piano Sonata No.7 “Stalingrad” and Brahms Cello Sonata No.1 in E minor.


Giltburg then travels to Germany to give three performances at the Moritzburg Festival. On 16 August, he performs Dvorák Piano Quintet No.2 in A major followed by Brahms Piano Quintet No.2 in A major, with musicians including fellow Intermusica artist Benjamin Beilman.


Giltburg brings the summer season to a close with three performances between 2 and 4 September in Graz at the Arsonore Internationales Musikfest Schloss Eggenberg .


Giltburg performs Stravinky’s Divermimento with violinist Benjamin Schmid and Brahms Souvenir de la Russie for four-hands alongside pianist Markus Schirmer at the festival's opening concert on 2 September, and  then plays Rachmaninov Études-Tableaux on 3 August and his own arrangement of Shostakovich String Quartet No. 8 in C minor on 4 August.


The festival’s focus on Russian music allows Giltburg to perform repertoire that has repeatedly earned him widespread praise:


“The highlight came with Giltburg’s own transcription of Shostakovich’s Eighth String Quartet, unlocking ghostly chorales in its Largo and exhilarating klezmer in its Allegro molto."
New Zealand Herald


"this vision [of Études-Tableaux] will place him among the truly memorable Rachmaninov interpreters….His originality stems from a convergence of heart and mind, served by immaculate technique and motivated by a deep and abiding love for one of the 20th century’s greatest composer-pianists."
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Boris Giltburg performs with the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra and Hannu Lintu

08 June 2016

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Boris Giltburg travels to the Eastern Hemisphere this month for a series of concerts across four different countries, starting with a return to the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra on 22 June 2016. Giltburg performs Grieg Piano Concerto under Hannu Lintu – a piece he played with Rotterdam Philharmonic and Saraste in April to great acclaim:


"After his sensational debut two years ago, Giltburg returned to Rotterdam for another unforgettable performance" 
Bachtrack


Giltburg then embarks on a series of recitals, with a performance at Singapore Piano Festival on 25 June, Fazioli Indonesia on 26 June, finishing his tour in New Zealand with a solo performance at the Wallace International Piano Festival, Auckland, on 27 June.


The programme includes Giltburg’s own arrangement of Shostakovich String Quartet No. 8 for piano, which has been specially endorsed by the composer’s estate, alongside Scriabin Sonata No. 4, Prokofiev Sonata No. 8, and Rachmaninov Etudes Tableaux Op.33.

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Boris Giltburg performs in recital in Paris at Salle Gaveau

28 May 2016

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Boris Giltburg returns to France on 4 June 2016 for a recital at Paris’ Salle Gaveau, where he plays a selection of Bach, Chopin, Rachmaninov, Prokofiev and his own arrangement of Shostakovich’s String Quartet No. 8. The recital sees Giltburg performing on a brand new Paulello piano, which offers both a very different sound and a unique challenge to the traditional instrument, as Giltburg explains here:


"The piano which I had a chance of trying and which I've chosen in the end is a completely new instrument, made by a French piano builder, Stephen Paulello. It's as far from the traditional Steinway model as it gets – parallel strings (!), 102 keys, a completely different sound aesthetic. It's powerful, has an enormous soundstage, and loads of personality. And yet the sound is different, requiring changes in approach, making you rethink music which you thought you knew very well. It's hugely exciting: like exploring a new world."


You can hear Giltburg in conversation with France Musique tomorrow afternoon from 1.30 pm.


Giltburg returns to France later in the month for a performance at the Lille Piano Festival.

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"This vision will place him among the truly memorable Rachmaninov interpreters" - critical acclaim for Boris Giltburg's latest recording

26 May 2016

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Boris Giltburg’s third release on Naxos, featuring recordings of Rachmaninov Études-tableaux and Moments musicaux, has been receiving widespread critical acclaim, with Gramophone naming it Recording of the Month:


"[Giltburg] has the combination of youthful technical brilliance and mature emotion that these prodigious pieces need… [Op.39] glittering in their impressive torrents of notes, but also darkly soulful and personal, without ever feeling exaggerated…a rewarding disc."
Financial Times, May 2016


"Giltburg’s Etudes-Tableaux are very visual..magnificently rich tone paintings. In the Moments Musicaux, with his wonderfully mature sensibility, the pianist gets to a more poetic expression, so that Rachmaninov comes with his very typical Russian melancholy. In both cycles yet, Giltburg allows the structure of the works to emerge with great clarity, without compromising the expressivity."
Pizzicato, May 2016


"this vision will place him among the truly memorable Rachmaninov interpreters, an elect including Moiseiwitsch, Horowitz, Kappel, Richter and Cliburn. His originality stems from a convergence of heart and mind, served by immaculate technique and motivated by a deep and abiding love for one of the 20th century’s greatest composer-pianists."
Gramophone, May 2016


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Boris Giltburg joins the Takács Quartet in recital at BOZAR

27 April 2016

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Boris Giltburg returns to Brussels this month for his debut performance with the Takács Quartet on 11 May 2016. Giltburg and the quartet perform Dvořák Piano Quintet No. 2 at the BOZAR and repeat the piece in a second concert on 12 May at the Sociedad Filarmónica de Bilbao.


These chamber music concerts follow soon after Giltburg’s succesful collaboration with the Pavel Haas Quartet and Dvořák Piano Quintet in April, with four performances around the Netherlands.

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Boris Giltburg returns to Deutsche Radio Philharmonie with Giancarlo Guerrero

25 March 2016

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Giltburg joins the Deutsche Radio Philharmonie on 8 and 10 April 2016 for two concerts in Karlsruhe and Saarbrucken, where he performs Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No. 3 under the baton of fellow Intermusica artist, Giancarlo Guerrero.


Giltburg is well-known for his insightful interpretations of Rachmaninov, and garnered high praise for his previous collaboration with the DRP:


“Russian Boris Giltburg, without being at all ostentatious or self-aggrandising, brought his reading of the composer's intentions to bear, in that he played concerto (Rachmaninov Piano Concerto no.2) as a partner rather than an opponent of the orchestra... His playing was faultless.”
Pfaelzischer Merkur


Giltburg’s other performances this month include the last instalment of his Beethoven Concerti cycle with Malmo Symphony Orchestra, and two concerts with Krakow Philharmonic with Beethoven Piano Concerti 4 & 5.

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Boris Giltburg begins Rotterdam De Doelen mini-residency

19 March 2016

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Boris Giltburg embark upon a series of performances at De Doelen this month, beginning with two concerts with the Rotterdam Philharmonic on 2 and 3 April 2016. Giltburg performs Grieg Piano Concerto under the baton of Jukka-Pekka Saraste, who steps in for Yannick Nezet-Seguin.


Giltburg’s previous collaboration with Rotterdam Philharmonic was in November 2014 with Prokofiev Piano Concerto No. 3, a performance for which he received rave reviews:


” a smashing and spectacular performance of Prokofiev’s much loved 3rd piano concerto. The exuberant enthusiasm with which this riveting event was greeted resulted in an intimate Liszt encore.”
NRC Handelsblad


Giltburg continues his mini-residency at De Doelen on 12 April, when he is joined by the Pavel Haas Quartet for a performance of Dvořák’s Piano Quintet No. 2. 


Giltburg finishes his series with a solo recital on 24 May, when he gives the world premiere of his own piano arrangement of Shostakovich String Quartet No. 8 (specially approved by the Shostakovich Estate), with the rest of the programme featuring Rachmaninov Études-Tableaux, Op.33, Scriabin Piano Sonata No.4 and Prokofiev Piano Sonata No.8.

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Boris Giltburg returns to Seattle Symphony with Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 23

25 February 2016

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Boris Giltburg joins Seattle Symphony under Principal Guest Conductor Thomas Dausgaard this month for three concerts in Benoraya Hall on 10, 12 and 13 March 2016. Giltburg plays Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 23, a piece which heralded his first introduction to Mozart:


“Mozart’s A Major concerto was my first encounter with Mozart’s music as a child. I would listen to recordings of Rubinstein and Horowitz, and at that time there was no judging, no analyzing, just pure joy at the utter beauty of that music. The gentle, almost caressing touch of Rubinstein, carefree and wise at the same time, mixed itself in my memory with the calm flow of the first movement’s melodies, whereas Horowitz’s artless second movement (incorrectly fast by our standards today) was the first time I felt how deep music can go into one’s soul.


Playing this concerto now is of course a very different experience from absorbing it in my childhood. But still, to this day, as the orchestra plays the opening, I still feel the same excitement at the fact that such beauty, such music exists – now multiplied by the prospect of playing those melodies myself very soon.”


Giltburg made his debut with Seattle Symphony in January, and his performance received high praise from critics:


“Giltburg made a powerful impression in the thundering octave and scalar passages, with great clarity of fingerwork, and a smoothly limpid sound in the more lyrical sections….The well-deserved ovation for Giltburg went on for so long…”
Seattle Times

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Carlos Miguel Prieto makes Royal Scottish National Orchestra debut with Boris Giltburg

11 February 2016

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Carlos Miguel Prieto makes his debut with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra this month, conducting three concerts with the orchestra and soloist Boris Giltburg at Caird Hall in Dundee (25 February), Usher Hall in Edinburgh (26 February) and Glasgow Royal Concert Hall (27 February). Prieto conducts a programme including Shchedrin Concerto for Orchestra No.1, Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No.3 with Boris Giltburg and Shostakovich Symphony No. 6.


In the days following these concerts, Prieto continues to work with the orchestra in the studio, recording Rachmaninov Piano Concertos No.2 and No.3 with Giltburg for Naxos.

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Boris Giltburg performs Rachmaninov with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra

28 January 2016

Boris Giltburg begins a run of concerts in Scotland with four concerts with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra from 11 February 2016. Giltburg performs Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No. 2 at Perth Concert Hall (11 February), Usher Hall, Edinburgh, (12 February) and Glasgow Royal Concert Hall (13 February), rounding off the week with a chamber music offering of Dvorák and Franck on 14 February, also at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall.


Giltburg, who is famed for his interpretation of Rachmaninov (“a pianist born for Rachmaninov’s emotional largesse”, Gramophone), then returns to Scotland at the end of the month for a further three concerts with the RSNO under conductor Carlos Miguel Prieto, with whom Giltburg collaborated last month with the Orquesta Sinfonia de Mexico. Giltburg plays Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No. 3 in Caird Hall (25 February), Usher Hall (26 February) and Glasgow Royal Concert Hall (27 February), before recording both concerti with the orchestra and Prieto for release on Naxos.

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Boris Giltburg performs Shostakovich Piano Concerto No.2 with Brussels Philharmonic Orchestra

14 January 2016

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Boris Giltburg joins Stéphane Denève and the Brussels Philharmonic Orchestra to perform Shostakovich Piano Concerto No.2 on 28 January 2016. The Concert takes place at BOZAR, site of Giltburg's victory in the 2013 Queen Elizabeth Comptition.


Giltburg, whose previous performances of Shostakovich Concerto No. 2 have been hailed as ‘an exemplary musical whole’ by critics, then travels to Mexico to perform Grieg Piano Concerto with the Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional de México under fellow Intermusica artist Carlos Miguel Prieto on 5 and 7th February.

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Boris Giltburg returns to the UK with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and Vassily Petrenko

07 January 2016

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Boris Giltburg returns to the UK in the New Year to perform three concerts with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra from 21 January 2016. Giltburg performs Shostakovich Piano Concertos Nos 1 and 2 under the baton of Vasily Petrenko in Liverpool’s Royal Philharmonic Hall on 21 and 22 January, with a third concert in Leeds Town Hall on 23 January. These concerts precede a recording of the piano concertos for Giltburg’s third CD release on Naxos.


Giltburg’s most recent Naxos release, a selection of Beethoven’s sonatas, has been much praised by critics;


“every chromatic run is immaculate..as witty as it’s technically impressive. Giltburg’s drive is infectious. You’ll need a quiet sit down when all is finished." Arts Desk, November 2015


"[Giltburg’s] Beethoven is precious: the form is rounded out, and he rather bravely brings an immaculate equilibrium to the structural blocks of sound, instead of taking the usual linear approach. The interplay of spiritual calm and emphatic engagement is gripping, and one could not wish for a more illuminating, lyrical or more richly phrased performance."
Süddeutsche Zeitung, November 2015

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Watch Boris Giltburg perform Prokofiev's Suggestion Diabolique

05 January 2016

Watch Boris Giltburg’s performance of Prokofiev Suggestion Diabolique, filmed at Jaques Samuel Pianos in collaboration with the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art:

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Boris Giltburg performs in recital at the Piano Salon Christophori, Berlin

09 November 2015

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Following a series of solo recitals across Germany earlier in the month, Boris Giltburg travels to Berlin to perform at the Piano Salon Christophori on 23 November 2015. Giltburg performs a programme of Gubaidulina, Schumann and Ravel, and finishes with Rachmaninov Piano Sonata No. 2 – a piece which Giltburg recorded for release on Orchid Classics in 2013, garnering universal praise;


“Giltburg is a pianist born for Rachmaninov’s emotional largesse, and here in particular his rubato is gloriously sympathetic to the composer’s towering rhetoric.” Gramophone


Giltburg finishes the month in Sweden for a performance of Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 4 with the Malmö Symphony Orchestra on 28 November; the fourth concert in his cycle of complete Beethoven Concerti under Marc Soustrot in the newly opened Malmö Konserthus.

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Boris Giltburg makes debut with Royal Philharmonic Orchestra at Cadogan Hall

27 October 2015

Boris Giltburg returns to the UK this Autumn to make his Royal Philharmonic Orchestra debut in a series of three concerts on 8, 10 and 11 November 2015. Giltburg, who has been lauded as one of 'the very greatest Prokofiev interpreters', performs Prokofiev Piano Concerto No. 3 and Gershwin Variations on I Got Rhythm at Royal and Derngate (Northampton), Fairfield Halls and Cadogan Hall, under the baton of Alexander Shelley.


Click here to watch Giltburg perform Gershwin at the Queen Elizabeth Hall.

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Carlos Miguel Prieto makes debut with Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra & soloist Boris Giltburg

30 September 2015

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Carlos Miguel Prieto makes his debut with the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra this month, giving two performances at the Lighthouse in Poole and at the Portsmouth Guildhall on 14 and 16 October 2015 with Boris Giltburg as soloist in Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No.2.


The programme for both concerts includes Prieto’s arrangement of Falla Three-Cornered Hat, Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No.2 in C minor with pianist Boris Giltburg and Stravinsky Petrushka.

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Boris Giltburg releases Beethoven Piano Sonatas on Naxos

11 September 2015

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Boris Giltburg releases his second CD on Naxos on 25 September 2015, a collection of Beethoven Sonatas: 'Pathétique', 'Waldstein' and Op.111.


Giltburg gives a fascinating insight into the three Beethoven Sonatas in the September 2015 issue of International Piano magazine, in which he explores the recording process and his evolving relationship with the composer; it is a topic he also writes about in his first guest blog for BBC Music Magazine


His Schumann recording, his debut on Naxos, was widely lauded by critics, with reviews including:


“His artistry in this CD shows a maturity and intelligence that is richly satisfying… his tempos are leisurely, which… allow the detail, voicing and inner breath of the music - all of which Giltburg explores superbly – to be heard and digested to the full. His tone is pure velvet, cushioned and almost vocal in quality with never a hint of harshness – and the phrasing is always eloquent.”
BBC Music Magazine


“The give and take of the music’s pulse is naturally felt, as is the spectrum of tonal and dynamic shading…the quality that comes across here is one of spontaneous invention, of Schumann’s fertile imagination taking wing and a Romantic impulse allowed to roam free….Giltburg has the capacity to identify with and encapsulate the moods of each piece while artlessly crafting them
into a shapely span.”
Daily Telegraph


“Boris Giltburg is known as one of the most versatile pianists. His latest album shows that his many talents have allowed him to master even Schumann. He shines even in comparison with Star Pianist Grigory Sokolov… The young Israeli pianist Boris Giltburg – still regarded as an insiders’ tip - has done everything right. His Schumann is measured and well thought-through. He makes the architecture audible to breaking-point, analysing it without taking it apart.”
Der Spiegel


Giltburg’s musical ‘first loves’ playlist is also featured in the October 2015 issue of Gramophone.

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Boris Giltburg opens the season with recital at Dortmund Konzerthaus

06 September 2015

Boris Giltburg travels from Denmark to Germany this September to open the Mozart-Gesellschaft Dortmund’s 2015/16 season on 20 September 2015, when he performs a recital programme of Mozart, Ravel, Liszt and Schumann at the Konzerthaus Dortmund. 


This recital precedes the release of Giltburg’s highly anticipated second CD release on Naxos on 25 September, a disc of Beethoven Sonatas (‘Pathétique’, ‘Waldstein’, and No. 32). Click here to read Giltburg’s analysis of the three seminal Beethoven sonatas. Giltburg's previous release on the label, a collection Schumann's piano music, received widespread critical acclaim earlier this year:


“You’ll rarely hear them played with such lucid attention to detail as here. Giltburg can do charming, jaunty and yearning at the touch of a button, all with a beautifully cushioned tone”
Sinfini Music, April 2015


“His artistry in this CD shows a maturity and intelligence that is richly satisfying… his tempos are leisurely, which… allow the detail, voicing and inner breath of the music - all of which Giltburg explores superbly – to be heard and digested to the full. His tone is pure velvet, cushioned and almost vocal in quality with never a hint of harshness – and the phrasing is always eloquent.”
BBC Music Magazine, February 2015 

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Boris Giltburg begins Beethoven concerto cycle at newly-opened Malmö Concert Hall

29 August 2015

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Boris Giltburg begins his Beethoven concerto cycle with the Malmö Symphony Orchestra on 12 September 2015 at the newly-opened Malmö Concert Hall. Giltburg performs all the Beethoven concerti in five concerts spread across the season, opening with Piano Concerto No. 1 under conductor Marc Soustrot.


Giltburg’s previous performances with Malmö Symphony Orchestra have been received warmly by the critics:


"The Israeli pianist gave a phenomenal performance of Rachmaninov’s second piano concerto. ... the fineness of detail in his playing was quite simply brilliant."
Kvälls Posten Expressen

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Boris Giltburg: Performances at Het Concertgebouw and Delft Chamber Music Festival

21 August 2015

Boris Giltburg travelled to the Netherlands on 5 August 2015 for a performance of Beethoven Piano Concerto No.2 with the Israel Camerata at the Het Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, a rendition that received critical acclaim:


"He came, saw and conquered at the Concertgebouw, as with the Queen Elisabeth Competition in 2013… Beethoven is one of the late classical giants to whom the musician has lost his heart; in the Second Piano Concerto, he became a detailed storyteller. The result was immaculate, completely Giltburg….”
Trouw, August 2015


Giltburg then performed alongside Carolin Widmann and Danjulo Ishizaka in three concerts at Delft Chamber Music Festival on 8 and 9 August, playing a selection of repertoire including Dvořák Piano Quintet No. 2 and Ravel Piano Trio in A minor.


He began the month with the Orchestra Philharmonique de Monte Carlo and Emmanuel Krivine at the Prince's Palace in Monaco, where he performed Grieg Piano Concerto. Giltburg finishes August in South America, where he performs recitals in Buenos Aires, La Paz and Parana.

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Boris Giltburg makes his debut at Dresdner Musiksommer

19 May 2015

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Boris Giltburg makes his debut at the prestigious Dresdner Musiksommer on 2 June 2015, where he performs Rachmaninov Études Tableaux, works by Granados and Schumann's Carneval. This follows concerts earlier in the spring at the Herkulessaal in Munich and at Essener Philharmonie's lecture recital series.


Giltburg has received many compliments in the German press recently, notably in Der Spiegel and Fonoforum, who favourably compared his recent recording of Schumann Carnaval with those of great pianists such as Ashkenazy and Arrau:


“This new Schumann recording goes even further, and shows an artist whose interpretations hold their own against masters such as Ashkenazy (Decca) and Arrau (Phillips). … He commands respect and even wonder.”

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Boris Giltburg embarks on eight-date China tour

07 May 2015

Giltburg returns to the Far East in May for an eight date recital tour across China that begins in Wuhan on 8 May and finishes in Changsha on 17 May. Giltburg performs Rachmaninov 9 Etudes-Tableaux Op.39, Granados La Maja y el Ruiseñor and Fandango de candil, alongside Schumann Carnaval Op.9 – the centrepiece of Giltburg’s first release on Naxos, which has received high praise worldwide:


“We already recognised in earlier publications that Boris Giltburg is an excellent pianist. This new Schumann recording goes even further, and shows an artist whose interpretations hold their own against masters such as Ashkenazy (Decca) and Arrau (Phillips)…He commands respect and even wonder.”
Fono Forum, April 2015 


Tour dates:


8 May – Wuhan Qintai Concert Hall, Wuhan
9 May – Guotai Arts Center, Chongqing
10 May – Chengdu Jiaozi Concert Hall, Chendgu
12 May – Suzhou Culture and Arts Centre, Suzhou
14 May – Guangdong Xinghai Concert Hall, Guangzhou
15 May – Shenzhen Concert Hall, Shenzhen
16 May – Nanjing Culture and Art Centre, Nanjing
17 May – Hunan Grand Theatre, Changsha


Earlier in the spring, Boris Giltburg performed Rachmaninov Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini with Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra and conductor Ralf Weikert on 9 and 10 April in Bratislava. Giltburg then travelled to the Czech Republic to perform under Christian Arming in an eight-date tour of Prage and Germany with Prague Symphony Orchestra. A celebrated interpreter of Prokofiev, Giltburg’s performances of the seminal Russian works Rachmaninov Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini and Prokofiev Piano Concerto No.3 were greeted with great critical acclaim:


“Er gab mit fliegenden Händen und russischer Zucht dem weltmännischen Russen alles, was er braucht: die perkussive Wucht wie die expressive Kantilene, den delikat perlenden Goldregen und eleganten Oberflächenglamour.”


“With flying hands and Russian discipline, he gave the worldly Russian composer everything he needed: Percussive fury, expressive lyricism, delicate golden casades and elegant glamour.”
Derwestern.de, April 2015 

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Lahav Shani makes his Seoul Philharmonic debut with soloist Boris Giltburg

28 February 2015

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Lahav Shani travels to South Korea this month where he makes his debut with the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra on 14 March. Boris Giltburg is the soloist for the concert, and will perform Brahms Piano Concerto No.1.


The concert takes place at Seoul Arts Center and Shani will conduct a programme that also includes Dvorák Symphony No.9 in E minor.

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Boris Giltburg makes his Tokyo recital debut at Toppan Hall

16 February 2015

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Boris Giltburg makes his Tokyo recital debut on 18 March at Toppan Hall, playing Gubaidulina Chaconne, several of Rachmaninov’s Moments Musicaux and Schumann Carnaval. The debut follows the release of his first recording on Naxos, which featured Carnaval.


Earlier in March, he takes the Schumann to the large hall of the Bozar in Brussels on 2 March, performed this time alongside the Liszt B minor Sonata, Bartók Mikrokosmos and Busoni’s arrangement of J.S. Bach Chaconne. This follows a month of recitals in February, which have received outstanding reviews – including this review of his Munich Herkulessaal recital:


“Giltburg emphasises the melodic aspects (of the Schumann), tenderly bringing out almost every nuance; he plays with a ruminative tone, absorbed in the overall sound, and by his many very slight hesitations lending it a melancholy air… and Giltburg is captivating in the way he conjures up poetic, floating sounds (very reminiscent of Schumann) in the Andante Espressivo (of the Brahms sonata).”
Sueddeutsche Zeitung, February 2015 


The first reviews of his Schumann album out last month have also been excellent:


“The give and take of the music’s pulse is naturally felt, as is the spectrum of tonal and dynamic shading…the quality that comes across here is one of spontaneous invention, of Schumann’s fertile imagination taking wing and a Romantic impulse allowed to roam free….Giltburg has the capacity to identify with and encapsulate the moods of each piece while artlessly crafting them into a shapely span.”
Daily Telegraph, February 2015 


He gives a lecture demonstration on Schumann Carnival (and Papillons) at the Aalto Theater in Essen on 1 March, appearing in this Piano Lecture series alongside Buchbinder, Fazil Say and Kristian Bezuidenhout this season.


Also this month he collaborates for the first time with young Israeli conductor, Lahav Shani. They will perform Brahms Piano Concerto No.1 with the Seoul Philharmonic on 14 March, two days after Giltburg plays it in Osaka with the Japan Century Orchestra and Max Pommer.


Giltburg then returns to Europe to play Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No.4 with Steven Sloane and the Bochumer Symphoniker on 26 March.

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Boris Giltburg releases his first album on Naxos

19 January 2015

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Boris Giltburg releases his first album on Naxos today.


The film below shows footage from the recording studio - a fascinating insight into the relationship between producer, Andrew Keener, and artist:


Watch Boris Giltburg perform Schumann in concert over the next two months:


9 February: Herkulessaal, Munich
10 February: Lingotto, Torino
2 March: Bozar, Brussels
18 March: Toppan Hall, Tokyo


He will take part in a Classic FM webchat on 4 February at 9am GMT, and will appear on BBC In Tune on 5 February. Click here to read his first blog for BBC Music Magazine, about Beethoven's Piano Sonatas - his next recording for Naxos.

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Boris Giltburg returns to Tel Aviv for seven concerts with Israel Philharmonic

19 November 2014

Boris Giltburg returns to the Israel Philharmonic this month for seven performances between 3 and 10 December in Tel Aviv and Haifa of Gershwin’s Concerto in F with regular collaborator Vasily Petrenko. While he is in Israel, he also performs Franck’s Piano Quintet with members of the IPO at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art on 6 December.


He then tours to the Amsterdam Concertgebouw (12 December), Eindhoven and Maastricht with a recital programme of Schubert, Schumann, Liszt and Bartók.

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Boris Giltburg makes his debut with NHK Symphony Orchestra in Tokyo

22 October 2014

Ahead of his solo recital at Japan's Toppan Hall in March 2015, Boris Giltburg travels to Tokyo on 5 November for his debut with the NHK Symphony Orchestra. He will be performing Grieg Piano Concerto in A minor, which he played with Orchestre National de Belgique last month under the baton of Hugo Wolff, which you can listen to here. His past performances of Grieg’s works have received glowing reviews:


“His gifts of litheness, tenderness and grandeur open up beautifully fresh perspectives in the Grieg.”
Daily Telegraph, October 2013


Giltburg’s next concert takes him to the United States, where he will give two performances of Rachmaninov Piano Concerto with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, conducted by the orchestra’s Music Director and Intermusica artist Marin Alsop. Giltburg has a strong affinity with the Russian composer, with past critics declaring:


“Giltburg is a pianist born for Rachmaninov’s emotional largesse...”
Gramaphone, October 2013


Giltburg’s final appearance of the month will be a performance of Prokofiev Piano Concerto No.3 with the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra and conductor Gustavo Gimeno at De Doelen on 28 November. Giltburg performed the concerto last month in Linz with the Czech Philharmonic to great success:


“Sensational…he brought out the different colours and used such a wide range of dynamics, that he had no trouble in being heard over the orchestra… he breathed new life into the score”
Nachrichten, October 2014

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Boris Giltburg makes debut with Czech Philharmonic

19 September 2014

Boris Giltburg makes his debut with the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra on 29 September as he steps in for a cancellation at Linz’s prestigious Brucknerhaus, playing Prokofiev’s Piano Concerto No.3 under Jiri Behlolavek.


Giltburg, who has been called one of 'the very greatest Prokofiev Interpreters' (Seen and Heard International) will perform the same work next month with Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, as conducted by Alexander Shelley.


Giltburg will travel to Linz from Brussels, where he has been performing Liszt’s Piano Concerto No.1 with the Orchestre National de Belgique, following on from two successful concerts in Braunschweig under the baton of Stefan Soltesz earlier in the month.

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Boris Giltburg wins First Prize at 2013 Queen Elisabeth Competition

03 June 2013

It was announced on 1 June that Israeli pianist Boris Giltburg, 28 won First Prize at the prestigious Queen Elisabeth Piano Competition in Brussels. Giltburg also won the Flemish Radio and TV Prize. He was awarded €25,000 and a busy schedule of international concerts.


Giltburg stunned the jury in his Finals appearance on 29 May with an outstanding performance of Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto No.3, accompanied by Marin Alsop and the Orchestre National de Belgique at the Bozar in Brussels. He also gave a hugely impressive performance of the compulsory new work by Michel Petrossian, and earlier in the same concert revealed the depth of his musicianship in Beethoven’s Sonata Op.90, having played a Mozart concerto and the Liszt B minor sonata in the semi-finals.


Watch the prize-winning performance here


Watch a short televised interview following Giltburg's Final performance.


"An exceptional concert… From the very first note he managed to cast a spell over the audience at the Bozar. His Beethoven Sonata No.27 was focused and full of feeling. None of the finalists until then had managed to bring out the emphases with such a subtle feeling for the dynamic shading, rhythmic development and the dramatic tensions of the rubato passages. An outstanding interpretation."


Bayerische Rundfunk
"His mastery of technique was fabulous, but this was soon forgotten in the mastery of his even more fabulous interpretation. After a cadenza which already gave us delicious shivers of pleasure, we fell into ecstasies when the opening theme returned, ideally restrained and shushed. The audience was overwhelmed and we all had tears in our eyes."


La Libre Belgique


Upcoming highlights in June:



  • 17 June: Bozar, Brussels – closing concert of the competition, to be broadcast on TV and radio | De Filharmonie/Edo de Waart | Prokofiev Piano Concerto No.2

  • 21 June: De Singel, Antwerp [repeat]

  • 27 June: Philharmonie, Luxembourg | Orchestre Philharmonique de Luxembourg, cond. Emmanuel Krivine

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