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Performer: Jonathan Biss

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New York CityJonathan Biss

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Beethoven
Jonathan Biss, Piano

New York CityLeon Fleisher and Friends - A 90th Birthday Celebration

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Schubert, Ravel, Dvořák, Bach
Jonathan Biss; Yefim Bronfman; Katherine Jacobson; Leon Fleisher

LondonSchubert: Symphony no. 9

© Jean Baptiste Millot
Mozart, Schubert
Philharmonia Orchestra; Douglas Boyd; Jonathan Biss

AtlantaJonathan Biss Plays Beethoven

Beethoven
Jonathan Biss, Piano

SeattleBeethoven Piano Concerto No. 3

Shostakovich, Shaw, Beethoven
Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Ludovic Morlot; Jonathan Biss
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Bold Bruckner and a new Sciarrino concerto

Jonathan Biss, Fabio Luisi and The Cleveland Orchestra © Roger Mastroianni
Fabio Luisi led The Cleveland Orchestra in Bruckner’s mighty Fourth Symphony, prefaced by a recently composed piano concerto by Sciarrino with Jonathan Biss.
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Late Style: Brahms and more

Jonathan Biss © Benjamin Ealovega
American pianist Jonathan Biss explored the notion of late style in a programme of works by Schumann, Kurtág, Chopin and Brahms which revealed a common intensity of expression regardless of the composer's age.
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Bruckner and Beethoven at Stockholm's Berwaldhallen

Manfred Honeck © Sveriges Radio
Bruckner's Symphony no. 7 is well played, but the overall picture lacks definition; Jonathan Biss gives an engaging performance of Beethoven's Emperor Concerto.
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Jonathan Biss illuminates Beethoven at Ravinia

Jonathan Biss © Benjamin Ealovega
Jonathan Biss is embarking on a traversal of the complete Beethoven piano sonatas, and his playing is characterized by an ideal balance of intellectual rigor and emotional expression.  
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Finely chiselled and tightly wrought Vaughan Williams

John Wilson © Sim Canetty-Clarke
The Sydney Symphony in a finely chiselled account of Vaughan Williams' “A London Symphony”, but groped for balance in Ravel and Bax.
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