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Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

The Hexagon in Reading

Saturday 6th October

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Andrew Zolinsky is a British pianist. After winning first prize in the San Francisco International Piano Concerto Competition, Andrew Zolinsky has established a reputation as one of the most imaginative and exciting pianists of his generation.

Recent performances have included a concert with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, London Concert Orchestra, Sinfonia 21 and the New London Orchestra. He has worked with many distinguished conductors including Diego Masson, Martyn Brabbins, Nicholas Cleobury, Ronald Corp and Simon Joly. Zolinsky has performed at most of the major venues in this country and has given many broadcasts on BBC Radio 3, and has also given solo recitals on Classic FM, German Radio, Czech Radio and two recitals of contemporary Irish music for BBC Radio Ulster.

In the field of contemporary music Andrew is much in demand and has worked with Composers' Ensemble, Capricorn, Eos and since 1997 has been a member of the ground-breaking British group Icebreaker. He has worked with the leading composers of today including Simon Holt, Louis Andriessen, Poul Ruders, Michael Finnissy, Martin Butler, John Godfrey and has a particularly strong association with the music of David Lang, who wrote his piano concerto Fur for Zolinsky in 2005. Also in 2005 he gave the London premiere, with the BBC Symphony Orchestra of Unsuk Chin’s piano concerto and the first performance of a new set of pieces especially written for Zolinsky by Michael Zev Gordon.

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