This solo performance by pianist Reed Tetzloff took place on Saturday, March 14, 2020 at 7:30 pm.


Composer Work Year
Ludwig van Beethoven Six Variations on an original theme, Op. 34 1803
Franz Liszt Isoldes Liebestod (Schlußszene aus Tristan und Isolde), S. 447 1867
Leoš Janáček In the Mists, JW VIII:22 1912
Jean-Philippe Rameau Suite in G major for harpsichord, RCT 6 1727
Johannes Brahms Fantasies, Op. 116 1892

About the Artist

Reed Tetzloff

Reed Tetzloff

Reed Tetzloff, “an artist of broad musical tastes and individuality,” (South Florida Classical Review) came to international attention at the XV Tchaikovsky Competition, as “the lyric hero of the competition (Сноб Magazine).”

He has performed with the Cincinnati Symphony, Minnesota Orchestra, Moscow Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra, Rochester Philharmonic, and the Tbilisi Symphony, among others. He gives annual recital tours in Belgium, and his upcoming season includes a German tour.

His debut album, Sounds of Transcendence, was noted for “kaleidoscopic colors” and “fervent rapture (Gramophone Magazine).” His 2021 Schumann disc, on the Master Performers label, was hailed for its “originality and uncommon perceptiveness (Voix des Arts).”

Born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Reed Tetzloff began his studies with Dr. Paul Wirth. He went on to earn his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees at Mannes College in New York, studying with Pavlina Dokovska.

Mr. Tetzloff is also an accomplished writer. He is currently at work on a collection of essays.