Daniil Trifonov, piano 

Symphony Hall

One of the greatest pianists of our time returns to Boston for his long-awaited solo recital debut at Symphony Hall and his first solo recital on any of our stages since 2015. 

Combining consummate technique with rare sensitivity and depth, Daniil Trifonov’s performances are a perpetual source of awe, and he’s one of the world’s most in-demand recitalists, orchestra soloists, and chamber music partners. He’s been called “without question the most astounding pianist of our age” by London’s Times, and he lends his staggering interpretive talent and dazzling technique to selections by Rameau, Mozart, and Mendelssohn, as well as Beethoven’s Hammerklavier sonata. 

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“It’s nice when a concert feels like an event: the crowded hall, the sense of anticipation. It’s also nice when it lives up to its promise. Audience members came for Daniil Trifonov, the hipster poet of the piano, who caressed the keys until they yielded music that was like a sinuous being of its own. ”

The Washington Post

“With his stupendous technique and fingers like coiled springs, he tore through the propulsive runs and fiendish hand-crossings with razor-sharp clarity, dexterity and strength. Yet there was not a trace of pounding, no blatant pedal-pushing, no cheap histrionics ”

Chicago Tribune

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This performance is generously supported by
The Rabb Family Foundations.

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