Lauded for his sophisticated combination of lyrical prowess, riveting intensity, and artful poise, theinternationally renowned concert pianist Victor Goldberg is widely considered one of the most accomplished artists of his generation. Offering a highly personal and individual approach to all the music he interprets.

Victor Goldberg has been hailed by The Washington Post as a performer with “technique to burn.” Victor Goldberg has performed in prestigious venues such as Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center in New York, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, the Wiener Konzerthaus in Vienna, the Dvorak Hall of the Rudolfinum in Prague, the Sofia Philharmonic in Bulgaria and the Oriental Arts Center in Shanghai.As a full-scholarship recipient of The Juilliard School in New York, Victor Goldberg has been recognized with numerous awards, including the Pro Musicis International Award, the Artist Recognition Award at the International Keyboard Festival (New York) and an Honorary Diploma from the Vladimir Horowitz International Piano Competition. The Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs has named him an Israel Cultural Ambassador.

Victor Goldberg is a co-founder and the artistic director of Key Vive Arts Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to enriching the human spirit through music. In addition to his Juilliard education, Victor Goldberg is also a full-scholarship recipient of the Peabody Conservatory, Tel Aviv University, and the Manhattan School of Music, where he was the first pianist ever to be awarded the prestigious Artist Diploma in Performance. In addition to his busy international performance career, Victor Goldberg has lectured and given master classes in prominent music institutions such as the Vienna Conservatory, Prague Conservatory, Franz Liszt Conservatory, Carl Nielsen Conservatory, Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theater, and Yonsei University.

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Concerts – Victor Goldberg, Japan Tour 2014

 

May 29. Tokyo

1 Selection from Scarlatti sonatas
Beethoven Sonata Op. 110 ( Horowitz conservatory graduation piece)
Scriabin 5th sonata
—Intermission—
Selection from Schumann Fantaziestucke Op. 12
Chopin Scherzo nr. 2

May 30. Osaka

Tchaikovsky Selections from Seasons
Shostakovitch Prelude and Fugue nr. 24
Scriabin Sonata No.5
—Intermission—
Pictures at an Exhibition from Mussorgsky

June 1. Nagoya (90 min. including intermission)

Selection from Scarlatti sonatas
Beethoven Sonata Op. 110 ( Horowitz conservatory graduation piece)
—Intermission—
Selection from Schumann Fantaziestucke Op. 12
Chopin Scherzo nr. 2

June 4. Tokyo-2 (same as May 30 at Osaka)

Tchaikovsky Selections from Seasons
Shostakovitch Prelude and Fugue nr. 24
Scriabin Sonata No.5
—Intermission—
Pictures at an Exhibition from Mussorgsky

 


 

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