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On May 17, one of the most prominent figures on the current music scene, the Austrian pianist Florian Krumpöck, will debut at Carnegie Hall in New York, one of the most prestigious and important concert halls in the history of music. In his hallways, you can hear the echoes of the applause of mythical afternoons and nights that were transmitted in writing and orally to past and future generations.

Krumpöck wanted to debut with a program that reminds us of the legendary Horowitz concerts or the afternoons of New York references such as Yefim Bronfman, Richard Goode, or Daniil Trifonov. Franz Liszt and Frédéric Chopin, with their monumental piano compositions, such as the Sonata in B minor S. 178 and the Sonata No. 2 in B flat minor Op.35, form the backbone on which a sound skyscraper rests that also will include the Tre Sonetti di Petrarca S270b and the Chopinian Prelude in C sharp minor Op. 45.

Florian Krumpöck

The internationally acclaimed concert pianist and conductor, Florian Krumpöck, is one of the most prominent figures on the European music scene, having performed concerts as a pianist and conductor in the most prestigious concert halls on the continent.

Krumpöck counts among his teachers Rudolf Buchbinder and Gerhard Oppitz, as well as one of the most recognized pianists in the world, Elisabeth Leonskaja, and Daniel Barenboim, who, after listening to him at the piano, said: "a simply wonderful pianist."

Florian Krumpöck has an extraordinary international career. After receiving excellent reviews for his debut at the Zurich Tonhalle with the Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Vladimir Fedoseyev, Krumpöck was subsequently invited to play in other important European musical centers such as Vienna, Salzburg, Munich, Zurich, and Moscow, as well as in Israel, the United States, China, and South Korea.

Throughout his career, he has performed several complete cycles of Beethoven's 32 Piano Sonatas. Following the advice of his mentor Daniel Barenboim, Krumpöck expanded his repertoire to include numerous symphonic works and operas, where he began to work increasingly in orchestral conducting. It was in 2011 that Krumpöck was appointed musical director of symphony and opera at the Rostock Volkstheater and principal conductor of the Norddeutsche Philharmonie. In 2012, Florian Krumpöck led the Liechtenstein Symphony Orchestra as artistic director and principal conductor. He debuted at the Royal Copenhagen Opera conducting the Royal Danish Orchestra, with two inaugural open-air concerts and a production of Der Rosenkavalier, produced by Marco Arturo Marelli.

Since the 2018/19 season, Florian Krumpöck has also collaborated closely with the Théâtre du Capitole de Toulouse, the Orchester National de Montpellier. In the 2021/22 season, Florian Krumpöck directed the new production of Jenůfa, with Angela Denoke and Cheryl Studer, among others.

In April and May 2024, Florian Krumpöck will go on a concert tour that will once again take him to prestigious concert halls in Europe and will debut in May at the prestigious Carnegie Hall in New York.

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March - 2024

Miotta & Molière presents “Encuentros” with pianist Florian Krumpöck

The brilliant pianist Florian Krumpöck includes Madrid on his tour to present his debut with the prestigious Sony Classical company. Madrid joins a list of cities including Zurich, Munich, Berlin, Paris, London and New York, where Krumpöck will debut next May at the prestigious Carnegie Hall.

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