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DANIIL TRIFONOV’S 2018-19 HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE SEASON-OPENING CONCERTS WITH NY PHIL; ARTISTIC RESIDENCIES WITH BERLIN PHIL, LSO AND VIENNA MUSIKVEREIN; AND NEW RACHMANINOV ALBUM ON DG

Daniil Trifonovs 2018-19 Highlights Include Season-Opening Concerts with NY Phil; Artistic Residencies with Berlin Phil, LSO and Vienna Musikverein; and New Rachmaninov Album on DG

Grammy Award-winnerDaniil Trifonov[1]headlines theNew York Philharmonics season-launching concerts, playing Ravels jazz-inflected Concerto in G for theopening-night galaunder incoming Music DirectorJaap van Zwedenbefore rejoining the orchestra the following night for Beethovens mighty Emperor Concerto. This kicks off a characteristically full season for the versatile young Russian. October 12 brings the release ofDestination Rachmaninov: Departure, a new album recorded like 2015sRachmaninov: Variations with thePhiladelphia OrchestraandYannick Nzet-SguinforDeutsche Grammophon. On the heels of 2017-18s Perspectives series at Carnegie Hall, Trifonov undertakes three more multi-faceted season-long residencies. With theBerlin Philharmonic, he showcases his artistry as an orchestral soloist, recitalist, chamber musician, and composer; with theLondon Symphony Orchestra, he is the subject of an Artist Portrait series; and at ViennasMusikverein, he not only appears with theVienna Philharmonic, but gives theAustrian premiereof his own Piano Concerto.The coming season also sees the pianist return to a host of U.S. orchestras including theNational Symphony,Chicago Symphony,Boston Symphony,Cincinnati Symphony, andCleveland Orchestra, with which he embarks on atour of Asia. In recital, he debuts ...

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