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Robert Schumann
Piano Works,

Daniel Gortler, piano

Acclaimed Israeli pianist Daniel Gortler has delighted both audiences and critics alike with his memorable performances around the world, receiving great praise for both his technical mastery and his musical ingenuity. Daniel Gortler has performed as soloist with orchestras around the world, including the Berlin Radio Symphony, the Bavarian Radio Symphony, NDR Symphony, North-West German Philharmonic, Bochum Symphony, Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, as well as the Houston, San Francisco, New World, Atlanta and San Jose Symphony Orchestras. In addition, he has also performed with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra as well as all orchestras in his home country of Israel. Recent highlights include his debut with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, a debut-recital at Wigmore Hall in London and tours in South Korea, Japan and Turkey.
Robert Schumann: Piano Works
Arabeske Op. 18
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Mr. Gortler replaced Murray Perahia at very short notice, performing the Schumann Piano Concerto with the San Francisco Symphony under conductor Valery Gergiev. Other esteemed conductors with whom Daniel Gortler has collaborated include Zubin Mehta, Christoph Eschenbach, Michael Tilson Thomas, Yoel Levi, Franz Welzer-Moest, Manfred Honeck, Steven Sloane, Mendi Rodan, Yoav Talmi, Noam Sheriff, Yuri Ahronovich, Leonid Grin, Justus Frantz, Dan Ettinger and Ilan Volkov, among others. He has appeared at the Houston Summer Festival, Israel Festival and the Montpellier, Luzern, Schleswig-Holstein and the Verbier Music Festivals. He has also participated in a video recording of Mark Neikrug’s “Through Roses,” collaborating with Pinchas Zukerman.

Mr. Gortler made his New York recital debut at the 92nd Y and performed at the Mogador Theater in Paris, performing the complete cycle of Mendelssohn’s Songs without Words, which he recorded for JMC (released on Roméo Records (7273-4) in the U.S. and Europe). He has also performed recitals at the Lincoln Center and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. He recorded an album for BMG Classics with violinist Nikolaj Znaider and more recently for Roméo Records (7265) a CD of Schubert Lieder with soprano Sharon Rostorf-Zamir.