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Stephen Hough’s Highlights

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  • 1968:
    • First major national piano competition at age 8: “Special Mention” by Gerald Moore in the National Junior Piano Playing Competition at the South Bank.
  • 1978:
    • Winner of the BBC Young Musician of the Year — Keyboard Division.
  • 1981:
    • Recipient of Royal Philharmonic Society Julius Isserlis Scholarship.
  • 1982:
    • Winner of Terence Judd Award.
  • 1983:
    • Winner of Naumburg International Piano Competition.
    • London orchestral debut at Royal Festival Hall; John Ireland Piano Concerto; The Hallé Orchestra (James Loughran).
    • Barbican Centre debut.
  • 1984:
    • London Symphony Orchestra (Norman del Mar) debut at Barbican Centre; Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 5.
    • City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (Simon Rattle) debut; Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No. 2.
    • American orchestral debut; Liszt Piano Concerto No. 2; Detroit Symphony Orchestra (Stanisław Skrowaczewski).
    • Chicago Symphony Orchestra (Lawrence Foster) debut; Brahms Piano Concerto No. 2.
    • American professional recital debut — Library of Congress (Washington DC).
    • Alice Tully Hall recital debut.
    • Performance with London Symphony Orchestra at Barbican Centre.
  • 1985:
    • BBC Prom Début; Liszt Piano Concerto No. 1; The Hallé Orchestra (Stanisław Skrowaczewski).
    • Carnegie Hall debut; Prokofiev Piano Concerto No. 3; American Symphony Orchestra.
    • Asian debut; Brahms Piano Concerto No. 2; Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra.
    • Three performances with the London Symphony Orchestra (incl. Mozart Piano Concerto No. 21 conducted by American composer Lukas Foss).
    • Performance of the complete Beethoven Violin Sonatas with Robert Mann at the Ravinia Festival.
    • Performances with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the Aspen Festival Orchestra at Aspen Music Festival.
  • 1986:
    • Concert with Benny Goodman at New York Century Club.
    • Performances with the London Philharmonic, Royal Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony, Los Angeles Philharmonic orchestras, and at Ravinia and Hollywood Bowl Festivals.
  • 1987:
    • 2nd BBC Prom; Mozart Piano Concerto No. 14; London Mozart Players (Jane Glover).
    • German tour with London Symphony Orchestra and Claudio Abbado in Mozart Piano Concerto No. 16.
    • Performances with the Royal Philharmonic, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony, and London Symphony orchestras, and at Ravinia and Hollywood Bowl Festivals.
    • Recording Hummel: Piano Concertos won Gramophone Award (#1) in the Concerto category.
  • 1988:
    • 3rd BBC Prom; Mozart Piano Concerto No. 23 in A Major; English Chamber Orchestra (Jeffrey Tate).
    • Concert with the Julliard String Quartet at the Library of Congress in Washington DC.
    • Performances with the Philharmonia, Chicago Symphony, London Symphony, and Cleveland orchestras, and at Ravinia, Hollywood Bowl, and Blossom Festivals.
  • 1989:
    • 4th BBC Prom; Brahms Piano Concerto No. 2; BBC Symphony Orchestra (Andrew Davis).
    • German tour with English Chamber Orchestra and Yehudi Menuhin in Mozart Piano Concerto No. 14.
    • Philadelphia Orchestra debut; Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No. 3.
    • Performances with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Montreal Symphony, and at Hollywood Bowl and Ravinia Festivals.
  • 1990:
    • 5th BBC Prom; Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No. 3; BBC Symphony Orchestra (Andrew Davis).
    • Performances with London Symphony, Chicago Symphony, San Francisco Symphony, Los Angeles Philharmonic, BBC Symphony, and Cleveland orchestras.
  • 1991:
    • 6th BBC Prom; Mozart Piano Concerto No. 9; BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra (Jerzy Maksymiuk).
    • Recital at Chicago Symphony Hall.
    • Performances with Orchestre National de France, the London Symphony, and BBC Symphony orchestras.
  • 1992:
    • Australian debut with a 5-week recital tour.
    • Performance with Hollywood Bowl Orchestra in Hollywood Bowl.
  • 1993:
    • 7th BBC Prom; Bartók Piano Concerto No. 3; Philharmonia Orchestra (Claus Peter Flor).
    • Memorial concert at Buckingham Palace with English Chamber Orchestra.
    • Japan debut in solo recital and with NHK Symphony Orchestra.
    • Performances with the Los Angeles Philharmonic and Cleveland orchestras.
  • 1994:
    • 8th BBC Prom; Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No. 1; Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra (Andrew Litton).
    • Performance with the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra at Hollywood Bowl Festival.
  • 1995:
    • 9th BBC Prom; Rachmaninov Rhapsody on a Theme by Paganini, Op. 43; BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra (Jerzy Maksymiuk).
    • Performances with the Cleveland Orchestra and Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin.
    • Recitals at Queen Elizabeth Hall and Chicago Symphony Hall.
  • 1996:
    • 10th BBC Prom; Brahms Piano Concerto No. 2; BBC National Orchestra of Wales (Mark Wigglesworth).
    • Concert at Berlin Philharmonie with the Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet.
    • Performances with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Mostly Mozart, and Minnesota orchestras.
    • Recording Sauer & Scharwenka: Piano Concertos won Gramophone Awards (#2, #3) in the Concerto category and as Record of the Year.
  • 1997:
    • Salzburg Festival debut in Mendelssohn Festival with Steven Isserlis.
    • Performances of Scharwenka Piano Concerto No. 4 with Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra and Cleveland Orchestra.
    • Recital at Queen Elizabeth Hall.
  • 1998:
    • Philadelphia Orchestra concerts in Philadelphia and at Carnegie Hall.
    • Czech Philharmonic Orchestra debut.
    • Performances with Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, Berlin Radio, Cleveland, Boston Symphony Orchestras, and at Tanglewood, and Blossom Festivals.
    • Recording Mompou: Piano Music won a Gramophone Award (#4) in the Instrumental category.
  • 1999:
    • 11th BBC Prom; Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 5; BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra (Osmo Vänskä).
    • Performances with the Cleveland Orchestra and Orchestre National de France, and at Tanglewood, Mostly Mozart, and Ravinia Festivals.
    • Recital at Concertgebouw Great Hall (Amsterdam).
    • Recording New York Variations with works by Corigliano, Tsontakis, Weber, and Liebermann was nominated for a Grammy Award and was chosen by Time Magazine as the Best Classical CD of the Year (1998).
  • 2000:
    • Zürich Tonhalle Orchestra Residency (incl. performances of Weber Konzertstück, Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No. 1, and chamber music concert with members of orchestra).
    • Appointed International Chair in Piano at Royal Northern College of Music.
    • Israel Philharmonic Orchestra debut.
    • Performances with the Philadelphia and Royal Philharmonic orchestras, and at the Salzburg Festival.
  • 2001:
    • 12th BBC Prom; Rachmaninov Rhapsody on a Theme by Paganini; BBC Symphony Orchestra (Leonard Slatkin).
    • Became the first classical performer to be awarded the $500,000 MacArthur Fellowship “genius grant.”
    • Performances with the Cleveland, London Symphony, NHK Symphony orchestras.
    • First Royal Festival Hall recital.
    • Recording Liszt: Sonata, Ballades & Polonaises was nominated for a Grammy Award.
  • 2002:
    • 13th BBC Prom; Mozart Piano Concerto No. 23; BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra (Osmo Vänskä).
    • US tour with Philharmonia Orchestra and Vladimir Ashkenazy taking in Washington Kennedy Centre and New York Avery Fisher Hall.
    • Performances with the Philadelphia and NHK Symphony orchestras.
    • Recital at the Concertgebouw Great Hall (Amsterdam).
    • Recording Saint-Saëns: The complete works for piano and orchestra won Gramophone Awards (#5, #6) in the Concerto category and as Record of the Year and was nominated for a Grammy Award.
  • 2003:
    • 14th BBC Prom; Brahms Piano Concerto No. 1; Budapest Festival Orchestra (Iván Fischer).
    • Appointed Visiting Professor of Piano at Royal Academy of Music.
    • Debuts: New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Schleswig Holstein Festival, the Athens Concert Hall Megaron.
  • 2004:
    • Performances with the Philadelphia, Cleveland, and Dallas Symphony orchestras.
    • Recitals at the Royal Festival Hall and the Concertgebouw Great Hall (Amsterdam).
  • 2005:
    • 15th BBC Prom; Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No. 1; BBC Symphony Orchestra (Osmo Vänskä).
    • Mostly Mozart Festival opening Gala live telecast on PBS Great Performances.
    • Premiering and recording George Tsontakis Piano Concerto, “Man of Sorrows,” with Dallas Symphony Orchestra (Andrew Litton).
    • Hough’s Advent Calendar premiered by Westminster Cathedral Choir and Martin Baker at Westminster Cathedral.
    • Performance with the New York Philharmonic and Boston Symphony orchestras and at Edinburgh Festival.
    • Recording of complete Rachmaninov Piano Concertos won a Gramophone Award (#7) and a Classic BRIT Award.
    • Recording of Brahms Cello Sonatas with Steven Isserlis was voted BBC Radio 3 CD Review Listeners’ Disc of the Year.
  • 2006:
    • Mozart Birthday Gala Concert for Danish Public Television.
    • Solo recital debut at Salzburg Festival.
    • Performances with the Philadelphia, Cleveland, Philharmonia, London Symphony, San Francisco Symphony, and Montreal Symphony orchestras.
  • 2007:
    • Berlin Waldbühne debut with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra (Simon Rattle).
    • Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra Residency (incl. world premiere of Hough’s The Loneliest Wilderness: Elegy for Cello and Orchestra with Steven Isserlis).
    • Hough’s Mass of Innocence and Experience and Missa mirabilis receive world premieres by the Westminster Abbey and Westminster Cathedral Choirs.
    • Hough’s The Bible As Prayer published by Continuum Books.
    • Awarded Northwestern University’s $50,000 Jean Gimbel Lane Prize in Piano Performance, for “pianists who have achieved the highest levels of national and international recognition.”
    • Performances with the Finnish Radio Symphony, North German Radio Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony, Minnesota, and Philadelphia orchestras.
    • Record releases: George Tsontakis Piano Concerto “Man of Sorrows,” Berg Sonata, Webern Variations, and Schöenberg Op. 19; Mozart and Beethoven Wind Quintets with the Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet.
  • 2008:
    • 16th BBC Prom; Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No. 2; Royal Scottish National Orchestra (Stéphane Denève).
    • 6-city US tour with Russian National Orchestra (Vladimir Jurowski).
    • Far East Tour including Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, and Hong Kong.
    • Performances with Orchestre National de France, Los Angeles Philharmonic, BBC Symphony, Houston Symphony, Detroit Symphony, and National Symphony orchestras.
    • Recording Saint-Saëns: The complete works for piano and orchestra was voted in The Times the most popular classical recording of the past 30 years and named the winner of Gold Disc, Hough’s 8th career Gramophone Award.
    • Hough’s Early Rose wins First Prize at the Sixth International Poetry Competition.
    • Interviewed by Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor on a special guest-edited episode of BBC Radio 4 The Today Programme.
    • Invited by Telegraph Media Group to start cultural blog, http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/stephen_hough.
    • Record release: Stephen Hough: A Mozart Album.
  • 2009:
    • 17th BBC Prom; Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 3; BBC Symphony Orchestra (Jiří Bělohlávek).
    • 18th BBC Prom; Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 2; City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (Andris Nelsons).
    • 19th BBC Prom; Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 1; National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain (Vasily Petrenko).
    • 20th BBC Prom; Tchaikovsky Concert Fantasy; BBC Symphony Orchestra (David Robertson).
    • 21st BBC Prom — Last Night; Malcolm Arnold A Grand Grand Overture; BBC Symphony Orchestra (David Robertson).
    • Recitals at the Royal Festival Hall and Carnegie Hall Stern Auditorium, becoming the first British instrumentalist to give a solo recital on the main stage of Carnegie Hall in nearly 20 years.
    • Collaboration with artist Peter Doig for Westminster Cathedral charity concert.
    • Performances with the Chicago Symphony (Gustavo Dudamel), San Francisco Symphony (David Robertson), Boston Symphony (Alan Gilbert), and London Philharmonic (Christoph Eschenbach) Orchestras.
    • Recording of Brahms Piano Quintet with the Takács Quartet was nominated for a Grammy Award.
    • Hough’s Was mit den Tränen geschieht was commissioned and performed by members of the Berlin Philharmonic at the Berlin Philharmonie.
    • Commissioned by the National Gallery to compose music for major exhibition, The Sacred Made Real: Spanish Painting and Sculpture 1600-1700, to open in October.
    • Gramophone magazine guest editor (April).
    • Nominated by The Economist and Intelligent Life as one of 20 living polymaths, alongside Umberto Eco, Noam Chomsky, and Michael Ignatieff.
    • Record release: Stephen Hough in Recital.
  • 2010:
    • Awarded the Royal Philharmonic Society Instrumentalist Award for the Tchaikovsky concerto cycle at BBC Proms.
    • Performances of Tchaikovsky concerto cycle with Chicago Symphony Orchestra (Mark Elder, Zhang Xiang).
    • Recital at Carnegie Hall Stern Auditorium (replacing Murray Perahia).
    • Performances with the Czech Philharmonic, Pittsburgh Symphony, BBC Symphony, BBC Philharmonic, Orquesta Nacional de España, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Budapest Festival, Most Mozart, and Cleveland orchestras.
    • Song cycle Herbstlieder was premiered by Jacques Imbrailo at Oxford Lieder Festival.
    • Interviewed by Baroness Shirley Williams on a special guest-edited episode of BBC Radio 4 The Today Programme.
    • Record releases: Tchaikovsky: Piano Concertos with Minnesota Orchestra (Osmo Vänskä); Chopin: Late Masterpieces.
  • 2011:
    • Four Wigmore Hall concerts as Artist-in-Residence (2011/12) performing with Škampa, Juilliard, Heath, and Edellion Quartets.
    • 22nd BBC Prom; Saint-Saëns Piano Concerto No. 5; BBC Philharmonic Orchestra (Gianandrea Noseda).
    • European tour with Budapest Festival Orchestra (Iván Fischer) including a Royal Festival Hall concert, opening UK’s celebrations of Hungary’s EU Presidency in the presence of the Hungarian President, UK’s Culture Minister, and top diplomatic representatives from 26 EU nations.
    • Performances with Chicago Symphony, Russian National, Gothenburg Symphony, Netherlands Philharmonic, Philadelphia, and Minnesota orchestras (including Carnegie Hall concert with Minnesota).
    • World premiere of Hough’s Sonata for Piano, “Broken Branches,” co-commission by Wigmore Hall, the Louvre, and Australia’s Musica Viva.
    • Chinese debut with Shanghai recital and with the National Center for the Performing Arts Orchestra in Beijing.
    • Residency with Singapore Symphony performing Liszt Concertos No. 1 and 2, and Rachmaninoff Concerto No. 3.
    • Records releases: Chopin: The Complete Waltzes; Liszt & Grieg Piano Concertos; All-Hough composer portrait Broken Branches.
    • Diapason d’Or de l’Année 2011: Chopin: The Complete Waltzes.
    • Honorary doctorate from the University of Liverpool.
  • 2012:
    • “Artist Focus” (2012/13) of BBC Symphony Orchestra performing Hummel and both Brahms Concertos over three concerts and a solo recital at London’s Barbican Centre.
    • Spearhead St. Louis Symphony’s Rachmaninov Festival performing Concertos No. 1, 2, 3 with Frühbeck de Burgos and Hans Graf.
    • Recitals in Berlin, Milan, Paris, San Francisco, Chicago, Stockholm, Dublin, Belfast, Vancouver.
    • Performances with the London Philharmonic, Finnish Radio, Pittsburgh Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk (MDF), City of Birmingham, and National Symphony orchestras.
    • World premiere of Hough’s Piano Sonata No. 2, “Notturno luminoso.”
    • World premiere of Hough’s Missa mirabilis orchestration by Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra (Nicholas McGegan).
    • Dutch premiere of Hough’s Herbstlieder at the Concertgebouw by Jacques Imbrailo.
    • Records releases: Stephen Hough’s French Album — Classic FM Album of the Year, Mail on Sunday Instrumental Album of the Year.
    • First major exhibition of Stephen Hough’s paintings at London’s Broadbent Gallery.
    • Appointed a Governor of Royal Ballet Companies.
    • Appointed a Patron of Music in Prisons — The Irene Taylor Trust.
  • 2013:
    • Release of iPad app “The Liszt Sonata” by Touchpress on iTunes — winner of 2013 Royal Philharmonic Society Award in the “Creative Communication” category.
    • Performances with the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic, Hong Kong Philharmonic, Royal Philharmonic, Boston Symphony, Baltimore Symphony, San Francisco Symphony orchestras, Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, Mozarteum Orchestra Salzburg.
    • 23rd BBC Prom — Opening Night; Rachmaninov Rhapsody on a Theme by Paganini, Lutosławski Variations on a Theme by Paganini; BBC Symphony Orchestra (Sakari Oramo).
    • 24th BBC Prom; Mendelssohn Piano Concerto No. 1; Scottish Chamber Orchestra (Robin Ticciati).
    • Recitals at Carnegie Hall Stern Auditorium New York, Barbican Centre London, Bridgewater Hall Manchester.
    • Romanian debut at Enescu Festival.
    • World premiere of Hough’s Cello Sonata, “Les Adieux,” at Kronberg Academy Festival.
    • Record releases: Brahms: Piano Concertos with Salzburg Mozarteum Orchestra (Mark Wigglesworth).
    • Appointed a Patron of The Nightingale Project, bringing music and art to mental health services.
  • 2014:
    • Made Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE).
    • Performances with National Symphony, Pittsburgh Symphony, Detroit Symphony, Sao Paulo Symphony, Sydney Symphony, Melbourne Symphony, City of Birmingham Symphony, Spanish Radio and Television Symphony, Budapest Festival, BBC Philharmonic, Netherlands Philharmonic, Royal Philharmonic, Nagoya Philharmonic, Gulbenkian, Philadelphia, Cleveland, and Minnesota orchestras.
    • European tour with Switzerland’s Tonhalle Orchestra (David Zinman).
    • Commonwealth Games Gala concert in Edinburgh with Royal Scottish National Orchestra.
    • Recitals in Toronto, New York, Birmingham, Lyon, Bilbao, London, Bangkok, Sydney Brisbane, Melbourne, Singapore, Sao Paulo.
    • Record release: world premiere recording of Hough’s Missa mirabilis orchestration by Colorado Symphony Orchestra (Andrew Litton); In the Night recital album.
    • Appearance on PBS “A Prairie Home Companion” with Garrison Keillor.
    • Joins the Juilliard School faculty.
  • 2015:
    • Performances with Orchestra of St. Luke’s at Carnegie Hall, City of Birmingham Symphony, Danish Radio Symphony, Finnish Radio Symphony, Houston Symphony orchestras.
    • Complete Beethoven Piano Concerto cycles with Singapore Symphony and Tasmanian Symphony Orchestras.
    • World Premiere of Hough’s Piano Sonata No. 3, “Trinities,” commissioned by The Tablet — at Barbican Centre recital.
    • Recitals in London (Barbican and Royal Festival Halls), New York (Carnegie Hall), Milan, Madrid, Naples, Copenhagen, Boston, San Francisco, Tokyo, Glyndebourne (Brighton Festival).
    • Record releases: Grieg: Lyric Pieces — The Sunday Times Top 100 Records of the Year; Scriabin & Janáček: Sonatas & Poems; Mendelssohn, Grieg, Hough Cello Sonatas.
  • 2016:
    • Subject of BBC Radio 4 “Desert Island Discs” and “Profile.”
    • Named by Limelight Magazine “International Artist of the Year.”
    • Named by Classic FM one of “25 Best Piano Players of All Time.”
    • Nominated for 2016 South Bank Sky Arts Awards “Classical Music” category.
    • 25th BBC Proms; Rachmaninov Rhapsody on a Theme by Paganini; BBC Symphony Orchestra (Alexander Vedernikov). Recital debut at Edinburgh International Festival.
    • Performances with Los Angeles Philharmonic, London Philharmonic, San Francisco Symphony, Montreal Symphony, New Zealand Symphony, St. Louis Symphony, Halle, and Cleveland orchestras.
    • Recitals in New York, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Helsingborg, Miami, Santa Fe.
    • Mexican debut — recital in Mexico City.
    • Lecture on “Mercy and Music” at Cambridge University Von Hügel Institute.
    • Complete songs by Hough performed by The Prince Consort at Wigmore Hall.
    • Record release: Dvořák & Schumann: Piano Concertos with City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (Andris Nelsons).
  • 2017:
    • Named Honorary Bencher of the Middle Temple.
    • Speaker and Presenter Royal Philharmonic Society Awards.
    • Subject of Bank of England’s One Bank Flagship Seminar.
    • 26th BBC Proms; Brahms Piano Concerto No. 1; BBC Philharmonic Orchestra (Mark Wigglesworth).
    • Performances with New York Philharmonic, City of Birmingham Symphony, Hong Kong Philharmonic, Malaysian Philharmonic, Atlanta Symphony, Seattle Symphony, Strasbourg Philharmonic, Sao Paolo Symphony, Singapore Symphony, Seoul Philharmonic orchestras.
    • Tours BBC Philharmonic and Basel Chamber orchestras.
    • Indian debut — recital and concert with India Symphony Orchestra.
  • 2018:
    • Made Honorary Member of Royal Philharmonic Society.
    • Debut novel The Final Retreat published by Sylph Editions — first print sold out within two months.
    • World Premiere of Hough’s Hallowed by The Sixteen at the British Museum, commissioned by the Genesis Foundation.
    • Recitals in New York (5th solo recital on the main stage of Carnegie Hall), London (Royal Festival Hall), Manchester (Bridgewater Hall), San Francisco, Toronto, Naples.
    • Residency with Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra — 5 Beethoven Concertos, recital, chamber music concert.
    • Slovakian debut — recital and concerts with Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra.
    • Performances with Oslo Philharmonic, Cleveland, Detroit Symphony, Mostly Mozart Festival, Baltimore Symphony, RAI Turin, Slovak Philharmonic, National Art Centre orchestras.
    • US Tour with Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet.
    • Record release: Debussy: Piano Music; Stephen Hough’s Dream Album.
  • 2019:
    • Collection of essays Rough Ideas — Reflections on Music and More published in the UK by Faber & Faber on 1 August.
    • Appointed a Lady Margaret Hall visiting fellow at the University of Oxford for a three-year term (2019-2022).
    • 27th BBC Proms, Mendelssohn Piano Concerto No. 1, Performed on Queen Victoria’s Erard fortepiano, Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment (Ádám Fischer).
    • Wigmore Hall Residency; 5 concerts exploring Brahms chamber music with Renaud Capuçon, Steven Isserlis, Michael Collins, and the Castalian String Quartet.
    • Concerts and recording of Beethoven Concerto Cycle with Finnish Radio Philharmonic Orchestra (Hannu Lintu).
    • Performances with New York Philharmonic, Minnesota, Vienna Symphony, Netherlands Radio Philharmonic, London Philharmonic, and City of Birmingham Symphony orchestras.
    • Record release: Brahms: The Final Piano Pieces.
  • 2020:
    • Rough Ideas wins a Royal Philharmonic Society Award.
    • Rough Ideas is published in the US by Farrar Straus & Giroux.
    • Record release: Beethoven: The Piano Concertos (Hyperion).
  • 2021:
    • Record release: Vida breve.

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