Pianist Daniel Schlosberg performs Edvard Grieg: "Lyric Piece, Op. 43 No. 5"; W.A. Mozart: "Andante, K. 616"; Stanley Walden: "Deadications"; and Johannes Brahms: "Sonata No. 3 in F Minor."
Daniel Schlosberg has been described as an "expert pianist" (Boston Globe), and his performances have been praised for their "intellect and passion" (Washington Post). He enjoys a multifaceted relationship with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. In addition to appearing in numerous chamber music and new music concerts, he was a featured soloist in subscription performances of Messiaen’s “Trois Petites Liturgies,” for which John von Rhein in the Chicago Tribune wrote: “Daniel Schlosberg played the daunting piano part splendidly”; and Lawrence A. Johnson of the Chicago Classical Review wrote of “a prominent, challenging piano part, played here with great fire and conviction by Daniel Schlosberg in a notable CSO debut.” In the new music realm, he collaborates frequently with Eighth Blackbird and Third Coast Percussion, and was a founding member of Yarn/Wire. He has recorded for the Albany, Bridge, Centaur, New World, Nimbus, and Permelia labels. His latest solo album is "Gaul Me Maybe: French Baroque Keyboard Music." He is also passionately devoted to art song, and directs the Baltimore Lieder Weekend, held each October. Recent projects include Mahler/Zemlinsky Symphony No 6 at the National Gallery of Art, Ravinia and Jacaranda, and Steve Reich’s Music for 18 Musicians at the University of Michigan and Interlochen.
Sundays Live is made possible by the Colburn Foundation in memory of Ed Edelman and the Sidney Stern Memorial Trust.