Kristian Bezuidenhout Tickets
Kristian Bezuidenhout is a fortepiano player from Australia. He also plays the harpsichord and the regular piano. He is originally from South Africa, the place where he was born and raised before moving to America and Australia to study music. Now, he lives in London where he practices his craft and holds annual concerts. He plays both as a soloist and as part of different symphony orchestras. His latest show will feature him on the piano. Kristian Bezuidenhout tickets for now available if you want to see him live.
Kristian Bezuidenhout Tickets
- Anne Sofie Von Otter & Kristian Bezuidenhout, Benaroya Hall - Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium tickets for 10/02 07:30 PM at Benaroya Hall Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium,Seattle, WA
- Wed Oct 02 2019
Bezuidenhout was born in 1979 in South Africa. This was the place where he was raised until he got to high school. From then on, he was sent abroad to attain a better education. He then studied in America and Australia. During his time in America, he attended the "Eastman School of Music", a well renowned performing arts school in New York. There, where he studied under the guidance of Rebecca Penneys, Paul O’Dette and Malcolm Bilson. By this time, he was becoming more proficient at playing the piano and a career as a concert player seemed suitable. These ambitions were solidified when he entered the "Festival Musica Antiqua" a music competition based in Bruges, and ended up winning the first prize. The winner was voted by the listeners, and this was a huge honor because other contestants came from all over the world; some were much more experienced than him.
He first began to show an interest in piano playing when he was studying under the guidance of Rebecca Penneys. She was a modern pianist and would take him along to her shows where he had the chance to play alongside her. It was then that he began to explore the keyboard even more. At the same time, it was Arthur Haas who taught him the harpsichord, and Malcolm Bilson with whom he worked on the fortepiano. Moreover, Paul O’Dette, Bezuidenhout had a stringent practice schedule where he would perfect his performance style till he made no more mistakes.
Because he had gone through such vigorous training during his time as a student, it was only likely that he would rise to the top as a concert player. He became known as an international player who performed both as part of orchestra and also held solo performances. He has performed with some of the world’s biggest symphonies. These include "Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century" as well as "Freibug Baroque Orchestra". He has also teamed up with the most respected conductors in classical music such as Christopher Hogwood and Frans Bruggen. For his solo concerts, he invited other well known musicians to accompany him.
In the past, he has played with Pieter Wispelwey who is a very famous cellist, three top international violinists, Petra Mullejans, Vikotoria Mullova and Daniel Hope. Bezuidenhout has also worked as a recording artist for some time. With the above mentioned violists, he recorded Mozart’s sonatas which were met to much critical acclaim. He not just teams up with musicians, but has accompanied classical singers in their recitals as well. Recently, he featured in a concerto by Jan Bobow, Mark Padmore and Carolyn Samspson.
As a concert player, Bezuidenhout alternates between his three best instruments—the piano, the fortepiano and the harpsichord. He has performed in different parts of the world, including in Barcelona, Venice, Warsaw, Boston, as well as in all classical music global festivals such as the "Tanglewood Music Festival". One of his most memorable concerts was in New York City at the "Lincoln Centre".
Apart from being a professional concert player, Bezuidenhout is also a lecturer at various universities. He teaches at the "Schola Cantorum Basiliensis" and the "Eastman School of Music". He is an expert on the works of Beethoven and Mozart and knows their piano works inside out. This is what he teaches his students as well.
His upcoming concert will be another solo, although a number of surprise musical guests have been rumored to perform alongside him. Buy Kristian Bezuidenhout tickets so you too can experience firsthand one of the finest classical musicians of our time.
Kristian Bezuidenhout Venues
- Anne Sofie Von Otter & Kristian Bezuidenhout Benaroya Hall - Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium
- Kristian Bezuidenhout Carnegie Hall - Judy & Arthur Zankel Hall
Kristian Bezuidenhout Schedule
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! Kristian Bezuidenhout's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in Seattle at the Benaroya Hall - Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium on 2-Oct-19, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for Seattle at the Benaroya Hall - Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium on 2-Oct-19. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
|Anne Sofie Von Otter & Kristian Bezuidenhout||Benaroya Hall - Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium||Seattle, WA||Wed Oct 02 201907:30 PM|
|Kristian Bezuidenhout||Carnegie Hall - Judy & Arthur Zankel Hall||New York, NY||Tue Mar 31 202007:30 PM|
Kristian Bezuidenhout Ticket Prices
The average price for Kristian Bezuidenhout Tickets start from $157. The minimum get in price is $40 for Kristian Bezuidenhout Tickets at the Benaroya Hall - Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium, Seattle. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Anne Sofie Von Otter & Kristian Bezuidenhout||Seattle||2-Oct-19||$209||$40|
|Kristian Bezuidenhout||New York||31-Mar-20||$157||$53|
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