David Korevaar’s mastery of the piano is joined with a large and varied repertoire, and enhanced by his work with living composers and his own experience writing music. He successfully balances an active performance career as a soloist and chamber musician with teaching at the University of Colorado Boulder, where he is the Peter and Helen Weil Professor of Piano.
The evening’s program will include pieces by J.S. Bach, Gabriel Faure, Paul Hindemith, and Frederic Chopin. Seating is limited, so please RSVP to save your spot!
Watch David Korevaar perform the first movement of Schubert’s C-minor Sonata at The University of Colorado Boulder’s Grusin Music Hall:
Pianist David Korevaar balances his active career as a soloist and chamber musician with teaching at the University of Colorado Boulder, where he is the Peter and Helen Weil Professor of Piano. Since his New York debut at Town Hall in 1985, Korevaar has performed throughout the United States, including concerts in New York, Boston, Chicago, Washington D.C., Dallas, Houston, Cincinnati and San Diego, as well as on tours in Europe and Asia. He frequently performs in his home state of Colorado. International appearances have included Australia, Japan, Korea, Abu Dhabi and Europe. Korevaar gave his London debut at Wigmore Hall and his German debut at the Heidelberg Spring Festival. He performed and taught in Kazakhstan and Tajikistan as a cultural envoy under the sponsorship of the United States Department of State.
Korevaar has made numerous critically acclaimed recordings encompassing solo and ensemble literature from Johann Sebastian Bach, Beethoven and Brahms to Ravel and Hindemith, David Carlson and Lowell Liebermann. His most recent releases include the three Sonatas for viola and piano by Paul Hindemith with Geraldine Walther, viola, and a pairing of Schubert’s G-major and A-major Piano Sonatas. Learn more on his website: davidkorevaar.com.