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Spring update!

Dear friends, I hope this Spring season finds you well.  As we look forward to the summer and to new adventures, I wanted to update all of you on my upcoming musical activities.  I recently finished two concerts in Miami, FL, for the wonderful Chopin Foundation of the United States, with a program of Schumann and Chopin.  I have several interesting performances upcoming, and if you’re in any of these areas, I’d love to see you in the audience! June 5, Minneapolis, MN: Solo recital as guest artist at the Minnesota Music Teachers’ Association Annual State Convention:  Mozart and […]

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Debut Recording Announcement

Dear friends, I can now announce my debut recording project, “Sounds of Transcendence” – a program of radiant music by César Franck, Alexander Scriabin, and Charles Tomlinson Griffes.  The works I will be presenting cover a span of 35 years, from 1884 to 1919, and all make their own unique metaphysical explorations, from the devoutly Catholic rhetoric of Franck’s Prelude, Choral, et Fugue – a stunning drama of sin and salvation unveiled in peerless musical form  – to the hallucinatory, feverish world of Scriabin and his American counterpart, Griffes.  This project will kick off with a preparatory recital on Sunday, […]

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Recap of Belgium Tour

Hello everyone! My tour in Belgium flew by so quickly, and I’m writing this on the plane back to New York. There were a total of six recitals, tirelessly organized and promoted by my good friend, Erik Vertriest, who must be even more exhausted than I am, after all the work he so generously did for me! So my thanks goes out to him most of all, but also to the other organizers – Servaas le Compte for my performance in Antwerp, Christina Peterges and the Flagey team, Chris Taerwe and Benedikte van Garsse of Quatre Mains, Steven van Garsse, […]

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Leaving for Belgium!

I am leaving for Belgium in less than two weeks!! Here is an overview of what promises to be an unforgettable tour: Wednesday, Nov. 9, 8:00 pm: Solo recital at Opus 4, Antwerp: Thursday, Nov. 10, 12:30 pm: Solo recital at Flagey, Brussels:…/pr…/19392/reed-tetzloff/reed-tetzloff Thursday, Nov. 10, 8:00 pm: Solo recital at Quatre Mains, Ghent: Saturday, Nov. 12, 8:00 pm: House concert, Brussels Sunday, Nov. 13, 11:30 am: Solo recital, Chapelle Musicale Reine Elisabeth, Waterloo: Sunday, Nov. 13, 7:00 pm: Solo recital shared with Marie François, Cultuurkapel Sint-Vincent, Ghent:…/duorecital-marie-francois-ree…/ This would not be possible without the […]

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Reed Tetzloff has been praised as a “young American to watch” by The Cincinnati Enquirer, which lauded his “magical tone” and “richly communicative” playing.