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Belgium 2017 Recap

Hello everyone! I recently returned from my second concert tour in beautiful Belgium, where I found myself playing nine concerts in the span of ten days (on average, 0.9 concerts per day, in case you were wondering how it all breaks down). In all seriousness, it was a marathon and an incredible experience. Traversing my set of repertoire over and over again in performance, day after day, gave a uniquely rewarding feeling of total immersion and oneness with the music, to go along with the fascination of witnessing how these pieces changed, revealed different aspects of themselves, every time I […]

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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: https://www.mnmusicteachers.com/mmta-convention-june-5-6-2017.  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: http://opus4.be/EN/ Thursday, Nov. 10, 12:30 pm: Solo recital at Flagey, Brussels: http://www.flagey.be/…/pr…/19392/reed-tetzloff/reed-tetzloff Thursday, Nov. 10, 8:00 pm: Solo recital at Quatre Mains, Ghent: http://quatremains.gent/nl Saturday, Nov. 12, 8:00 pm: House concert, Brussels Sunday, Nov. 13, 11:30 am: Solo recital, Chapelle Musicale Reine Elisabeth, Waterloo: http://musicchapel.org/event/much-music-13-11-16/ Sunday, Nov. 13, 7:00 pm: Solo recital shared with Marie François, Cultuurkapel Sint-Vincent, Ghent: http://www.cultuurkapel.be/…/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.

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