Concert pianist, fortepianist, and harpsichordist

Welcome to my website! I perform on modern piano, fortepiano, and harpsichord, teach piano literature, write, and offer specialties in a variety of wonderful rare repertoire.

This is a year of many fortepiano recitals!

Tuinman-Walter fortepiano (photo: Richard Moseson)

News and reviews
Please find here a collection of articles, interviews and reviews of my work.

         Article in the Lake County News Sun on the Chicago Tribune website on a fortepiano concert to be held outside Chicago.
         Video interview with critic Daniel Kepl on 3-CD Szymanowski recording on Performing Arts Review
         Selected reviews of the complete Scriabin Sonatas recordings.
         Fanfare magazine interview with John Bell Young about my recordings, and celebrating the Scriabin centennial.
        Radio Interview with Jim Cunningham on WQED-FM (Pittsburgh) about Scriabin in advance of a Pittsburgh recital.
        Radio Interview with Charles Dunaway on WRFI-FM (Ithaca, NY) about Scriabin in advance of the Cornell festival.
        Radio Interview with Sarah Cahill on KALW-FM (San Francisco) about my Scriabin recordings and projects.

Scriabin in the Himalayas festival website and documentary trailer, from Thiksey Gompa monastery in Ladakh, India, as featured here on cover of Musical Opinion musicalopinioncover

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Steinway Artist



3 CDs of beautiful solo piano and violin/piano music of Karol Szymanowski, with violinist Blanka Bednarz, for the Musica Omnia label. This repertoire is a much too little-known treasure!

scriabin book

A modern, interdisciplinary introduction to and reference to the composer, for Rowman and Littlefield Press. The first significant English book on Scriabin to appear in many years.


From reviews of complete Scriabin Sonatas on Romeo Records:

Has Scriabin ever been played better? Only Horowitz and Richter can compare ... a pianist of extraordinary depth and imagination ... at once unique, satisfying, and interpretively unimpeachable. ... future generations can rely [on these recordings] for definitive interpretations.