Tzimon Barto back in Germany

On March 4th, Tzimon Barto will play a recital with works by Rameau, Liebermann and Haydn as well as Bach’s Goldberg Variations as part of the Minden Wednesday Concerts. Tzimon Barto’s style of playing is as versatile as the program selections – the world citizen and polyglot Barto moves with an originality through the musical styles and epochs like no other.
The audience in Wuppertal can look forward to a similar program, where on March 5th he will take over for the ill Till Fellner. Instead of Bach, Schumann’s Humoreke op. 20 appears here. Schumann characterized humor as a “happy amalgamation of affable and witty.” In this sense, Tzimon Barto interprets the work with astonishing dexterity and resourceful inventiveness.
On March 12th and 13th he will be guest of the Bremer Philharmoniker with the seldom played Piano Concerto No. 2 by Béla Bartók with conductor Hans Graf. The neo-classical work is one of the most difficult pieces of the piano repertoire, which Tzimon Barto masters in his incomparable way.