BERLIN – “I suppose I am by nature a curious person,” says Francesco Piemontesi. “I want to know.”

It’s a quality that the young pianist makes apparent on more than one front. In recital at the Konzerthaus Berlin last spring, he performed works by Debussy, Mozart, Beethoven, and Schubert with a combination of meticulous technical assurance and nearly philosophical introspection.

A mere glance at Piemontesi’s contribution to program notes reveals the depth in which he had explored… Read more

(c) Marco Borggreve