SOLO RECITAL

January 26, 2020 at 8:00 pm

Konzerthaus Berlin Kleiner Saal

Berlin, Germany

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SOLO RECITAL

February 16, 2020 at 7:30 pm

Wigmore Hall

London, UK

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SOLO RECITAL

March 1, 2020 at 1:30 pm

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

Boston, MA

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SOLO RECITAL

March 5, 2020 at 7:30pm

Master Piano Recital Series

Ottawa, Canada

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SOLO RECITAL

March 7, 2020 at 7:30pm

Langley, Canada

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January 15, 2019

STILL THE BEST JOB IN THE WORLD: NICOLAS NAMORADZE

“It is difficult to believe that the concert pianist Nicolas Namoradze has not yet reached the age of 30. Mature, unapologetically cerebral, precisely spoken, his conversation entirely free of clichés and snappy sound-bites, nobody sounds less like a millennial. I am conscious during our conversation of feeling I am stepping back into a past of more composed and unhurried manners; yet Namoradze is also a man of the moment, his career blossoming after his big win at the 2018 Honens International Piano Competition in Calgary.” Click below to read the full article on Bachtrack!

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January 7, 2019

NICOLAS NAMORADZE SELECTED AMONG WQXR’S “20 FOR 20”

Nicolas Namoradze has been named among WQXR’s “20 for 20: Artists to Watch,” a list that “includes long-time heroes, established favorites and newcomers set for stardom who are redefining what classical music can be.”

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December 12, 2019

NICOLAS NAMORADZE: TO THE CITY AND THE WORLD

“Namoradze feels everything in his own way, whether it’s desire, impulse, passion, intimacy — and with a sense of proportion in everything. Nicolas Namoradze is not just a poet of the piano, he is its artist. He displays no visible effort, an ease of imagination, harmony of proportions, perfect balance, impeccability and originality in tone. Each phrase seems to be crafted and considered, yet at the same time breathes with true vitality. They seem familiar (it is tempting to draw an analogy with Sofronitsky, the best performer of Scriabin, in my opinion) yet also surprising and unexpected, with unique tempi, pauses and contrasts of sonority. He possesses a sophisticated and rich palette of sound shades — what myriad colors in one pianissimo, sometimes brooding, sometimes windy, sometimes careless, sometimes wise — supplemented by an inquisitiveness and strength of mind, and this spirituality is transmitted to the audience.” — Lina Goncharskaya, Culbyt 

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