CHAMBER RECITAL with ROLSTON QUARTET

August 29, 2019 at 8:00 pm

BISQC at Banff Centre
Banff, Canada

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SOLO RECITAL

September 5, 2019 at 7:30 pm

Honens Festival
Calgary, Canada

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CHAMBER RECITAL

September 6, 2019 at 12:30 pm

Honens Festival
Calgary, Canada

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MASTERCLASS

September 7, 2019 at 9:00 am

Honens Festival
Calgary, Canada

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CHAMBER RECITAL

September 8, 2019 at 2:00 pm

Honens Festival
Calgary, Canada

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September 17, 2019

KEN-DAVID MASUR DEBUT AUSPICIOUS FOR MILWAUKEE SO

“Namoradze, a rising young Georgian pianist and composer, was similarly eloquent in the Schumann concerto. Lingering over Schumann’s tender, singing melodies, shading each phrase with precisely chosen color, he drew us into an intimate universe. In its virtuoso flights, his sparkling runs and chords flashed by like quicksilver.”— Wynne Delacoma, Classical Voice America

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September 16, 2019

MILWAUKEE SYMPHONY BEGINS THE KEN-DAVID MASUR ERA WITH AN OVATION, GERMAN CLASSICS

“Namoradze captured all of these elements in a charismatic performance that ranged from running passages played in shimmering whispers to bold emphatic declarations. This was a captivating delivery of an exquisite piece of music.”—Elaine Schmidt, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 

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September 6, 2019

HONENS FESTIVAL 2019: NICOLAS NAMORADZE DAZZLES ON THE PIANO

“Namoradze is not your conventional competition virtuoso. As it concerns virtuosity, however, Namoradze yields nothing to overtly flashier pianists, as was evident in his stunning encore of the well-known D-sharp minor Etude by Scriabin that concluded his program… Namoradze wears his enormous technique lightly. He sits quietly, with mostly just his fingers in evidence. His playing is effortless to a degree that can hardly be imagined, and the focus of his performance is entirely upon musical values. And here the range of his imagination in the shaping of line, control of texture, and fleetness in execution takes one’s breath away… It was quasi-mystical experience, in which the sound of the instrument, poetic ideas, textures and musical figures were combined in a unique synthesis.” – Kenneth DeLong, Calgary Herald

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