GEOFFREY BURLESON, PIANIST, has performed to wide acclaim throughout Europe and North America, and is equally active as a recitalist, concerto soloist, chamber musician and jazz performer. The New York Times has hailed his solo performances as “vibrant” and “compelling”, and has praised his “command, projection of rhapsodic qualities without
loss of rhythmic vigor, and appropriate sense of spontaneity and fetching colors”. And the Boston Globe refers to Mr. Burleson as a “remarkable pianist” and “a first-class instrumental presence” whose performances are “outright thrilling.” His numerous acclaimed solo appearances include prominent venues in Paris (at the Église St-Merri), New York (Carnegie Recital Hall), Rome (American Academy), Athens (Mitropoulos Hall), Mexico City (National Museum of Art), Chicago (Dame Myra Hess Memorial Series), Boston, Washington, Switzerland, England, the Netherlands, Spain, and elsewhere.
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