MICHAEL NOBLE- PIANO Bonds, Janacek, Berg, Rzewski, Brahms
22.07.2022  at  20.00 h
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MICHAEL NOBLE- PIANO Bonds, Janacek, Berg, Rzewski, Brahms


Margaret Bonds (1913 - 1972) Troubled Water

Leos Janacek (1854 - 1928) Sonata 1.X.1905

Alban Berg (1885 - 1935) Sonata


Frederic Rzewski (1938 - 2021) Which Side Are You On?

Johannes Brahms (1833 - 1897) Four Ballades, Op. 10

Michael Noble is a pianist whose primary goal is to connect with and inspire audiences through
ambitious initiatives and illuminating programming. Since his debut at the age of six, he has
developed an international reputation as an “astonishing” pianist whose performances and
initiatives have engrossed audiences throughout Asia, Europe, and the Americas.
He has won awards in numerous competitions, including the Grand Prize at the Carmel Music
Society Competition, Gold Medal at the Crescendo Music Awards (Tulsa, OK), and prizes in the
Chopin International Competition of the 1000 Islands, The Plowman Chamber Music
Competition, and the Harold Protsman Competition. Michael has been called “a pianist to
remember” by Het Nieuwsblad, and his playing has been hailed as “elegant, stylish, and
powerful” (Peninsula Reviews) and “poetic” (Het Nieuwsblad).
Michael has performed in renowned venues, including Carnegie Hall, Orchestra Hall in
Minneapolis, the Preston Bradley Center in Chicago, the Museum of the History of Polish Jews
in Warsaw, the National Academy for the Performing Arts of Trinidad and Tobago, the Musical
Instrument Museum in Brussels, and the Sunset Center in Carmel, California. Additionally, he is
a sought-after guest artist, appearing regularly at festivals including the Gentsche Festspiele
(Belgium), the Kwadrofonik Festival (Poland), the Lake George Music Festival, Musiksommer
Schloss Rosenegg (Austria), and the Thailand International Composition Festival.
He has been featured as soloist with the Monterey and Tulsa Symphonies, and the Idyllwild Arts
Academy Alumni Orchestra, among others. Additionally, he has worked with the most renowned
artists in the field including Gary Graffman, the late Claude Frank, Christopher Elton, Ursula
Oppens, John Perry, Boris Berman, Hung-Kuan Chen, Robert McDonald, and members of the
Brentano and Tokyo Quartets.
Michael holds doctoral and masters degrees from the Yale School of Music and obtained his BM and a BA in English Literature cum laude from the Eastman School of Music and the University of Rochester respectively. In addition, he attended the Paris Conservatoire and the Royal Ghent Conservatory, the latter as a Fellow of the Belgian American Educational Foundation. His principal teachers and mentors include Peter Frankl, Nelita True, Melvin Chen, Daan Vandewalle, and Nicholas Angelich.
Michael’s debut album, American Dissident, which features political works by Rzewski and
Margaret Bonds, will be released in mid-2022. Michael resides in New York City and serves as a Piano Instructor at NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study and Director of Chorus and
Piano Instructor at Wetherby-Pembridge School New York.


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