Multiple prize-winning French pianist, David Kadouch has become a regular guest artist with some of the most important international orchestras, recital series and festivals. A laureate of the Beethoven Bonn Competition in 2005 and Leeds International Piano Competition in 2009, he also took the 2009 Verbier Festival Prix d’Honneur. In 2010 David was called “Young Talent Revelation” by Les Victoires de la Musique, and in 2011 he was named “Young Artist of the Year” by the International Classical Music Award committee.

David Kadouch’s 2017-18 season includes performances with the Huntsville Symphony Orchestra, the Aspen Music Festival, and gives a solo recital at Northwestern University in Chicago, Illinois. Kadouch also makes orchestral appearances in Hong Kong and at the Lucerne Festival Academy. His recent performances include Schumann’s Piano Concerto in Mulhouse (France), Bach’s Concerto for Three Pianos in D Minor at the Salle Pleyel in Paris, Poulenc’s Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra in D Minor with the BBC Symphony Orchestra, and Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 3 in C Minor with the Hong Kong Sinfonietta, and recitals in Istanbul, Aix en Provence, and Liege.

Posted: Nov-13-2017
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This month, David Kadouch released En Plein Air, his new album featuring the works of Bach, Schumann, Janacek & Bartók.  He beautifully plays pieces that perfectly encapture the essence of nature.  The album is available on iTunes, Amazon and Spotify.

Posted: Jan-11-2016
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Cellist Edgar Moreau and pianist David Kadouch have some pleasurable surprises in store with this programme of French sonatas from the late 19th and 20th centuries. The composers are Franck, Poulenc and two little-known figures, Rita Strohl and Fernand de La Tombelle. Forming an adjunct to the programme is the world premiere recording of a piece by Poulenc, titled Souvenirs and written in 1944. As the French magazine Télérama has written: 'Both known as outstanding soloists, David Kadouch and Edgar Moreau also form a close-knit, well-balanced chamber duo, playing with passion and commitment.'

Posted: Jan-19-2018
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"Kadouch displayed a flexibility of phrasing perfectly suited to the kaleidoscope of demands, with the slower passages being particularly effective as he teased out depths of meaning to the music."

"For his encore Kadouch offered up an achingly beautiful 'Claire de lune' that was as ethereal as the moonlight that inspired Debussy’s impressionist masterpiece. If there was ever a concert when the encore provided the most memorable moment, this was it, as the enthralled audience could attest."

— Duluth News Tribune
Posted: Apr-9-2016
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