The celebrated Slovenian pianist Tomsic enjoys "something of a cult status among pianophiles" (Gramophone Magazine), with performances that convey "heroic power and Olympian vision" (Los Angeles Times) as well as "splendor, drama, passion, poetry, and subtlety" (Boston Globe). The only protégé of legendary pianist Artur Rubinstein, who considered her "a perfect and marvelous pianist," she gave her first public recital at age five and later embarked on an international career that took her to five continents, performing more than forty-five hundred concerts to date.


Posted: Jan-27-2015
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Slovenia.si interviewed pianist Dubravka Tomsic, providing a wonderful profile of the artist who's called Slovenia's first lady of music.
Posted: May-16-2013
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"A great concert leaves you with some glimpse of why you're alive. That's the experience Dubravka Tomsic brought to Symphony Hall Sunday afternoon. Her playing was emotional, searching, sublime, and profoundly moving. ... A transcendental performance." - Boston Globe

Posted: Mar-8-2011
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"Tomsic’s amorous and rich tones were showcased in the Andante Spianato, whereas the Polonaise section displayed her intense and powerful sound. Her playing was brilliant and exciting as she presented impeccable technique."

— KCMetropolis
Posted: Apr-15-2015
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Posted: Jun-17-2014