Silver Medalist in both the 2018 Leipzig International Bach Competition and the 2017 Prague Spring International Music Competition, the acclaimed Heifetz Institute faculty keyboardist Andrew Rosenblum (a mainstay of both the regular summer program and the new Heifetz Baroque Vocal Workshop) presents a pair of works by both J.S. Bach and his eldest son C.P.E. Bach.
|J.S. Bach: Toccata and Fugue in F-sharp minor, BWV 910|
|C.P.E. Bach: Fantasia in F minor, Wq. 67|
About the Performer
ANDREW ROSENBLUM enjoys a multifaceted career as a pianist and harpsichordist. Rosenblum won Second Prize in the harpsichord category of the 2018 International Bach Competition in Leipzig. In 2017, he won Second Prize in the harpsichord category of the Prague Spring International Music Competition, where he also won the prize for the best performance of Harpsycho by Petr Wajsar, a work commissioned for the competition. As a harpsichordist, he has soloed with Leipziger Barockorchester, Bohuslav Martinů Philharmonic Orchestra, Collegium 1704, and Civic Orchestra of Chicago. He plays continuo for Music of the Baroque Orchestra, Haymarket Opera, and Three Notch’d Road.
Rosenblum is on the Piano Staff of the Chicago Symphony Chorus, as well as the Piano Faculty and Harpsichord Faculty of the Heifetz International Music Institute. He has been on the Piano Staff of Lyric Opera of Chicago, Northwestern University, Cleveland Institute of Music, and Cleveland Orchestra Chorus. He has performed as a pianist at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall, Alice Tully Hall, The Kennedy Center, and The Phillips Collection.
An avid performer of new music, Rosenblum performed at the Chicago Ustvolskaya Festival in 2017, and the Julius Eastman Portrait Concert at the Chicago Cultural Center in 2018. His work with living composers includes premiering Curiosities for solo harpsichord by Diana Rosenblum at the Eastman School of Music; co-leading a composition workshop and competition at Roosevelt University with flutist Shanna Pranaitis Gutierrez; and recording songs by Lori Laitman for a two-CD set on Naxos.