Milton Court Artist-in-Residence
Jeremy Denk isn’t like other pianists. He’s a virtuoso who submits happily to the sublime simplicity of Mozart; a keyboard philosopher who’s never happier than playing Gershwin.
He’s capable of spectacular musical gymnastics and the most eloquent insights – often in the same breath. He’s the recipient of a MacArthur Foundation ‘genius award’; a pianist, according to the New York Times, whom ‘you want to hear no matter what he performs, in whatever combination.’
In short – with programmes ranging from a collaboration with the Britten Sinfonia to a personal meditation on the Variation form – he’s the ideal choice to be Milton Court’s Artist in Residence this season.
Jeremy Denk: Mozart - the late sonatas
For pianist Jeremy Denk, Mozart’s late sonatas are charged with wonder; performed by him, they’ll contain multitudes.
Jeremy Denk: Infinite Variations
The possibilities of the Variation form are infinite. And in the hands of pianist and MacArthur ‘genius award’ Fellow Jeremy Denk, doubly so.
Britten Sinfonia: Rhapsody in Blue with Jeremy Denk
Pianist Jeremy Denk returns to Britten Sinfonia for a rhapsody of jazz and dance inspired music by Gershwin and Stravinsky.
Jeremy Denk in Recital
A typically imaginative and thought-provoking solo recital from piano maverick (and Milton Court Artist-in-Residence) Jeremy Denk.
Listen: Podcast - Jeremy Denk
Jeremy Denk talks to us about the arts of practicing, programme-building, recording, writing and performing, as we find out what makes the innovative pianist tick.