Critically acclaimed as a “musician’s pianist,” Matthew Bengtson has a unique combination of musical talents ranging from extraordinary pianist, to composer, analyst, and scholar of performance practice, and thus is in demand as both soloist and collaborator. An advocate of both contemporary and rarely performed music, he commands a diverse repertoire, ranging from William Byrd to György Ligeti and numerous contemporary composers.
Solo, concerto and chamber music repertoire, organized by style:
Early And Baroque Period
and many more…
March 29, 2021
Solo fortepiano recital, held via Streamyard. Music of Bach, Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, and a premiere of a new composition by Sebastian Huydts.
March 13, 2021
“Latin Sounds and Rhythms.” Iberia, Books 1 and 2 by Isaac Albéniz, and the world premiere of the complete Estudios rítmicos y sonoros by Roberto Sierra.
For much of my youth, my primary interests were chess, golf, and music. Music has become my profession and takes up the bulk of this site, but there is something to be said here about the others, including one you may recognize in this image.