Jeremy Denk is recipient of a MacArthur Fellowship, the Avery Fisher Prize, and he was recently elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He made his San Francisco Symphony debut in 2004.
This season, Mr. Denk embarks on a three-week recital tour of the US, culminating in his return to Carnegie Hall, while his orchestral highlights include play-directing Mozart with the Toronto Symphony, and on tour throughout the US with Academy of St Martin in the Fields. He also continues his work as Artistic Partner with the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, reunites with his long-time collaborators Joshua Bell and Steven Isserlis on an eleven-city tour of the US, and performs and curates a series of Mozart violin sonatas at Carnegie Hall. Further collaborations include performing the Ives violin sonatas at Tanglewood with Stefan Jackiw. Abroad, he performs with the BBC Symphony, makes his debut with the City of Birmingham Symphony, and returns to the Helsinki Philharmonic. He also appears in recital in Europe, including his return to Wigmore Hall as part of a three-year residency.
Jeremy Denk records for Nonesuch Records. His most recent recording c.1300-c.2000 includes music ranging from Guillaume de Machaut, Gilles Binchois, and Carlo Gesualdo, to Stockhausen, Ligeti, and Philip Glass. He can also be heard in Cowell’s Piano Concerto with the San Francisco Symphony and Michael Tilson Thomas on the American Mavericks recording on SFS Media.
Mr. Denk graduated from Oberlin College, Indiana University, and the Juilliard School. He lives in New York City, and his website and blog are at jeremydenk.net.