"Delicate and refined, the subtle beauty of [Kalichstein’s] solo piano begged listeners to lean in and listen more closely. [The Concerto No. 27] is not one of Mozart's more extroverted or flashy compositions; it requires patience and finesse to make its fragile, simple melodies sing. Kalichstein filled his playing with this sort of sensitivity, particularly evident in his artful use of rubato." -Tennessean, May 31, 2008

Acclaimed for the heartfelt intensity and technical mastery of his playing, pianist Joseph Kalichstein enthralls audiences all over the globe, winning equal praise as orchestral soloist, recitalist and chamber musician ... read full bio