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Stephen Hough



British pianist and composer Stephen Hough (b. 1961) is widely regarded as one of the most important and distinctive pianists of his generation. From highly acclaimed performances of the central repertoire in recital, in recording, and with the world's greatest orchestras to an interest in contemporary and neglected 19th century works, he integrates the imagination and pianistic color of the past with the scholarship and intellectual rigor of the present, illuminating the very essence of the music he plays. He was awarded a prestigious MacArthur Fellowship in 2001 in recognition of his achievements, joining prominent scientists, writers and others who have made unique contributions to contemporary life. And in December 2007, the Northwestern University School of Music in Chicago announced that Stephen has been chosen to be the second recipient of the Jean Gimbel Lane Prize in Piano Performance. Since winning first prize in the Naumburg International Piano Competition in 1983, Stephen Hough has appeared with most of the major American and European orchestras and plays recitals regularly in the major halls and concert series around the world. He is also a guest at festivals such as Salzburg, Mostly Mozart, Aspen, Ravinia, Tanglewood, Blossom, Hollywood Bowl, Edinburgh, Aldeburgh and the BBC Proms, where he has made over a dozen concerto appearances.
 



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Tippet Rise Opus 2016 (Live)
PTC5186660
  
Mozart – The Quintets
BIS9046
This album is also available as an album bundle.
  
Broken Branches – compositions by Stephen Hough
BIS1952
As the internationally-renowned pianist Stephen Hough writes in ...
  
Michael Sheppard Plays Rodgers/Hough, Barber, Crumb, Corigliano, Gershwin/ Wild & Bolcom
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