Acclaimed pianist Tzvi Erez received international recognition when he recorded and released his “Beethoven Piano Works” (2000) and “Tzvi Erez plays Chopin” (2003) under the Niv Classical record label. Since then, he has been regarded as a leading interpreter of classical music, particularly in the works of Bach, Beethoven, and Chopin. His interpretations and technique have become a point of reference to millions of music audiences around the world.
In addition to live solo concerts, TZVI released several performances together with orchestral string players, including musicians from the Toronto Symphony Orchestra.
TZVI has released twenty five albums worldwide on Niv Classical, including The Well Tempered Clavier, Partita 2, The Goldberg Variations; Beethoven Piano Works, Beethoven Sonatas; Chopin (Ballades, Etudes, Preludes, and Nocturnes); Suite Bergamasque (Debussy); Liszt Piano Recital; Gymnopedies, Gnossiennes, and Cold Pieces (Erik Satie); Pictures at an Exhibition (Mussorgsky); Essential Classics, Masterpieces, Sentimental, Mozart Piano Sonatas, Rachmaninov's Concerto no. 2, the Grieg Piano Concerto, and others. Currently (as of November, 2018), TZVI is working on his recording and release of the Schumann Piano Concerto in A minor, Opus 54.
Born in Israel, TZVI began piano studies at age six. He subsequently moved to Canada and graduated from The Royal Conservatory of Music, where he trained with Mildred Kenton, Andrew Burashko, and Antonin Kubalek.
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