Cliburn Watch Party with Daniel Hsu This Saturday, April 3
This Saturday, April 3, 2021, join us in a Cliburn Watch Party as we relive Daniel Hsu's first appearance on the Cliburn stage: his 2017 Preliminary Round performance that set him on a path to winning third prize. The video will premiere on Facebook and YouTube starting with a special message from Daniel. Set your reminders now!
featuring Daniel Hsu, 2017 Cliburn bronze medalist
Preliminary Round Recital
originally broadcast May 26, 2017
BEETHOVEN Sonata No. 31 in A-flat major,
HAMELIN Toccata on “L’homme armé”
LISZT Réminiscences de Don Juan
Daniel continues to build a reputation as a “deeply inquisitive artist,” hailed for “breathing fresh air to age-old traditions” in performances across North America and Asia. He was profiled as “one to watch” by International Piano magazine. Also a keen collaborator, he has worked with conductors Ruth Reinhardt, Hannu Lintu, and Stilian Kirov, and enjoys a regular relationship with the Verona Quartet. Daniel graduated from Curtis Institute of Music in spring 2019 and recently moved to the Bay Area, California. Co-developer of the award-winning Workflow app (now known as Siri Shortcuts), he still enjoys flexing his tech brain.