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David Korevaar balances an active performing career as a soloist and chamber musician with teaching at the University of Colorado at Boulder, where he is Assistant Professor of Piano. His broad musical interests are reflected in his recordings, ranging from his recent release of Brahms’s Variations for Piano to the two books of Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier (MSR Classics) to the brand new piano works of Lowell Liebermann. He has recorded the romantic virtuoso compositions of Hungarian composer Ernst von Dohnányi, and transcriptions (his own and Liszt's) of orchestral music by Franz Liszt, including the rarely heard 2nd Mephisto Waltz. Other recent releases include a CD by the Prometheus Piano Quartet featuring music by 19th-Century Frenchmen Saint-Saëns and d'Indy; an album of Lowell Liebermann’s chamber music with flute with flutist Alexa Still; the complete sonatas for brass instruments by Paul Hindemith and the Brahms Violin Sonatas with violinist Anastasia Khitruk.

In addition to his solo appearances, Korevaar performs as a member of the Prometheus Piano Quartet and the Clavier Trio, and as a frequent guest of groups including the Takaçs, Manhattan, and Colorado quartets. He was a founding member of the Young Concert Artists Award-winning piano and wind ensemble Hexagon, with which he toured for many years.

Korevaar was recently honored, along with co-author Tim Smith of Northern Arizona University, with the Editor's Choice Award from MERLOT (Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching) for a web-based exploration of the Fugues of the Well-Tempered Clavier, featuring analytical essays and animations by Professor Smith, performance-related essays by Korevaar, and Korevaar's performances of the music. Other honors include top prizes from the University of Maryland William Kapell International Piano Competition (1988) and the Peabody-Mason Music Foundation (1985), as well as a special prize for his performance of French music from the Robert Casadesus Competition (1989). In May 2000, he received the Richard French award from the Juilliard School, honoring his doctoral document on Ravel's Miroirs.

Korevaar’s teachers have included Earl Wild, Abbey Simon, and the French pianist Paul Doguereau (a student of Egon Petri, who worked with Ravel).

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David Korevaar balances an active performing career as a soloist and chamber musician with teaching at the University of Colorado at Boulder, where he is Assistant Professor of Piano. His broad musical interests are reflected in his recordings, ranging from his recent release of Brahms痴 Variations for Piano to the two books of Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier (MSR Classics) to the brand new piano works of Lowell Liebermann. He has recorded the romantic virtuoso compositions of Hungarian composer Ernst von Dohn疣yi, and transcriptions (his own and Liszt's) of orchestral music by Franz Liszt, including the rarely heard 2nd Mephisto Waltz. Other recent releases include a CD by the Prometheus Piano Quartet featuring music by 19th-Century Frenchmen Saint-Sa�ns and d'Indy; an album of Lowell Liebermann痴 chamber music with flute with flutist Alexa Still; the complete sonatas for brass instruments by Paul Hindemith and the Brahms Violin Sonatas with violinist Anastasia Khitruk.

In addition to his solo appearances, Korevaar performs as a member of the Prometheus Piano Quartet and the Clavier Trio, and as a frequent guest of groups including the Taka輳, Manhattan, and Colorado quartets. He was a founding member of the Young Concert Artists Award-winning piano and wind ensemble Hexagon, with which he toured for many years.

Korevaar was recently honored, along with co-author Tim Smith of Northern Arizona University, with the Editor's Choice Award from MERLOT (Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching) for a web-based exploration of the Fugues of the Well-Tempered Clavier, featuring analytical essays and animations by Professor Smith, performance-related essays by Korevaar, and Korevaar's performances of the music. Other honors include top prizes from the University of Maryland William Kapell International Piano Competition (1988) and the Peabody-Mason Music Foundation (1985), as well as a special prize for his performance of French music from the Robert Casadesus Competition (1989). In May 2000, he received the Richard French award from the Juilliard School, honoring his doctoral document on Ravel's Miroirs.

Korevaar痴 teachers have included Earl Wild, Abbey Simon, and the French pianist Paul Doguereau (a student of Egon Petri, who worked with Ravel).

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