Brian Ganz

“There isn’t much about Chopin that Brian Ganz doesn’t know...His delight and wonder in this music seems to grow, apparently without bounds.” - The Washington Post /// See Blog for Brian's New Video.

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Brian Ganz plays Chopin's Nocturne in Bb min Op9 No 1 on a Steinway D fully rebuilt by PianoCraft. Recorded at PianoCraft's Rothenberg Hall. Audio and video by Dhanesh Mahtani.

Brian Ganz plays Chopin's Etude in C Op10 No7 on a Steinway D, fully rebuilt by PianoCraft. Recorded at PianoCraft's Rothenberg Hall. Audio and video by Dhanesh Mahtani.

Brian Ganz plays Chopin's Etude in E op 10 #3 on a Steinway D, fully rebuilt by PianoCraft. Recorded at PianoCraft's Rothenberg Hall. Audio and Video by Dhanesh Mahtani.

See Brian Ganz preview his Feb. 18 Strathmore "Extreme Chopin" concert with Chopin's Revolutionary Etude, one of his most famous compositions. Buy tickets to the recital at www.nationalphilharmonic.org.

Brian Ganz explains the concept of 'musical gardening' by illustrating details of Chopin's personal life through his Mazurkas and other compositions.

Brian Ganz plays Chopin's Revolutionary Etude in C minor Op 10 #12 on a Steinway D, fully rebuilt by PianoCraft. Recorded at PianoCraft's Rothenberg Hall. Audio and Video by Dhanesh Mahtani.

Pianist Brian Ganz performs songs by Chopin at the Kosciuszko Foundation in Washington D.C. with vocalist Dariusz Ocetek. Ganz is on a quest to perform all of Chopin's works. 

Pianist Brian Ganz plays Chopin's Nocturne in B-flat Minor, Op. 9, No. 1, at the 2016 Washington International Piano Festival hosted by Catholic University. Shot by Jay Mallin on July 27, 2016.

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