For Presenters: piano

Christopher Goodpasture

Pianist Christopher Goodpasture has a growing reputation as a dynamic and versatile recitalist, chamber musician, and orchestral soloist. Named a Steinway Young Artist in 2022, he is a top prize-winner of competitions across the country including the Washington, Seattle, and Serge and Olga Koussevitzky International Piano Competitions. Christopher regularly performs in concert venues internationally, including (read more…)

Natalia Kazaryan

The Washington Post hailed pianist Natalia Kazaryan’s recent performance as “one of the best classical concerts”. She is dedicated to giving equal platform to female composers in her public appearances. Ms. Kazaryan is a frequent collaborator with members of the National Symphony Orchestra. Recent standout solo performances include Portland Piano International, Dame Myra Hess Memorial (read more…)

Byeol Kim

Praised for her “searing virtuosity and vast dynamic range on full display,” pianist Byeol Kim has appeared as a soloist at Carnegie Hall, Italy’s Teatro Civico, Brussels’ Place Eugène Flagey, Spain’s Petit Palau, and South Korea’s Mozart Hall. Since her U.S. debut with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, she has been a soloist with a variety (read more…)

Zhenni Li-Cohen

Hailed as “…an artist of tremendous conviction, who fascinates even as she provokes…” (Gramophone Magazine), “…a thrillingly good pianist…” (The New Yorker), and for her “…big, gorgeous tone and…mesmerizing touch” (The Philadelphia Inquirer), Ms. Li-Cohen has performed in notable venues such as Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Merkin Concert Hall, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, WQXR’s (read more…)

Ronaldo Rolim

With “a special ability to present touching interpretations” (El Norte), Brazilian pianist Ronaldo Rolim is a prominent figure among an emerging generation of outstanding musicians. He has performed extensively over four continents, with a variety of orchestras, and in venues such as Carnegie Hall, Zurich’s Tonhalle, London’s Wigmore Hall, the Great Hall of the Liszt (read more…)