Why See Mitsuko Uchida?
Award Winning Pianist and Conductor Mitsuko Uchida for Two Nights at Carnegie Hall
Japanese classical pianist and conductor Mitsuko Uchida will perform at Carnegie Hall as she embarks on her last leg exploring the works of Austrian composer Franz Peter Schubert.
Mitsuko has spent the last two years creating her own interpretations of the piano sonatas of Schubert. The musician also works with the music of Mozart, Beethoven, Chopin, Debussy and Schoenberg, producing her own exciting renditions each time. The artist has performed with many world-renowned orchestras and received various awards and accolades.
Mitsuko currently acts as artistic director of the Marlboro Music School and Festival.
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