Concerti a Quattro: An Exploration into the Art of Collaboration
Jonathan Tsay presents a multimedia recital discussing the evolution of the keyboard concerto from the Baroque era to the early 20th century. The program
includes concerti by Bach, Mozart, Chopin, and Gershwin – accompanied by members of the
Soloist, collaborative pianist, chamber musician, producer, and arts administrator Jonathan Tsay maintains an artistic career as diverse as his interests.
A recent multi-city tour of Taiwan included solo recital stops at the National Recital Hall in Taipei, Kaohsiung Music Hall, and the Pingtung Arts Center.
Other recent solo engagements include performances for The Cliburn, Music at Southminster in Ottawa, Blanco Performing Arts, and Fine Arts Chamber Players.
A sought-after collaborator, Dr. Tsay has performed alongside some of the world’s premier musicians, including Chee-Yun, David Cooper (Principal Horn,
Berlin Philharmonic), Jing Wang (Concertmaster, Hong Kong Philharmonic), dramatic soprano Alessandra Marc, Chloé Trevor (“musical ambassador to Generation
Z”), the Cézanne Quartet, and Nathan Olson (Concertmaster, Dallas Symphony Orchestra). Jonathan performs regularly as Principal Keyboard of the Las Colinas
Symphony and serves as Artistic Director of
a chamber music series based in Dallas.
St. Matthew’s Cathedral
5100 Ross Avenue