David Korevaar performs internationally as a soloist and chamber musician, in addition to teaching at the University of Colorado Boulder, where he holds the Peter and Helen Weil fellowship in piano, and was named Distinguished Research Lecturer in 2016. An active performer and recording artist, in the spring of 2016 Korevaar spent two weeks teaching in Kabul at the Afghanistan National Institute of Music (ANIM). The 2016–17 season also included two tours to Brazil and a recital and masterclasses in Mexico City. In autumn 2017, he conducted and performed two of Mozart’s piano concertos in Boulder.
Korevaar’s extensive discography includes numerous solo and chamber music recordings, most recently a recording of Lowell Liebermann’s piano music and a world premiere recording of piano music by Luigi Perrachio. In addition, his collaboration with members of the Takács Quartet has resulted in a number of releases, including albums featuring works by Brahms, Beethoven and Hindemith. Korevaar also writes on various musical topics, with a focus on French music.
For more information, visit www.davidkorevaar.com.