Eduardo Fernández is one of the best pianists of his generation, especially noted for the depth and maturity of his interpretations. He was awarded the Spanish National Radio Culture Prize in 2016. Eduardo Fernández has performed all over the world, in internationally renowned concert venues including the St Petersburg Philharmonic Hall, Shanghai Oriental Art Centre, Beijing National Centre for the Performing Arts, Mumbai National Centre, Kiev Philharmonia, Barcelona Palau and the Teatro Real in Madrid. He has also participated in prestigious international festivals, with particularly noteworthy contributions to the Festival Internacional de Música y Danza in Granada, the Ciclo Scherzo in Madrid and Piano aux Jacobins in Toulouse.
He made his debut in the Main Hall of the Teatro Real de Madrid with the Madrid Symphony Orchestra in the concert to commemorate the centenary of composer Isaac Albéniz’s death.
Considered by Fanfare magazine to be the successor to Alicia de Larrocha, Eduardo Fernández has produced interpretations of Spanish music which have been much prized and celebrated, resulting in him being named the winner of the Extraordinary Guerrero Foundation Prize, and the Manuel de Falla Award in Granada.
After the success of his recordings for the Polish Institute (Chopin and Schumann), Warner (Albéniz Iberia), Centaur (Brahms Opp. 117, 118 and 119), Orpheus (Scriabin Complete Preludes) and Naxos, he plans next to release a recording of the Piano Sonatas by Alexander Scriabin.