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The American pianist William Wolfram was winner of the silver medal in both the William Kapell and the Naumberg International Piano Competitions. He also holds the distinction of bronze medalist of the prestigious Tchaikovsky Piano Competition in Moscow. A versatile recitalist, concerto soloist, and chamber musician, he has garnered the acclaim of international critics.

His concerto début with the Pittsburgh Symphony under the baton of Leonard Slatkin was the first in a long succession of appearances and career relationships with numerous American orchestras such as the San Francisco Symphony, the National Symphony, the Dallas, Minnesota and Seattle Symphonies, among others.

A very devoted supporter of contemporary music, he has close ties with many composers and has completed a recording project featuring the piano concertos of Edward Collins. His three previous recordings in the Naxos Liszt Complete Piano Music series—8.557014 (Volume 20), 8.570137 (Volume 27) and 8.572241 (Volume 31)—have been highly acclaimed. Of Volume 31 The Guardian wrote: ‘William Wolfram’s contribution [to the Naxos Liszt series] is strikingly good. He clearly has all the necessary technique to confront any challenge Liszt’s piano writing throws at him…’

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