A tour of recitals and appearances with orchestras in Argentina, Chile, Panama and Uruguay is being arranged for August of 2014.
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BUSQUEDA, a Weekly Magazine, 7/4/2013 A Remarkable Rendering of the Concerto in F Graf´s phrasing had an untransferable swing which is not written in the score. He displayed beautiful sound, drive and spirit in perfect communication with conductor and orchestra. What happened last night at the Solis Theatre was an event that I can only […]
Graf’s new CD, DVD and BluRay has been released on Cougar Classics. It is a live performance of a recital at Teatro Solis in Montevideo last October with works by Mozart, Beethoven, Chopin, Rachmaninoff and others. Enrique also performs the two piano version of Ravel’s La Valse with distinguished israeli pianist Ilana Vered in her […]
Another great review in Pennsylvania: on April 15, 2013 the Butler Eagle said “Virtuoso Enrique Graf was the undeniable star of the evening. His appearance with the Butler Symphony was the ideal capstone to the season. Graf’s elegant interpretation of Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 4 was enchanting. Graf and conductor Matthew Kraemer visually consulted each […]
On March 26, 2013, Enrique was soloist with the Charleston Symphony Orchestra in the United States premiere of Florencia Di Concilio’s Piano Concerto. A sold out crowd in the historic Dock Street Theatre stood up and cheered. So did the reviewers for The Post and Courier and Charleston Today.
On January 29, 2013, Graf performed a sold-out benefit recital at the Hilton Head Country Club for the Hilton Head International Piano Competition. After music by Beethoven, Chopin and Tosar the audience had different dinner courses and wines from the countries where the composers came from. Afterwards, Graf spoke and answered questions on what it […]
Graf performed at Teatro Solis in Montevideo as part of the “Great Uruguayan Musicians” series in October 2012. On the program were works by Mozart, Beethoven, Chopin, Rachmaninoff, Gershwin and Tosar. El Pais called him “A Master of the piano”. Read the review here.
It was another busy summer for Enrique with performances in Brazil and Italy where he performed with Sergei Babayan conducting
Charleston Today wrote in June of 2012 : “What a finale this was for the Young Artists Series! What a testament to the talent of these pianists whose standing ovations say it all. Excellent programming and wonderful playing have always been hallmarks of Enrique Graf’s College of Charleston pianists showcase.