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Schumann, Chopin and Schubert


Matti Hirvonen


Robert Schumann (1810—1849) - Papillons op 2,
Frédéric Chopin (1810—1849) - Three mazurkas op 59,
Nocturne in c-minor op 48:1, Ballade in A-flat op 47


Franz Schubert (1797—1828) - Sonata in A, D 959


Matti Hirvonen, piano


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Photo: Emilie Kroon

*Matti Hirvonen studied piano, accompaniment, and chamber music at the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki, Royal College of Music in Stockholm, and privately in London and has specialized as a collaborative pianist since he was a student. Today he is widely regarded as one of the leading accompanists in Scandinavia, equally comfortable in all forms of chamber music. His career began at the invitation of Elisabeth Söderström. He has since then performed extensively with singers Nina Stemme, Miah Persson, Ann Hallenberg among many others.
Matti is a frequent guest at festivals throughout Europe, such as Edinburgh, Grafenegg, Aix-en Provence, and Schleswig-Holstein, and performs at major venues such as the Musikverein and Konzerthaus in Vienna and others. He has also performed extensively in Japan.
Matti Hirvonen appears on many CD recordings, including Schubert Lieder, Scandinavian songs, piano music by Schumann and Schubert, Scandinavian contemporary piano music (premiering works which were written and dedicated to him). In July 2016 he was appointed Professor of Collaborative piano at Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts in the United States. Previously, he was professor of accompaniment at the Norwegian Academy of Music in Oslo and has held similar positions at the Royal Colleges of Music in London and Stockholm.
His latest appearance at Allhelgonakyrkan was at our festival in 2019.

For more information link to Matti's web site