LATEST NEWS

November 17th, 2019

Beatrice Rana, Marc-Andre Hamelin, Jan Bartoš, Aaron Diehl, and Evgeny Kissin will take part in the seventh annual Rudolf Firkušný Piano Festival. 

October 15th, 2019

Jan Bartoš is featured on the cover of the October 2019 issue of Harmonie

August 12th, 2019

The Jan Bartoš's new album featuring Janáček's Piano Works has received a wonderful review together with Editor's Choice in Gramophone September issue:

 

Jan Bartoš draws you closely into Janáček’s com­pelling sound world, music both exposed and somehow personal, lines and details delivered from the very beginning with imagination and deep thought.“

 

Read the complete review:
https://www.gramophone.co.uk/…s-jan-bartos

June 28th, 2019

Jan Bartoš was invited by Alfred Brendel to join him in the Mozart lecture

June 6th, 2019

Janáček album is on top positions on digital services worldwide!

https://www.supraphon.com/articles/216-jan-bartos-s-new-album

JAN BARTOŠ | WORLD PIANO MUSIC SERIES 2019

Janáček, Brahms, Haydn, Smetana

"Jan Bartoš is one of the best European pianists." 

Massimo Lo Iacono, Il Roma

"Jan Bartoš is one of my most impressive and interesting younger colleagues."

Alfred Brendel

"His approach to the keyboard is quintessentially refined. Everything in this recording is outstanding.

*****  Michael Church, BBC Music Magazine

 

"Bartoš's pianism spans the gamut from speaking eloquence to singing grace with the utmost naturalness".  

Bernard Jacobson, Seen and Heard International

"His piano tone is beautifully pellucid, yet with plenty of warmth.” 

Leslie Wright, MusicWeb International

"Opening gala concert of Smetana's Litomyšl with the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra led by Jiří Bělohlávek with pianist Jan Bartoš as a soloist should be considered a highlight of the season."

Lidové noviny

"In his physical expression, Jan Bartoš is modest and simultaneously immersed in his inner self, while stepping completely out of himself to let the music speak. He transitions naturally from a meditative mood to a raging storm, from gloominess to hope."

Harmonie Magazine