Jonathan Biss, Acclaimed Pianist, on His ‘Obsessive’ Approach to Music


Concert pianist Jonathan Biss has immersed himself in music from Beethoven through contemporary composers. He's been called “thoughtful” and “vibrant' for recitals at Carnegie Hall and around the wall.

He joins us in conversation and performance. 

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