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Jason Hardink



A fearless interpreter of large-scale piano works both modern and historical, pianist Jason Hardink is much sought-after both as a soloist and chamber musician.

His recent debut at Weill Recital Hall was lauded for its audacious programming and pianism demonstrating “abandon and remarkable clarity” and a “capacity for tenderness and grace” (Anthony Tommasini, New York Times).

Concerts during the 2019-2020 season include the premiere of a new solo piano work by Jason Eckardt at National Sawdust celebrating the centenary of Ives’ Concord Sonata, a performance of Michael Hersch’s The Vanishing Pavilions at Wien Modern, the complete Liszt Transcendental Etudes performed on an 1852 Bösendorfer at Music in Context in Houston, and Messiaen’s Des Canyons aux étoiles… with the Utah Symphony and Oberlin Contemporary Music Ensemble.

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Hardink is a noteworthy pianist of extraordinary talent, sound technique and musicality. Virtuosity comes as easily and naturally to his playing as does his keen sense of musical resolve.
— Deseret News


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