Amir Katz: piano playing at its highest reaches
Amir Katz Plays Beethoven’s Sonatas
Courage is Rewarded
Beethoven for connoisseurs and aficionados
The Israeli pianist wins over the Laeiszhalle’s small recital hall
Amir Katz performs Beethoven sonatas in Tel Aviv
Chopin: Ballades and impromptus
Amir Katz: Chopin’s Nocturnes
Geschichten am Klavier
Pavol Breslik also did not turn his back on Liszt.
Katz’s complete Chopin Nocturnes proves a triumph at Miami Piano Festival
Dreams of love, one after another.
Amir Katz is an interesting Chopin player. He is a sensitive and mature artist. His reflections on each of the nocturnes always are thoughtful. He has an elegant sense of touch and voices his chords warmly.
Frédéric Chopin: Die Nocturnes
It takes courage to assemble a concert programme for a Sunday morning exclusively made up of “Nocturnes”, that is, “night pieces”, but the gamble paid off.
Amir Katz is a Marathon Man.
“[…] the absolute highpoint of this season’s 7th symphony concert.”
[…] And so the Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 2 in B-flat major, Op. 19, was the absolute highpoint of this season’s 7th symphony concert. Responsible for a significant portion of this was the Israeli pianist Amir Katz (b. 1973).
Solingen: Pianist Amir Katz Gloriously Unpretentious
[…] one can well attest of Katz that he has helped give tonally sumptuous, nuanced expression to the “potential of the cantabile” in Mendelssohn’s Songs without Words Op. 19, 30, 38, 53, 62, 67, 85, and 102 on this double CD.