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Cullan Bryant

Cullen Bryant, piano

Cullan Bryant is among the most active chamber and collaborative pianists in New York City, maintaining a schedule of over 50 recitals a year.

He has performed such artists as Emanuel Borok,  Oleh Krysa, Mikhail Kopelman, Midori, Sviatoslav Moroz, Peter Rejto, and members of the Almati, American, Arcata and Borromeo Quartets.  He has also appeared in recitals with members of the New York Philharmonic, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, the Orchestra of St. Luke's, the New York City Ballet Orchestra, the New Jersey Symphony, the Boston Symphony, and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra in such venues as Weill Recital Hall, Merkin Hall, Alice Tully Hall, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Detroit's Orchestra Hall. Mr. Bryant made his Carnegie Hall debut in 1992 in recital with violinist Patmore Lewis.

Mr. Bryant's festival appearances have included the Long Island Beethoven Festival where he performed 16 Beethoven piano sonatas in a 2-day marathon, the Serenates de Platja d'Aro and the Porta Ferrada festivals in Spain, the Chateau de la Napoule in France, the Lake Winnepesaukee Music Festival in New Hampshire, the Palm Beach Invitational Series in Florida, and the Shandelee Piano Festival in New York, among many, many others.

Cullan Bryant began playing the piano at age two, giving his first public recital at age six. At eleven he toured campuses in his native Arkansas and in Texas including several televised recitals. His prizes and awards include the Leschetizky International Competition, the National Arts Club of New York, the Memphis Beethoven Competition, the Miami Arts Competition, and a certificate of outstanding citizenship from Arkansas Governor Frank White. His college studies were with Robert Goldsand and Artur Balsam. In July of 2002 he toured Japan in recitals with violinist Midori.

This is Cullan Bryant's seventh appearance in the series since 1998 and we are pleased to welcome him back.