Following acclaimed concerts at Aspen, Interlochen and Saratoga Festivals this summer, Randall Goosby makes two significant European debuts in August. On 17 August he performs Chevalier de Saint-Georges Concerto No.9 at the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam with the Antwerp Symphony Orchestra under their Chief Conductor, Elim Chan. His debut at the Lucerne Festival then follows on 23 August where he will perform in recital with pianist Anna Han, presenting a programme of works by Dvořák, Grant Still and Grieg.
Highlights of Randall’s upcoming season will include performances with London Philharmonic Orchestra (Alpesh Chauhan), Philharmonia Orchestra (Santtu-Matias Rouvali), The Philadelphia Orchestra (Yannick Nezet-Seguin), San Francisco Symphony (Esa-Pekka Salonen), Los Angeles Philharmonic (Dalia Stasevska) and Dallas Symphony Orchestra (Karina Canellakis), as well as debuts in South Korea and Japan.
The sensitivity and intensity of Randall’s musicianship enthral and inspire audiences. His determined commitment to education and social engagement, as well as his championing of work by under-represented composers, are the hallmark of a young artist genuinely making positive change on behalf of inclusion and accessibility in the world of music and the creative arts.
Signed to Decca, his debut recital album, Roots, was highly acclaimed.