On June 8-10 2012, Claudio played three concerts in Washington with Christoph Eschenbach and the National Symphony Orchestra. Read here a review from the Washington Post about the event and Claudio's performance of the Lalo Concerto and here a review from the Baltimore Sun. Next stop of this tour will be Mexico City on June 13th.
On Tuesday, May 22nd, Claudio Bohórquez and three of his colleagues at the Hochschule für Musik in Stuttgart will perform the Piano Quartet no. 1 in G Minor op. 25 by Johannes Brahms. Have a look at this interesting concert! Click here.
On May 10th 2012, Claudio Bohórquez follows a short notice invitation to play Tchaikovsky Rococo Variations at the International Music Festival in Yaroslavl, with artistic director Yuri Bashmet & Moscow Soloists. More info
Following three concerts in Washington, D.C. June 7-9 2012, Claudio Bohórquez will be touring through South America with the National Symphony Orchestra and Christoph Eschenbach. The tour will take them to Mexico City, Lima, Montevideo, Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paolo.
On March 9th, Claudio Bohórquez spoke with WDR3 TonArt about his experiences as professor, student and soloist. Listen here to the complete interview.
On april 17th, Claudio Bohórquez will perform a concert in memoriam Boris Pergamenschikow together with musicians like Julian Steckel, Caspar Frantz, Katia Skanavi at Konzerthaus Berlin. Ludwig van Beethoven's sonatas for piano and violoncello will be played.
April 24th-29th, Claudio Bohórquez will perform in several concerts at Jerusalem International Chamber Music Festival INTONATIONS in the Jewish Museum Berlin. Together with musicians like Carolin Widman, Hélène Grimaud, Elena Bashkirova and Daniel Barenboim works of Mozart, Prokofieff and Schostakowitsch and many more will be played. more info
On February 24th 2012, Claudio Bohórquez will perform a sonata and a trio by Brahms with Shirley Brill (clarinet) and Jonathan Aner (piano). more info
Together with musicians like Daniel Hope, Lars Vogt, Baiba Skride, Heinrich Schiff and many more Claudio Bohórquez is appointed member of TONALi Grand Prix’s artistic advisory board. The TONALi competition was held first in 2010 and is a platform for young, high-talented instrumentalists who strive for a solistic career. more info