ROMAN RABINOVICH recently performed Mendelssohn’s First Piano Concerto with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra; Rachmaninoff’s Third with the KBS Orchestra; Brahms’s First with Szczecin Philharmonic; Beethoven’s Emperor with the Israel Philharmonic; Bernstein’s The Age of Anxiety with Orquestra Sinfónica do Porto Casa da Música; and Bartok’s Second with the Dohnanyi Symphony in Budapest. He made his Israel Philharmonic debut under Zubin Mehta at age ten, having immigrated to Israel a year before from Uzbekistan. His recent recital engagements include the Washington Performing Arts Society, Vancouver Recital Society, Houston Society for the Performing Arts, Philip Lorenz Memorial Piano Series, Chopin Society in St. Paul, Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall and Walter Reade Theatre, and the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama. He has performed in Leipzig’s Gewandhaus, London’s Wigmore Hall, the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory, Cité de la Musique in Paris, and the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage. A composer as well, Mr. Rabinovich often includes his own music in his recital programs. Winner of the 12th Arthur Rubenstein International Piano Master Competition, he was the first of three young pianists to be championed by András Schiff, who selected him for his Building Bridges series in Zurich’s Tonhalle, Ruhr Piano Festival, and New York’s SubCulture. His recordings include volume one of the complete Haydn Piano Sonatas and ballets by Ravel, Prokofiev, and Stravinsky.