SHAI WOSNER has appeared with the major orchestras of Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas, Los Angeles, Milwaukee, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Ottawa, San Francisco, and Toronto. He has also appeared with the Orpheus, Saint Paul, and Los Angeles Chamber Orchestras, conducting the latter from the keyboard. Abroad, he has soloed with the BBC orchestras, Bournemouth Symphony, Frankfurt Radio Symphony, Gothenburg Symphony, Staatskapelle Berlin, and Vienna Philharmonic. His penchant for eclectic pairings was displayed this season when he toured with the East Coast Chamber Orchestra and performed a Mozart concerto alongside the world premiere of Christopher Cerrone’s Dissolving Margins, co-commissioned for him by the 92nd Street Y and the Albany and Phoenix Symphonies. Mr. Wosner has collaborated with ChamberFest Cleveland’s Orion Weiss, Martha Argerich, Martin Fröst, Lynn Harrell, Dietrich Henschel, Ralph Kirshbaum, Cho-Liang Lin, Christian Tetzlaff, and Pinchas Zukerman. Among his recordings is Impromptu, featuring a mix of improvisations and impromptus by composers from Beethoven and Schubert to Gershwin and Ives. Additional releases include concertos and capriccios by Haydn and Ligeti with the Danish National Symphony; solo works by Brahms and Schoenberg; and works by Schubert and Missy Mazzoli. He has recorded Beethoven’s complete sonatas and variations for cello and piano with Ralph Kirshbaum, and works by Bartók, Janáček, and Kurtág with longtime duo partner Jennifer Koh. He recently completed his recordings of Schubert’s last six sonatas.