Thomas A. Giles
Possessing “all the colors of the orchestra” (Heidelberg Zeitung) and “...agility like a singer in the high register” (Badische Zeitung), Thomas Giles has gained notoriety as a specialist in daredevil repertoire, often the first to present revival performances of works long regarded as unplayable. In a tour-de-force debut at Carnegie Hall, Giles was called a “splendid performer with…wonderful life and spirit” by Pulitzer Prize Winner Charles Wuorinen, and “at once sensitive, nuanced, brash, and daring; all depending on the demands of the music,” by composer David Ludwig of the Curtis Institute. He has been acclaimed in DownBeat Magazine, broadcasted nation-wide on NPR’s Performance Today, and heard in concert halls across the United States and Europe.
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