[INTERVIEW] Radio New Zealand - 2013 Wallace Piano Comp winner back in town

2013 Wallace Piano Comp winner back in town

From Upbeat, 1:00 pm on 29 July 2019

2013 Wallace National Piano Competition winner Jason Bae is back in the country performing in Wellington tonight and Auckland next week.

Pianist Jason Bae & HRH Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, United Kingdom. Photo: Associated Press

Pianist Jason Bae & HRH Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, United Kingdom. Photo: Associated Press

Jason Bae has been described as “an enterprising, exploratory and heroic performer” and he’s bringing that flair to the concert hall this week and next performing works by Berg, Grieg and Dutilleux.

In 2016 he was appointed as a Steinway Artist, the first New Zealander to be given that title.

He talks with David Morriss about his success, being back in New Zealand and what it was like meeting Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex.

Jason is performing tonight at the Cathedral of St Paul in Wellington at 5.40pm and next week at the Bentley Showroom on Great North Road in Auckland on August 8.

[INTERVIEW] Brilliant young pianist Jason Bae returns - Radio New Zealand Concert

From Upbeat, 1:40 pm on 20 March 2018

New Zealand’s only Steinway artist Jason Bae returns from his studies at the Royal Academy to give a recital tour of the country. Jason was the youngest ever concerto soloist with the Auckland Philharmonic Orchestra at the Starlight Symphony in the Park. The brilliant young pianist has finished his Master of Music at London's Royal Academy and is noted as one to watch.

[RADIO] 2012 Jason Bae Debut Recital - Radio New Zealand

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For those of you who missed Jason's sold-out debut recital at Auckland Town Hall on 25 September 2012, here is your chance to listen again via online broadcast by Radio New Zealand Concert.

8:00pm 05 May 2013 (NZT)

Jason Bae (pno)

CHOPIN: Preludes Op 28; BACH trans Busoni: Chaconne, from Violin Partita No 2 in D minor; RACHMANINOV: Piano Sonata No 2 in Bb minor Op 36; Prelude in G# minor Op 32/12; Polichinelle Op 3/4 (recorded in the Auckland Town Hall by RNZ)