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19 November 2018

Concert Imagine

Nagoya, Aichi, Japan


19 January 2019

International Classical Concerts of the Desert

Rancho Mirage, California


25 January 2019

ARTS San Antonio

San Antonio, Texas


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Recent News

  • Always a Winner: Cliburn Silver Medalist Kenny Broberg returns to Cowtown for an interesting program of well- and lesser-known works - Broberg, 25, is a son of the American Heartland, educated in Houston and Kansas City, but he is definitely worthy of the international spotlight—just like the namesake of this recital series, who also happened to be a son of the Heartland. With this concert, Broberg demonstrated a blazing intellect, impeccable technical skills, and the ability to build a strikingly imaginative and intelligent program.
  • Filling in Due to Flu, Kenny Broberg Shines in Minnesota Orchestra Concerto Debut - February 26, 2018 – "One obvious feature of his playing was the bright, pearly tone quality. It animated the glimmering cascades of notes in the piano’s flamboyant opening gestures and put a bright smile on the many episodes of silvery trilling that Beethoven asks for in the concerto." [...]
  • Kenny to Replace André Watts in Minnesota Orchestra Concerts This Weekend! - February 21, 2018 – Pianist Kenny Broberg will replace André Watts as the featured soloist in both Minnesota Orchestra concerts this weekend. Mr. Watts is ill with the flu and unfortunately unable to perform. [...]
  • Exquisite Economy: A Recital by Kenny Broberg - January 24, 2018 – "With a spellbound audience still in thrall, Kenny Broberg raised his hands away from the keyboard, Sunday afternoon, January 21 at Le Petit Trianon, having just executed a titanic rendition of the Liszt Sonata in B Minor that immediately garnered a paroxysm of praise. Mr. Broberg appeared under the auspices of the Steinway Society the Bay Area in music by Franck, Bach, Debussy, and Liszt, in which each selection demonstrated the structural economy of imaginative materials, deftly transfigured into brilliant keyboard vehicles." [...]