More and more the German pianist Florian Glemser is establishing himself in the concert life. Invitation to piano recitals and performances with orchestras have brought him to most of Germany’s renowned concert halls (Konzerthaus Berlin, Laeiszhalle Hamburg, Hercules Hall Munich, and many more) and to venues in European countries, such as the Wigmore Hall in London, the Stefaniensaal in Graz or the Bruckner house in Linz.
At only seven years he gave his concert debut, his orchestra debut followed in 2007 with the Philharmonic Orchestra Würzburg as the soloist of George Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue”: a coincidence that could not be more fitting. Glemser, also a passionate fan of Jazz, made a name for himself in his youth as a Jazz pianist. He won the soloist prize by the Jazz initiative Würzburg and toured across Europe with its Big Band.
Chamber music and song accompaniment have influenced Glemser’s artistic self-image. Together with his wife Franziska Glemser he gave concerts as a piano duo at well-known festivals. His work as a chamber musician in various formations have gained him competition winnings, broadcasting recordings and concerts at home and abroad.
CD’S of Florian Glemser have been released by Ars Produktion, Organe Phon and OehmsClassics.