Meet Reed Tetzloff!

Name: Reed Tetzlofftetzloff
Originally from: United States
Last school attended: Mannes College
Notable performance:  “Best Recital in the Semifinal Round” at the 2013 Tbilisi International Piano Competition

Reed Tetzloff, a fourth-year undergraduate at Mannes College, made his Lincoln Center debut during the 2011-2012 season with the Mannes Orchestra conducted by David Hayes at Alice Tully Hall. He gave his New York solo recital debut at Merkin Hall in November 2012, as the winner of Mannes’ Nadia Reisenberg Competition.

Mr. Tetzloff has performed concerti with the Lake Superior Chamber Orchestra, the Mississippi Valley and Minnesota Orchestras, the Queens and Tbilisi Symphonies, and the Wayzata Symphony Orchestra.

Mr. Tetzloff recently won Third Prize and a Special Prize for “Best Recital in the Semifinal Round” in the 2013 Tbilisi International Piano Competition, and has taken First Prizes in the Beijing International Music Festival and Academy Concerto Competition, the American Protégé, and Bradshaw and Buono International Competitions, – resulting in two performances at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Hall – and Second Prize at the Schimmel International Competition, in a year when First Prize was not awarded.  He was voted Audience Favorite in the first and semifinal rounds at the 2013 World Piano Competition, and was a finalist in the New York Concert Artists and Associates Carnegie Hall Debut Auditions.  In 2011, he won a Special Prize in the Wideman International Piano Competition, and in 2008, was the Third Prize winner in the National Finals of the Music Teacher’s National Association Piano Competition.

He has appeared on From the Top, and has had performances aired on Minnesota Public Radio and WQXR New York Classical Music Radio.


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