JEROME ROSE, hailed as “the Last Romantic of our own age” and one of America’s most distinguished pianists, has been heard in major concert halls across five continents. A Gold Medalist from the International Busoni Competition, Mr. Rose began his international career while still in his early twenties. His catalogue of critically acclaimed recordings are released on Medici Classics.
Mr. Rose’s recordings of Franz Liszt for Vox were awarded the Grand Prix du Disque from the Liszt Society of Budapest, and the Ministry of Culture of Hungary conferred on him the Franz Liszt Medal for organizing the comprehensive Liszt Centennial Celebration in Washington D.C. in 1986.
Jerome Rose has appeared with such orchestras as the Berlin Philharmonic, Munich Philharmonic, London Philharmonic and Royal Philharmonic. In addition he has been soloist with most major U. S. orchestras. Mr. Rose tours worldwide in recital and masterclass appearances and is in demand as a juror at international competitions.
A graduate of the Mannes College of Music and the Juilliard School of Music, Jerome Rose studied with Leonard Shure and Rudolf Serkin at Marlboro. He is on the Faculty of the Mannes School of Music, and is Founder/Director of the International Keyboard Institute & Festival held every summer in New York City.
Mr. Rose was awarded an Honorary Doctorate in Music from the State University of New York for his lifetime achievement in music.