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Jack Kurutz

Pianist for Ensembles

Boston Modern Orchestra Project Inc

HQ Phone:  (781) 324-0396

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Boston Modern Orchestra Project Inc

376 Washington Street

Malden, Massachusetts,02148

United States

Company Description

Founded by Artistic Director Gil Rose, BMOP is widely recognized as the premier orchestra in the United States dedicated exclusively to commissioning, performing and recording new orchestral music. Since its inception in 1996, BMOP has commissioned new works a...more

Background Information

Employment History

Pianist

Jack Kurutz


Faculty

The Pittsburgh Music Academy , Inc.


Teaching Position

Carnegie Mellon University


Pianist

Simons Center for the Arts Recital Hall


Pianist

Piccolo Spoleto Festival


Affiliations

University of Pittsburgh

Member of the Ensemble-In-Residence, IonSound Project


Living Room Chamber Music Project

Member


Education

Artist Diploma

Carnegie Mellon University


Master of Music

New England Conservatory


undergraduate degree

University of Miami


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Biography - Jack Kurutz, Pianist

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Jack Kurutz, Pianist
Jack Kurutz is an avid recitalist and chamber musician and advocate of contemporary music. During his studies at New England Conservatory of Music, Kurutz was the pianist for ensembles including the Boston Modern Orchestra Project, the Harvard Group for New Music, the Callithumpian Consort, Enchanted Circle, the Honors Wind Quintet, the Honors Brass Quintet, and a piano trio coached by Stephen Drury. Kurutz appeared as soloist with the Pittsburgh Philharmonic performing Rachmaninoff's Second Piano Concerto in May of 2011. He is also a founding member of the Living Room Chamber Music Project, and is the newest member of the University of Pittsburgh's ensemble-in-residence, IonSound Project. Kurutz has appeared as recitalist and chamber musician in the cities of Salzburg (Austria), New York, Boston, Chicago, Atlanta, Miami, and Charleston (South Carolina). Kurutz has performed in master classes of Earl Wild, Ilana Vered, Sergey Schepkin, Alexander Korsantia, and Randall Hodgkinson. In 2005, Kurutz completed an Artist Diploma from Carnegie Mellon University. In September 2007, Kurutz won First Prize, Artist Division, in the Liszt-Garrison International Piano Competition sponsored by the Baltimore-Washington Chapter of the American Liszt Society. Additionally, he was awarded a prize for the best interpretation of a Franz Liszt composition. He was a finalist in the 2009 Simone Belsky Competition and the 2010 Steinway Society of Massachusetts Competition.


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Jack Kurutz, Pianist
A native of New York, Jack Kurutz is an avid recitalist, chamber musician, and advocate of contemporary classical music. He is a founding member of the Living Room Chamber Music Project, which aims to make live music accessible and enjoyable by bringing performances from the concert stage into the home. Mr. Kurutz received his undergraduate degree from the University of Miami, studying with Ivan Davis, and earned his Master of Music from New England Conservatory in Gabriel Chodos' studio. In 2005, Kurutz completed an Artist Diploma from Carnegie Mellon University, and currently coaches with Ralph Zitterbart. In September 2007, Mr. Kurutz won First Prize, Artist Division, in the Liszt-Garrison International Piano Competition sponsored by the Baltimore-Washington Chapter of the American Liszt Society. Additionally, he was awarded a prize for the best interpretation of a Franz Liszt composition. He was a finalist in the 2009 Simone Belsky Competition and the 2010 Steinway Society of Massachusetts Competition. In addition to teaching a private studio, he currently serves on the faculty at the Pittsburgh Music Academy and holds a teaching position at the Carnegie Mellon University Preparatory School.


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Jack Kurutz, Pianist
A native of New York, Jack Kurutz is an avid recitalist, chamber musician, and advocate of contemporary classical music. During his studies at New England Conservatory of Music, Kurutz was pianist for ensembles including the Boston Modern Orchestra Project, the Harvard Group for New Music, the Callithumpian Consort, Enchanted Circle, the Honors Wind Quintet, the Honors Brass Quintet, and a piano trio coached by Stephen Drury. Mr. Kurutz appeared as soloist with the Pittsburgh Philharmonic performing Rachmaninoff's Second Piano Concerto in May of 2011 under the baton of Maestro Walter Morales. He is also a founding member of the Living Room Chamber Music Project, which aims to make live music accessible and enjoyable by bringing performances from the concert stage into the home. Upcoming performances include a solo recital for the Tuesday Musical Club of Pittsburgh, and concerts with the University of Pittsburgh's ensemble-in-residence, IonSound Project. Please visit the Calendar of Events Page for more information. Mr. Kurutz has appeared as recitalist and chamber musician in the cities of Montecastello di Vibio (Italy), Salzburg (Austria), New York, Boston, Chicago, Atlanta, Miami, and Charleston, South Carolina. Kurutz has performed in master classes of John Perry, Earl Wild, Ilana Vered, Sergey Schepkin, Alexander Korsantia, and Randall Hodgkinson. Mr. Kurutz received his undergraduate degree from the University of Miami, studying with Ivan Davis, and earned his Master of Music from New England Conservatory in Gabriel Chodos' studio. In 2005, Kurutz completed an Artist Diploma from Carnegie Mellon University, and currently coaches with Ralph Zitterbart. In September 2007, Mr. Kurutz won First Prize, Artist Division, in the Liszt-Garrison International Piano Competition sponsored by the Baltimore-Washington Chapter of the American Liszt Society. Additionally, he was awarded a prize for the best interpretation of a Franz Liszt composition. He was a finalist in the 2009 Simone Belsky Competition and the 2010 Steinway Society of Massachusetts Competition. In addition to teaching a private studio, he currently serves on the faculty at the Pittsburgh Music Academy and holds a teaching position at the Carnegie Mellon University Preparatory School.


Jack Kurutz, Pianist - Home

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Jack Kurutz, Pianist
A native of New York, Jack Kurutz is an avid recitalist, chamber musician, and advocate of contemporary classical music. During his studies at New England Conservatory of Music, Kurutz was pianist for ensembles including the Boston Modern Orchestra Project, the Harvard Group for New Music, the Callithumpian Consort, Enchanted Circle, the Honors Wind Quintet, the Honors Brass Quintet, and a piano trio coached by Stephen Drury. Mr. Kurutz appeared as soloist with the Pittsburgh Philharmonic performing Rachmaninoff's Second Piano Concerto in May of 2011 under the baton of Maestro Walter Morales. He is also a founding member of the Living Room Chamber Music Project, which aims to make live music accessible and enjoyable by bringing performances from the concert stage into the home. Upcoming performances include a solo recital for the Tuesday Musical Club of Pittsburgh, and concerts with the University of Pittsburgh's ensemble-in-residence, IonSound Project. Please visit the Calendar of Events Page for more information. Mr. Kurutz has appeared as recitalist and chamber musician in the cities of Montecastello di Vibio (Italy), Salzburg (Austria), New York, Boston, Chicago, Atlanta, Miami, and Charleston, South Carolina. Kurutz has performed in master classes of John Perry, Earl Wild, Ilana Vered, Sergey Schepkin, Alexander Korsantia, and Randall Hodgkinson. Mr. Kurutz received his undergraduate degree from the University of Miami, studying with Ivan Davis, and earned his Master of Music from New England Conservatory in Gabriel Chodos' studio. In 2005, Kurutz completed an Artist Diploma from Carnegie Mellon University under Enrique Graf, and currently coaches with Ralph Zitterbart. In September 2007, Mr. Kurutz won First Prize, Artist Division, in the Liszt-Garrison International Piano Competition sponsored by the Baltimore-Washington Chapter of the American Liszt Society. Additionally, he was awarded a prize for the best interpretation of a Franz Liszt composition. He was a finalist in the 2009 Simone Belsky Competition and the 2010 Steinway Society of Massachusetts Competition. In addition to teaching a private studio, he currently serves on the faculty at the Pittsburgh Music Academy and holds a teaching position at the Carnegie Mellon University Preparatory School.


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Jack Kurutz is an avid recitalist and chamber musician with a diverse repertoire.
In Boston, Kurutz worked with the Boston Modern Orchestra Project, Harvard Group for New Music, Callithumpian Consort, Enchanted Circle, Honors Wind and Brass Quintets, and a piano trio coached by Stephen Drury. At Carnegie Mellon University, Kurutz presented Bartok's Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion and gave the Pittsburgh premieres of John Adams' Hallelujah Junction and Grand Pianola Music. Kurutz received his undergraduate degree from the University of Miami, studying with Ivan Davis. In 2005, Kurutz completed an Artist Diploma from Carnegie Mellon University under Enrique Graf. Kurutz currently coaches with Ralph Zitterbart. In September 2007, Kurutz won First Prize in the William Garrison Piano Competition sponsored by the Baltimore-Washington Chapter of the American Liszt Society. Additionally, he was awarded a prize for the best interpretation of a Franz Liszt composition. He was also a finalist in the 2009 Simone Belsky Competition. Jack and Jonathan- we are indebted to you for your hard work and commitment to this project.


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