Piotr Anderszewski is regarded as one of the outstanding musicians of his generation.
In recent seasons he has given recitals at London's Barbican Centre and Royal Festival Hall, the Wiener Konzerthaus, Carnegie Hall New York and the Mariinsky Concert Hall in St Petersburg. His collaborations with orchestra have included appearances with the Berlin Philharmonic, the Chicago and London Symphony orchestras, the Philadelphia Orchestra and the Orchestra of the Royal Concertgebouw. He has also given many performances directing from the keyboard, with orchestras such as the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Sinfonia Varsovia and Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen.
Piotr Anderszewski has been an exclusive artist with Warner Classics/Erato (previously Virgin Classics) since 2000. His first disc for the label was Beethoven's Diabelli Variations, which went on to receive a number of prizes including a Choc du Monde de la Musique and an ECHO Klassik award. His affinity with the music of his compatriot Szymanowski is captured in a highly-praised recording of the composer's solo piano works, which received the Classic FM Gramophone Award in 2006 for best instrumental disc. A release of solo works by Robert Schumann received an ECHO Klassik award in 2011 and two BBC Music Magazine awards in 2012, including ‘Recording of the Year’. The latest addition to Anderszewski’s discography is a critically-acclaimed CD featuring Bach’s English Suites Nos 1, 3 and 5, which received the Gramophone award for best instrumental disc and an ECHO Klassik award, both in 2015.
Recognised for the intensity and originality of his interpretations, Piotr Anderszewski has been singled out for a number high profile awards throughout his career, including the prestigious Gilmore award, given every four years to a pianist of exceptional talent.
He has also been the subject of two award-winning documentaries by the film maker Bruno Monsaingeon for ARTE. The first of these, Piotr Anderszewski plays the Diabelli Variations (2001) explores Anderszewski's particular relationship with Beethoven's opus 120, whilst the second, Piotr Anderszewski, Unquiet Traveller (2008) is an unusual artist portrait, capturing Anderszewski's reflections on music, performance and his Polish-Hungarian roots.
In the 2015-16 season Anderszewski will appear with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, the Bayerischer Rundfunk Sinfonieorchester and the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, as well as performing in Austria and Switzerland with the Camerata Salzburg and Lausanne Chamber Orchestra. In recital he can be heard at the Lucerne Festival at the Piano, the Enescu Festival in Bucharest, the Leipzig Gewandhaus, Berlin Philharmonie, London’s Wigmore Hall and New York’s Lincoln Center.