Tom McIntosh

Born in Washington D.C., Thomas McIntosh made his concerto debut with the National Symphony Orchestra at the age of twelve and his New York debut at the age of sixteen. A Martha Baird Rockefeller award enabled him to enter the Juilliard School of Music, where he studied conducting with Jean Morel, piano with Edward Steuermann, and choral conducting with Frederick Prausnitz.

First prize winner of the International Kranichstein competition, Germany, for the performance of contempory music, and a prizewinner of the Ferruccio Busoni competition, Bolzano, Italy, Mr McIntosh has performed hundreds of concerts on four continents, and in more than seventy countries of the world

Thomas McIntosh’s 2006 engagements included concerts in

Tokyo, Japan

The Old School, Hadleigh

Krasnoyarsk, Siberia

Suffolk, United Kingdom

Girona and Barcelona, Spain.

 

Sample Programmes

I
Beethoven
Sonata E Op 109
Beethoven
Sonata A-flat Op110
Beethoven
Sonata C minor Op111

II
Chopin
Andante spianato & Grand
Polonaise Op22
Chopin
12 Etudes Opl0
Chopin
3 Posthumous Etudes
Chopin
12 Etudes 0p25

III
Beethoven
Sonata B-flat Op106
Hammerklavier
Beethoven
Diabeli Variations Op120