Concert pianist, David Rothman, is a virtuoso when it comes to performing the complete great works of piano repertoire. In 2002, he played from memory all the Beethoven sonatas in a period of five weeks. In 2015, he performed the complete works of Frédéric Chopin. With accompanist, Michael Barnes, he has also played twelve concertos, including the Brahms Concerto #2 and Schumann Concerto in A minor.
Now David Rothman tackles all of the piano sonatas of the great Classical composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
David Rothman was born in Toronto, Canada in 1962. When he was two, his family moved to Los Angeles. At 6, Mr. Rothman began to study piano, and at ten, he was accepted into the Menuhin School in England. Nadia Boulanger was among the panel who accepted Mr. Rothman into the school. At 17, he was accepted into the Curtis Institute where he studied with Mieczyslaw Horszowski.