Renate Tsuyako Rohlfing

Renate Tsuyako Rohlfing | USA

Winner of the Sonderpreis Klavier at the 2016 Internationaler Wettbewerb für Liedkunst Stuttgart, Renate Tsuyako Rohlfing’s performances have taken her to festivals and halls around the world, including Carnegie Hall, the Ravinia Festival, Amsterdam’s Muziekgebouw, London’s Royal Albert Hall, and the David Koch Theater at Lincoln Center.

Renate Tsuyako Rohlfing is known for “masterfully blending colors and crafting lyrical, breathing phrases” (New York Classical Review); and is a Second Prize winner of the Wigmore Hall Song Competition.

She has served as a resident pianist at prestigious festivals such as the Cincinnati May Festival under the baton of James Conlon, and was invited for four seasons to return to The Ravinia Festival in Chicago. Recent and upcoming highlights include engagements at the National Gallery of Art, Wigmore Hall, Schloss Elmau, and the Isabella Gardner Museum; recitals with baritone Äneas Humm at Musikfest Bremen, Schloss Bellevue, and Beethoven Haus Bonn; with a return to music staff at Spoleto Festival USA.

Renate Tsuyako Rohlfing loves animals, is a native of Honolulu, Hawaii, and a graduate of The Juilliard School.


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