Pianist

Nathan gives regular recitals of repertoire from the Germanic Classical and Romantic tradition, as well as 20th century and contemporary music, with a particular slant on British and American composers. Nathan has performed at many of the world’s leading venues and festivals, and collaborated with artists including Claire Bloom, Guy Johnston, Nicola Benedetti, James Gilchrist, the Allegri and Sacconi Quartets, as well as working alongside numerous living composers in performances of their work. Since 2016 Nathan has been a member of the renowned new music ensemble Piano Circus, artists-in-residence at Brunel University London, who have commissioned over 100 new works in their 30-year history. His recordings of British and American piano music for SOMM have been widely acclaimed.

Current projects include:

  • ‘100 Years of British Song’, an ongoing recording and performance project with tenor James Gilchrist, including three CDs of British song for SOMM Recordings.
  • A series of concerts staged by the Southwold Music Trust in St. Edmund’s Church, Southwold, with violinists Magnus and Marije Johnston to socially distanced audiences and live streaming online is re-starting after the latest lockdown restrictions with concerts on Tuesday 22nd June and Tuesday 6th July. These concerts also feature specially tailored, online music education events for Southwold Primary School. For more information please visit the Southwold Music Trust homepage.
  • In October 2021 Nathan will feature as a performer in the Alwyn Music Festival, collaborating with artists including James Gilchrist, the Gildas Quartet and pianist Alexander Karpeyev
  • From late 2021 to 2022 Nathan will be a recording major piano works by the composer Malcolm Lipkin and Christopher Brown for Lyrita