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My travels have taken me to nearly every major continent
in the capacities of a recitalist, soloist, chamber musician, recording
artist and competitor.

I received a baccalaureate from Eastman School. While earning a doctorate from Indiana University, I coached and studied under Menahem Pressler and Rostislav Dubinsky, Leonard Hokanson, Mario Feninger, Balint Vazsonyi and Michel Block, with numerous master class participations with Pinchas Zukerman, Gyorgy Sebök, James Tocco, Sequeira Costa and Elizabeth Schwarzkopf.

As a winner of several competitions, I competed in Moscow at the prestigious Tchaikovsky Competition and was a semifinalist at both the Beethoven Klavierwettbewerb in Vienna and the Pretoria Competition in South Africa.

In 1999, I gave a guest performance at the White House in Washington, DC by invitation of President Clinton and the fifty State Governors.

President Bill Clinton and Richard Bosworth

Richard Bosworth with President Bill Clinton at official state dinner, where Bosworth performed for all 50 Governors. Official White House photo


In 2005 I debuted the first interactive music program to combine internet resources and multi-media at Lincoln Center, New York.

In January of 2008, I performed for the Pianoforte Foundation, Chicago. The performance featured the music of Frederic Chopin and was broadcast live on WFMT. Other radio appearances have included WQXR (New York) and WGBH (Boston).

In addition to playing all the major repertory, I consider myself a champion of contemporary works, often premiering them at convention workshops. I also enjoy jazz and composition as part of my creative output.

I reside in Naples, Florida, where I teach and perform locally as a soloist and in chamber ensembles.

 

Domestic and International Appearances

  • Naples Philharmonic-Guest soloist
    Conductors, Keith Lockhart and Erich Kunzel

  • Regular guest appearances over the past 11 years in Naples, FL
    Naples Philharmonic Chamber Series

  • The White House – State Dinner
    Guest soloist and accompanist at the invitation of
    President William J. Clinton and the 50 State Governors

  • Hermann Prey, baritone – Personal Accompanist in the U.S.
    German and American Repertoire

  • Norwegian Foreign Ministry – South and North American Tour
    Brazil, Argentina, USA, Canada
    Chamber works by contemporary Norwegian composers for flute and piano

  • National Theatre
    Guest Accompanist, Opera Music Theater International (OMTI)
    in Washington, DC

  • Duo Recital with Torkil Bye
    Principal Flute, Oslo Philharmonic

  • Florida State University Performing Arts Series

  • Slovak Sinfonietta
    Conductor, Anthony Armoré

  • Concerto appearances in Zilina, Slovakia and Portland, OR
    Temporada Flautistica Internacional

  • Accompanist for several artists with standard flute repertoire in Lima, Peru

  • Columbia Symphony Orchestra
    Conductors, Anthony Armoré and John Trudeau

  • Concerto appearances in Portland, OR
    Filharmonica Sudecka
    Guest Conductor, Anthony Armoré

  • Concerto appearance in Walbrzych, Poland
    Vraza Philharmonic
    Guest Conductor, Anthony Armoré

  • Concerto appearance in Vraza, Bulgaria
    Yaquina Chamber Orchestra
    Conductor, Anthony Armoré

  • Concerto appearances in Newport, OR
    Charlotte Symphony Orchestra
    Conductor, Janita Hauk

  • Concerto appearances in Port Charlotte, FL
    Southeast Horn Convention

  • Accompanist for Michael Thompson and
    Eric Ruske at the University of Alabama
    Wigmore Hall
    Debut Recital in London, England

  • University of Alabama
    Performed solo, chamber music and composer symposium
    Member of Cadek Trio in Tuscaloosa, AL

    RADIO

  • Chamber performances WQXR-FM / New York, NY and
    WGBH-FM Radio / Boston, MA

    RECORDINGS

  • Colors: Music of James Stephenson
    Premiere of James Stephenson’s Sonata for Trumpet and Piano
    Recorded at Naples Philharmonic Center for the Arts

  • Inner Visions, Volume XIV, Society of Composers, Inc. (SCI)
    Premiere of James Paul Sain’s Dystopia for Alto/Soprano Saxophone and Piano
    Produced by Capstone Records

  • RETURNS: Pacific Northwest Composers from Central Europe
    Premiere of Klaus Cornell’s Réclère: Metaphor Piano for Piano and Orchestra
    Recorded by VDE Gallo Records of Switzerland

 

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