Daniel Maltz - Fortepiano Concert
Enjoy Haydn's and Mozart’s piano works performed as they intended them to be heard — in a historic house on a period instrument.
During the Classical era in Vienna, composers expected their keyboard music to entertain relatively small audiences in more intimate settings than today’s large concert halls. And, the era’s pianos (known as “fortepianos”) are very different from modern Steinways.
Campbell House Museum is offering you this unique chance to experience the Classical era in the Blue Ballroom, so get your tickets now!
Fortepianist Daniel Adam Maltz is based in Vienna and studied Historical Performance at the Royal Academy of Music in London and at Vienna’s University for Music and Performing Arts. He performs on historic Viennese fortepianos, utilizing the vast range of tones, colours, and techniques familiar to Classical-era composers.
This performance will take place in the Ballroom on the second floor of the museum, accessible only by stairs. Washrooms are located inside the museum at the basement level. The venue does not have an elevator.
About Daniel Maltz
Daniel Adam Maltz is a fortepianist based in Vienna, Austria. He is in demand worldwide with 50+ tour dates per year as a sought-after soloist, chamber musician, Lieder accompanist, and clinician. He hosts Classical Cake, the podcast about Viennese classical music and culture.
Daniel specializes in Wiener Klassik — Viennese Classicism — especially the works of Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven. He performs on the Viennese fortepianos of their time. He studied historical performance at the Royal Academy of Music in London and the Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Vienna. Additionally, Daniel studied privately with Ingomar Rainer and Andreas Staier.