Pianist Stephen Gosling enjoys a varied career as soloist and chamber musician with a particular focus on the music of our time. He earned his bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees at The Juilliard School, where he was awarded the Mennin Prize and Sony Elevated Standards Fellowship, and appeared as concerto soloist on an unprecedented four occasions. He is a member of New York New Music Ensemble, Talea Ensemble, Orchestra of the League of Composers, Perspectives Ensemble, and Ne(x)tworks, and has appeared as guest artist with The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, Orpheus, Orchestra of St. Luke’s, St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, eighth blackbird, American Composers Orchestra, and Chamber Orchestra of Europe, among many others. He frequently performs in the Lincoln Center, Mostly Mozart, and June in Buffalo festivals. His work has garnered critical acclaim, including a New York Times profile. Mr. Gosling has collaborated with composers including Pierre Boulez, Elliott Carter, Brian Ferneyhough, Oliver Knussen, Steve Reich, Poul Ruders, Charles Wuorinen, and John Zorn, with whom he has performed worldwide over the past two seasons and released several recent recordings (including the 2015 Pulitzer Prize-nominated Hexentarot); John Psathas, whose music he has recorded on two award-winning albums and whose concerto Three Psalms he premiered with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra; and Jorge Villavicencio Grossman, whose Piano Concerto he recently premiered with the National Symphony Orchestra of Peru. Upcoming projects include performances at the Autumn in Warsaw contemporary music festival and Sarajevo Chamber Music Festival, a recital of John Zorn entire solo piano-output at Brooklyn’s Original Music Workshop in October, and the principal piano part in Boulez’s Sur Incises at Zankel Hall in December, led by James Levine. Mr. Gosling’s performances with Philharmonic musicians include Daniel Bjarnason’s Bow to String, during the November 2014 CONTACT! “Hosted by John Adams” at SubCulture.