An internationally acclaimed solo and chamber artist, pianist Thomas Osuga continues to garner accolades for everything from his “legendary sight-reading abilities” to his “prodigious talent.” As founder and artistic director of Aurista Chamber Music, he has distinguished himself in residencies at New York University, Youngstown State University in Ohio, and the Interactive Media Performing Arts Collaborative Technology (IMPACT). Piano Co-Chair of the New School for Music at Mannes College, he is also the Managing Artistic Director of The Alexander & Buono Festival of Music.
An enthusiastic advocate of new music, Mr. Osuga is known for collaborations with composers from around the world, among them Eleanor Cory, Youngmi Ha, Steven Sacco, David Loeb and Robert Rollins, who dedicated “Intermezzo,” based on composer Victor Ullmann’s opera Emperor of Atlantis, to him. Mr. Osuga, in addition to curatorial duties for concert series, also adjudicates for many music festivals and competitions.
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