Designated by Pianiste magazine as one of the ten most gifted French pianists of his generation, David Bismuth is praised by critics for his luminous and profound playing, where the science of architecture and the poetry of timbre are combined.
He has also participated in numerous festivals: La Roque d’Anthéron, Radio France – Montpellier, Piano aux Jacobins, Nohant Festival Chopin, La Chaise Dieu, Colmar, Saintes, Menton, Piano in Lyon, L’Esprit du piano in Bordeaux, La Folle Journée (Nantes and Warsaw), the Gstaad Menuhin Festival, the BBC Hay Festival, the Palazzetto Bru Zane in Venice or Villa Medici in Rome, Dom Muzyki in Moscow…
In 2017, two new albums were added to his discography: the first for solo piano, dedicated to “Beethoven and his masters”, published by AmeSon (”ffff” by Télérama). The second, “Paris 1900”, in duo with violinist Geneviève Laurenceau, published by Naïve.
His last album "Beethoven et ses maîtres" is available since September 29th, 2017
"Paris 1900" recorded with the violinist Geneviève Laurenceau has been released in Autumn 2017