JOSEPH

PETRIC

Welcome, Bienvenue!

Joseph Petric’s legendary performances have changed the way the accordion is understood and perceived by generations of international concert audiences. Appearing in North American, Europe, Asia and the Middle East in venues such as IRCAM, Wigmore Hall, Kennedy Center and Seiji Ozawa Hall, his performances have been hailed by the Los Angeles Times as “sheer brilliance”, London’s Musical Opinion for “astonishing bravura” and from Berlin “...brilliant...unbelievably subtle...” Klassik.com

RECORDINGS

SCHUBERT WINTERREISE

Chamber Version

Christoph Prégardien (Tenor)

Joseph Petric (Accordion)

Pentaèdre Quintet


EROSONIC

Mystery Theatre

Joseph Petric (Accordion)

David Mott (Baritone Saxophone)

DUO PETRIC • FORGET

JS BACH 

6 Trio Sonatas | BMV 525 • 530

Joseph Petric (Accordion)

Normand Forget (Oboe)


“astonishing bravura…”

– Musical Opinion London

ENSEMBLES

Bellows & Brass


“…superb, eye-popping playing.”

– American Record Guide

Petric Forget Duo


“…an audience’s delight…mesmerizing…a subtle seduction.”

– Phillips Gallery Washington

Baroque Postcards


“…astonishing…shimmering… brilliant in its rigour.”

–Cyber Reporter Montreal

PERFORMANCES

Montréal

TOKYO

London

Jerusalem

Brussels

Wigmore Hall

Berlin

Gdansk

“A glittering exhibit”

– Chicago Tribune

GALLERY

“dizzying… elaborate… riveting…” 

– Gramophone, London

CEE

Canadian

Electronic 

Ensemble

… External Affairs Canada, The Svenska Reikskonzerter and the late Toronto philanthropist Roger Moore. 

 

Joseph Petric portrait:  © Bo Huang.   Accordion photos: ©  Will Meijer.   Roy Thomson Hall photos: Lisa Horvat.

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COMMUNICATIONS 

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