Described as “one of the most natural performers one is likely to hear on a classical music stage these days” by the Washington Post, Jean Rondeau is a real ambassador for his instrument. His outstanding talent and approach to harpsichord repertoire have been critically acclaimed, marking him out as one of today’s leading harpsichordists.
In the 20/21 season, Jean Rondeau makes his debut at the Wiener Konzerthaus playing a solo recital in a Bach and Scarlatti programme. He also debuts at Konzerthaus Dortmund and returns to Köln Philharmonie, Bachfest Leipzig as well as playing Poulenc’s Concerto Champêtre at the Essen Philharmonie. Rondeau also continues his various collaborations with his chamber music partners: this season includes several recitals in duo with lutenist Thomas Dunford and concerts as an active member of ensembles Nevermind and Jasmin Toccata. He also performs with the Jupiter ensemble at the Seine Musicale and tours in June 2021 his Bach Dynasty project with his own ensemble, play-conducting.