Edward Rosser

Edward Rosser pursues an active and varied career as soloist, accompanist, and teacher. He earned his master’s degree in piano performance from Boston University, following a decade of studies with the eminent pianist and teacher Anthony di Bonaventura, from whom he learned the Vengerova Technique of piano playing. His debut recording for Connoisseur Society, Visions of Beyond : Late and Last Piano Works, was named one of the best recordings of 2010 by MusicWeb International.  His second album for Connoisseur Society, an all-Schubert CD, was released in 2013. 

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