Pianist Isaac Foreman has appeared as a soloist and chamber musician throughout the United States, Europe, and Israel. In 2017, he performed Grieg’s Piano Concerto in A minor with the Brunesis Virtuosi Orchestra, and was a recitalist on the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra’s classical concert series. Additionally, he has performed numerous times with the Baroque ensemble, Collegium Musicum at TCU. An enthusiastic advocate of the music of J.S. Bach, he presented the complete Sinfonias in a recital in Fort Worth, Texas in 2014. Recent awards include first prize in the Texas and Southwest Divisional MTNA Young Artist Piano Competitions in 2018; second prize in the MTNA Steinway and Sons National Young Artist Piano Competition in 2019; first prize in the Baylor/Waco Piano Concerto Competition in 2016; and was a semifinalist in the 2017 Wideman International Piano Competition. He has also appeared in several music festivals including MusicFest Perugia, PianoTexas International Festival and Academy, Tel-Hai International Piano Masterclasses, TCU’s Festival of American Song, and Semper Music International Festival in Völs am Schlern, Italy where he performed Alexander Knaifel’s Piano Quintet, In Air Clean and Unseen, with the composer in attendance. As a seasoned composer himself, he has won top prizes in the TMTA Original Ensemble Composition Competition, BMI Student Composer Awards, and the ASCAP Foundation Morton Gould Young Composer Awards. Mr. Foreman also has a love for vocal accompanying, recently receiving TCU’s Judith Solomon Award in Collaborative Piano, and frequently performs duo and two-piano repertoire. He is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Music in piano performance under the guidance of Dr. Tamás Ungár at Texas Christian University as a recipient of the prestigious Nordan Scholarship and Lili Krauss Piano Scholarship.