Curated by Patrick Higgins
Conrad Tao first touched a piano as a one-year-old toddler, and by the age of eight, he already performed Mozart’s Concerto No. 12. So, becoming one of the most exciting new faces in classical music was written in the stars. Still in his twenties, Tao lent his prodigious talents to a fair percentage of symphony orchestra’s on this planet. Conrad is more than doing his part in unshackling the great classical works from the restrictions of traditionalism and dogma, avidly examining their place within our modern existence.