Awarded the Spanish National Radio Culture Prize 2016, Eduardo Fernández is one of the best pianists of his generation, distinguishable in particular by the depth, maturity and singularity of his interpretations.
Regularly invited in Spain, Russia, China, Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Panama, Ukraine, Moldova, Germany, Austria, Italy, France, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Denmark, Estonia, Romania, Norway, India... with great success in important concert halls such as the Berlin Philharmonie, St. Petersburg Philharmonia, Shanghai Oriental Art Center, Beijing National Centre for the Performing Arts, Philharmonie Luxembourg, Mumbai National Centre, Kiev Philharmonia, Palau de Barcelona, Palau de Valencia, Palacio Euskalduna de Bilbao, Teatro de la Maestranza de Sevilla, Teatro de la Zarzuela, Teatro Monumental, Teatro Real or Auditorio Nacional de Madrid, as well as prestigious international festivals, being especially noteworthy the Granada Festival, Ciclo Scherzo in Madrid, Musika-Música in Bilbao and Piano aux Jacobins in Toulouse.
His recent performance of Prokofiev’s Second Concerto at the Auditorio Nacional in Madrid has been strongly acclaimed by critics with headlines such as “The triumph of the piano” and “Eduardo Fernández triumphs at the Auditorio Nacional with Prokofiev’s 2nd”. His recent debut in Luxembourg’s Philharmonie playing Suite Iberia was heralded as “one of the high points of Luxembourg’s musical year”. He has just performed Rachmaninov’s Third Concerto with RTVE’s Symphony Orchestra, where critics have pointed out "at all moments he displayed a clear well-defined touch, a lightness in his strokes, an ever bright boldness in his attacks, as well as impeccable octaves and resounding trills."
Eduardo is considered by Fanfare magazine as Alicia de Larrocha's successor.
He has recorded "Iberia", "Brahms Op. 117, 118 & 119", "Chopin - Schumann", "Paús: Works for Piano" or "Scriabin: The complete Preludes", for record labels such as Warner, Naxos or Centaur, receiving honours as “Disco Excepcional” (Scherzo), “Disco para la Historia” (Ritmo) and “Melómano de Oro” (Melómano). His forthcoming recordings include the complete works by Zimmermann and a new project interpreting the piano Sonatas by Alexander Scriabin.