The Artist

Technical brilliance, musical understanding,
a sure sense of construction, and a kind of actor's art of transformation ...
are complementing each other in an ideal manner.
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

Stefan Litwin

born 1960 in Mexico City, studied piano, interpretation and composition in the United States and Switzerland.


Solo recitals and performances with renowned orchestras and conductors, incl. Christoph von Dohnányi, Michael Gielen, and Marek Janowski.

Chamber Music

with Irvine Arditti, Kolja Blacher, Eduard Brunner, Bruno Canino, Manuel Fischer-Dieskau, Alban Gerhardt, Ib Hausmann, Aurèle Nicolet, Michael Riessler, Gustav Rivinius, Christian Tetzlaff, Jörg Widmann, the Arditti-, Danel-, LaSalle-, Minguet -, Pellegrini Quartets, and Ensemble Resonanz.

New Music

Collaboration with composers Luciano Berio, Herbert Brün, Michael Gielen, Alexander Goehr, Johannes Kalitzke, Jonathan Kramer, Luigi Nono, Frederic Rzewski, Mathias Spahlinger, Jörg Widmann, Jürg Wyttenbach, and Hans Zender.


with Claudia Barainsky, David Cordier, Rosemary Hardy, Henry Herford, Roland Hermann, Salome Kammer, Gisela May, David Moss, Sebastian Noack, and Yaron Windmüller.


Litwin’s compositions include pieces for piano, orchestra and larger ensembles, as well as chamber and vocal music. In many cases his works focus on political issues, whereby social memory is given an essential role.

Lecture Recitals

on numerous topics, including music by Beethoven, Ives, Nono, Schoenberg, Schubert, and Schumann.


Television and radio productions in Europe and the United States. CD recordings for Deutsche Grammophon, Auvidis/Montaigne, Arte Nova telos, Cala records, cpo, col legno, hänssler, gligg.