David Breitman is equally at home with the fortepiano and the modern piano, and his growing discography reflects that versatility. His most recent recording project was of a major new song cycle by the Cuban-American composer Jorge Martin with Sanford Sylvan. Additional collaborations with Sylvan include recordings of Schubert’s Die schöne Müllerin (using a replica of a Graf fortepiano), Beloved that Pilgrimage (three 20th century song cycles), and an all Fauré program. In a collaboration of a different sort, Breitman is one of seven fortepianists who share a complete Beethoven piano sonata cycle. The team has presented the series in New York City, Florence, and Palermo, and the 10-CD set on CLAVES has been extraordinarily well-received. Recently, he presented chamber music in Edinburgh (Scotland), giving masterclasses in Freiburg (Germany), and performing the Beethoven Fourth Piano Concerto in Tuscaloosa (Alabama).