• Peter Donohoe

    Peter Donohoe

    In the years since his unprecedented success as Silver Medal winner of the 1982 7th International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow, Peter Donohoe has built an extraordinary world-wide  career, encompassing a huge repertoire and over forty years’ experience as a pianist, as well as continually exploring many other avenues in music-making. ...
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    Gabriel Tacchino

    The French pianist and teacher, Gabriel Tacchino, was a student of Jean Batalla, Jacquer Févier, Marguerite Long, and Francis Poulenc at the Paris Conservatoire (1947-1953), graduating with a premier prix in 1953. He took 1st prize at the Viotti Competition in Vercelli (1953), 2nd prize at the Busoni Competition in ...
  • viniciu moroianu

    Viniciu Moroianu

    Viniciu Moroianu was born in Bucharest in a family of musicians.  He has taken piano classes in his home city with Marta Paladi, during the high school years, and with Gabriel Amiraș, during the university years. He manifested from his early youth his propensities towards literature and composition, so he ...
  • dana borsan

    Dana Borșan

    “… she conquered the heart of her audience with an extremely expressive and temperamental interpretation. Not only her virtuosity, but especially her devoted and warm attitude fulfilled her integration in the space of a well prepared orchestral sound.”- Münchener Merkur Soloist and concertist at the Romanian Radio Broadcasting Society, Dana ...
  • philippe dinkel

    Philippe Dinkel

    Philippe Dinkel was born in Vevey and has completed his piano studies in Lausanne (Philippe-Jules Godard), Geneva (premier prix de virtuosité, class of Harry Datyner), Bloomington (Indiana University, Alfonso Montecino) and Brussels (Pascal Sigrist). Chamber music is highly important in his concert activities, notably within the Trio Musiviva (1st prize ...
  • andrey pisarev

    Andrey Pisarev

    In 1991, in the International Mozart Competition in Salzburg, a young Russian pianist won Grand Prize – which was the first time since 1956 that Grand Prize had been awarded in this competition. It was Andrei Pisarev. On October 10 2006 the reviewer Gunilla Boström wrote in Swedish newspaper “Helsingborgs ...
  • wolfgang manz

    Wolfgang Manz

    Wolfgang Manz, born in 1960, is prizewinner of many prestigious international piano competitions such as Leeds (1981) and Brussels (Concours Reine Elisabeth, 1983), the first time that a German pianist won 2nd prizes in these competitions, furthermore winner of the Mendelssohn-Bartholdy – Prize Berlin 1980, 2nd prize at the National ...
  • alan weiss

    Alan Weiss

    Alan Weiss was born in New York City. Hailed as “one of the outstanding pianists of his generation” by legendary Czech pianist Rudolf Firkušný, he is “a poet” in the words of Brussels’ Le Soir, whose playing, as was noted by The Daily Telegraph of London, “penetrates to the very ...
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    Pascal Rogé

    Pascal Rogé exemplifies the finest in French pianism; his playing of Poulenc, Satie, Fauré, Saint-Saëns and Ravel in particular is characterised by its elegance, beauty and delicate phrasing – his name is synonymous with the best playing of French repertoire in the world today. Born in Paris, Pascal Rogé became ...