One of the most sought-after pianists of her generation, the South Korean HieYon Choi first appeared on the international piano music scene when she won prizes at high-profile competitions such as Kapell, Epinal, Busoni and Viotti. HieYon Choi has since performed with some of the prestigious orchestras of Europe, the United States and Korea such […]

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Kyoko Hashimoto was born in Tokyo and began to study the piano at the age of three. After graduating from the Toho-Gakuen School of Music in Tokyo, she studied at the International Menuhin Music Academy, Indiana University and the Juilliard School. Hashimoto is Professor of Piano and Coordinator of Piano Area at McGill University in

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Björn Lehmann’s musical activities range from solo performances to chamber music and Lied and also include a lot of activities in the field of contemporary music. He has often participated in world premieres. Since 2011, Björn Lehmann has worked as Professor of Piano at Berlin University of the Arts (UdK Berlin). After having studied with

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A passionate advocate of new music, Robert Levin has commissioned and premiered numerous of works, including Joshua Fineberg’s Veils (2001), John Harbison’s Second Sonata (2003), Yehudi Wyner’s piano concerto Chiavi in mano (Pulitzer Prize, 2006), Bernard Rands’ Preludes (2007), Thomas Oboe Lee’s Piano Concerto (2007) and Hans Peter Türk’s Träume (2012). Levin has been an

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Cédric Pescia has worked as Professor of Piano at the Haute Ecole de Musique de Genève since 2012. Pescia, a pianist of dual French and Swiss nationality, was born in Lausanne. Concert tours have taken Pescia throughout Europe, Asia, North and South America, and he has performed at the most famous concert halls around the

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Margit Rahkonen is a Finnish pianist who has performed as a soloist with orchestras, and as a chamber musician. She has also played recitals both in Finland and abroad. She played her debut concert already at the age of 12. She complemented her domestic studies in Vienna, Leningrad and at the Juilliard School in New


Kalle Randalu is an Estonian pianist of international acclaim who settled in Germany in 1988. From 1994 to 1997 he was a professor at the Freiburg University of Music but since 1997 he has held a professorship at the Karlsruhe University of Music. Randalu has given concerts in most European countries, the United States, Australia,


Rena Shereshevskaya is a graduate of the Moscow Tchaikovsky State Conservatory and a postgraduate of the same institution. Shereshevskaya has been appointed “Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres” (France), and she is a laureate of the Ippolitov-Ivanov International Prize in Musical Education and an Honorary Professor of the Moscow Ippolitov-lvanov Musical and Pedagogical


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