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The Blüthner Artists and Friends

One of the greatest privileges known to any pianomaker is the opportunity to collaborate with the artists of their day and to hear their instrument under the hands of a master.   In turn, the artist’s instrument of choice becomes their voice, and their vehicle for inspiration. Through the unique, captivating sound of the Golden Tone, the Blüthner instrument has been honored to receive the adoration of some of the world’s finest composers and musicians throughout the generations.

Casals, Pedro

Pedro Casals

First place winner of the Blüthner Piano Competition in Madrid - 2002.

Cavagnat, Phillipe

Phillipe Cavagnat

beginnt im Alter von 6 Jahren mit dem Klavierspiel. Ab 1991 studiert er zunächst am Konservatorium in Bordeaux in der Klasse von Lucienne Delourmes, dann an der Ecole Normale für Musik, wo er mit Victoria Melki arbeitet.

Chacaturian, Rima

Rima Chacaturian

Rima Chacaturian was born in 1984. 1998 – 2003 she studied in M.K.Ciurlionis music school with professorVeronika Vitaite. Currently Rima Chacaturian is first year post-graduate student in Academy of Music and Theater in Vilnius studying with prof. Veronika Vitaite.

Childs, Billy

Billy Childs

For his new album, "Autumn: In Moving Pictures—Jazz/Chamber Music, Volume 2,"Mr. Childs has composed five original pieces for his Chamber Ensemble and supplemented them with treatments of Gabriel Faure's "Pavane" (a classical warhorse in dance tempo) and Bill Evans's "Waltz for Debby" (a jazz standard with classical implications). It's impossible to tell where the jazz ends and the classical music begins."  -Will Friedwald - Wall Street Journal

Chiron, Thomas
Christien, Emmanuel

Emmanuel Christien

AXA Dublin International Piano Competition:  "Emmanuel Christien (26, France) went for sobriety and maturity in Beethoven (the Sonata in E minor, Op. 90), Brahms (the Op. 10 Ballades) and two Debussy Études. In the context of so much vain display from other competitors, the effect was genuinely heart-warming. And his performance of Jennifer Walshe’s becher, a dizzying montage of micro-quotations from works familiar and unfamiliar (from her FASTER, FASTER, PUSSYCAT KILL KILL KILL! ), was a genuine tour-de-force." - Irish Times, 2009

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