Chopin and his Europe Chopin and his Europe

Yulianna Avdeeva Yulianna Avdeeva - Winner of the First Prize in the Chopin Competition in 2010. She has performed in the ‘Chopin and his Europe’ festival many times. more »

Festival concerts: 22.08.2008

Kristian Bezuidenhout Kristian Bezuidenhout - Ppianist and pedagogue, versatile keyboard player who performs regularly on fortepiano, harpsichord and modern piano. more »

Festival concerts: 26.08.2008, 28.08.2008, 29.08.2008

Frans Brüggen Frans Brüggen - Expert in the performance of eighteenth-century music, musicologist and conductor. more »

Festival concerts: 28.08.2008, 29.08.2008

Wendy Chen Wendy Chen - American pianist - soloist and chamber musician. more »

Festival concerts: 23.08.2008

Nikolai Demidenko Nikolai Demidenko - Nikolai Demidenko’s passionate pianism means that he is in demand worldwide. more »

Festival concerts: 16.08.2008, 18.08.2008

Isabelle Faust Isabelle Faust - Tallented violinist, won First Prize in the Premio Paganini in Genoa. more »

Festival concerts: 25.08.2008

Philippe Giusiano Philippe Giusiano - French pianist, 2nd Prize winner, 13th International Frederic Chopin Piano Competition. more »

Festival concerts: 27.08.2008

Markus Groh Markus Groh - German pianist and chamber musician, won prizes in many prestigious competitions. more »

Festival concerts: 26.08.2008

Maciej Grzybowski Maciej Grzybowski - Polish pianist and chamber musician. In 2014, he made his third tour of the US (Seattle, Sarasota). In 2015, he performed in Australia, New Zealand and South Korea. more »

Festival concerts: 17.08.2008

François-Frédéric Guy François-Frédéric Guy - French pianist of astonishing expressiveness, with immaculate pianistic technique, foremost pianists of his generation. more »

Festival concerts: 31.08.2008

Rudolf Jansen Rudolf Jansen - Pianist, specialised in the art of accompaniment, professor of accompaniment at the Sweelinck Conservatory. more »

Festival concerts: 19.08.2008

Jacek Kaspszyk Jacek Kaspszyk - Polish conductor. Since 2008, he has participated regularly in the ‘Chopin and his Europe' festival. Since 2013 artistic director of the Warsaw Philharmonic. more »

Festival concerts: 15.08.2008, 16.08.2008, 17.08.2008

Kevin Kenner Kevin Kenner - Famous pianist, teacher and chamber musician, winner of Second Prize in the 12th International Chopin Competition. more »

Festival concerts: 28.08.2008

Michie Koyama Michie Koyama - Japanese pianist, won IVth Prize in XIth Chopin Piano Competition. more »

Festival concerts: 20.08.2008

Piers Lane Piers Lane - Australian pianist and chamber musician, artistic director of many festivals. more »

Festival concerts: 27.08.2008

Jan Lisiecki Jan Lisiecki - A 23-year-old pianist, who has played with many leading orchestras, including the Orchestre de Paris, New York Philharmonic and BBC Symphony, at venues such as Suntory Hall, the Kennedy, Lincoln and Barbican centres, and Royal Albert Hall. more »

Festival concerts: 21.08.2008

Alexei Lubimov Alexei Lubimov - The Russian pianist and harpsichordist Alexei Lubimov, highly regarded across the world, was one of the last pupils of Henryk Neuhaus at the Moscow Conservatory. more »

Festival concerts: 30.08.2008

Alexander Melnikov Alexander Melnikov - Regarded as one of the finest Russian pianists of his generation. more »

Festival concerts: 25.08.2008

Olli Mustonen Olli Mustonen - Famous pianist, conductor and composer, worked with world's leading orchestras. more »

Festival concerts: 31.08.2008

Janusz Olejniczak Janusz Olejniczak - Polish pianist and teacher, winner of Sixth Prize in the 8th International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw. more »

Festival concerts: 16.08.2008, 23.08.2008, 29.08.2008