Robin Giesbrecht, German-Bulgarian, 2018

Tour Dates: 31st May - 11th June, 2018

Praised for his "nimbleness at the keys" (Cologne-City News), German-Bulgarian pianist Robin Giesbrecht has been celebrated internationally with a career reaching mature artistry.

Tour Dates
  • 31st May - 11th June, 2018


"Robin Giesbrecht challenged his Wunderkind-status with Franz Liszt. The nimbleness at the keys, the emphatic strength and the sovereignty of painting the music brings him very close to his great idol."  —— Cologne City-News, Germany

"Simply Incredible! You must have heard him!" —— Russe, City-Newspaper, Bulgaria

Praised for his “nimbleness at the keys” (Cologne-City News), German-Bulgarian pianist Robin Giesbrecht has been celebrated internationally with a career reaching mature artistry. Since winning the International Grotrian-Steinweg Competition and the NDR Arts Prize, Mr. Giesbrecht has enjoyed performances with orchestras throughout Europe, Asia and North America, including debuts with the NDR Radio Philharmonic.

Robin Giesbrecht’s recital performances include critically-acclaimed debuts at the Hamburg Philharmonic Hall, Carnegie Hall’s Weil Recital Hall, Beijing’s National Conservatory Recital Hall and a performance of his own piano concerto at Lincoln Center in 2015. His chamber music collaborations include performances with the famed Szymanowski Quartet. He has performed at music festivals such as Music Academy of the West, Oxford Philharmonic Piano Festival, Piano Texas, Menuhin Festival in Gstaad and the Sommerakademie Mozarteum, Salzburg.

An internationally renowned pianist from a young age as a first-prize winner at the Rotary International Competition in Essen and the National Junior Competition of Germany, Mr. Giesbrecht became a student of famed pedagogue Karl-Heinz Kämmerling at the age of 8. In 2006, the Austrian TV channel ORF filmed in honor of Mozart’s anniversary a movie in which Mr. Giesbrecht, dressed as Mozart, performed on Mozart’s original pianoforte in Salzburg, an event that was broadcasted worldwide. In 2008, the German TV channel WDR made a documentary about the life of the young pianist.

Robin Giesbrecht, a Steinway Artist, was awarded the Vladimir Horowitz scholarship at the Juilliard School as a student of Jerome Lowenthal and Joseph Kalichstein, where he received his undergraduate degree. He is currently a scholarship student at the Yale School of Music, where he studies with Peter Frankl.

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