Claire Juanci

A child prodigy who performed for Bill Clinton (the 42nd US President) at the age of 10,

At the age of 21, he was the youngest to participate in the competition, and won second place at the Munich International Music Competition.

Winner of the 2018 Geza Anda International Piano Competition!

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In 2011, Claire Juanchi became the youngest artist to win the 2nd prize at the Munich International Music Competition. From the Curtis School of Music, he studied at the Hanover Academy of Music and Drama under the master Ally Vardi. In 2018, he performed Beethoven's 4th Piano Concerto with the Zurich Tonhalle Orchestra conducted by Jury President Ch. While performing in orchestral concerts and recitals around the world, he has also received high acclaim for his recordings.

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Chinese-American young pianist Claire Huangchi won the 2018 Geza Anda International Piano Competition and won the Mozart Prize.

Juanchi's performances, which the Salzburg News praised as ``shining virtuosity, artistic sensibility, keen sense of collaboration, and subtle aural directing,'' captivate audiences and make her a highly respected and highly attractive artist. has established an artistic status. Juanchi is a remarkable pianist with an unusually diverse and multicultural repertoire, including works that are rarely performed.

In addition to solo recitals, the Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra, Zurich Tonhalle Orchestra, Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra, Mozarteum Orchestra, China Philharmonic Orchestra, Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra (former Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra), etc. Performed with. Carnegie Hall, Vienna Konzerthaus, Konzerthaus Berlin, Gasteig (Munich), Gewandhaus (Leipzig), Sal Cortot (Paris), Suntory Hall, Liszt Ferenc Music Academy and other famous concert halls around the world. Summer Music Festival, Verbier Music Festival, Menuhin Music Festival (Gstaad), Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival, Rheingau Music Festival, etc.

The 2019/20 season will feature for the first time at the Lucerne Festival, Full Harmonie de Paris and the Salzburg Festival Grand Theater. He gives recitals at the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, concert halls in Vienna and Berlin, the Ruhr Piano Festival and the MDR Music Summer. He has performed with the Stuttgart State Opera Orchestra, Berlin Konzerthausorchester, Bochum Sinfoniker, and Basel Chamber Orchestra, as well as in Scandinavia, Spain, Portugal, Russia, Asia, Latin America, and North America. do.

At the young age of 9, he received a scholarship and began building an international career, performing in concerts and competitions. He studied at the Curtis School of Music in Philadelphia with Eleanor Sokolov and Gary Graffman, and at the Hanover School of Music and Drama under the esteemed Arie Vardi. From a young age, she excelled at interpreting Chopin's music, winning first prize at the Chopin International Competition in Darmstadt in 2009 and at the same competition in Miami in 2010. continues to give In 2011, he was the youngest to participate in the Munich International Music Competition and won the second prize.

Her debut album, which focuses on piano solo works by Tchaikovsky and Prokofiev, was released in 2013 by Berlin Classics to critical acclaim. In 2015, a second album containing Scarlatti sonatas will be released on the same label. For this album she selected 39 of her 555 sonatas and recorded them as a baroque sonata suite. In such an endeavor, she expressed the Scarlatti tradition that runs through the history of music. This recording won the Deutsche Record Critics Award and was selected as Gramophone Magazine's "Editor's Choice". We are delighted to applaud Juanchi's breakthrough by the age of 25, which has made him one of the greatest artists of all time."

After that, he released Chopin's Nocturnes in 2017 and Rachmaninov's complete preludes in 2018. "Many songs without lyrics unfold here... Everything becomes part of the story and perfectly captures Rachmaninov's creative essence and intentions" (Piano News / Marco Frei) was done. More recently, Beethoven's Violin Concerto in piano version, Kabalevsky's Piano Fantasy with the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra under Cornelius Meister, Paderewski and Chopin's with the Saarbrücken Kaiserslautern Deutsches Radio Philharmoniker under Shijon Son. He has released piano concertos one after another, all of which have been highly acclaimed.

In June 2018, at the 14th Geza Anda International Piano Competition in Zurich and Winterthur, Switzerland, he performed Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. Played with No. 4 and won the championship.

In Japan, in recent years, he has given recitals at Hakuju Hall and Suntory Hall Blue Rose, and in 2019 he performed Schumann's Piano Concerto with the Hyogo Performing Arts Center Orchestra conducted by Klaus Peter Flor. there is

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