Robin Giesbrecht

Robin Giesbrecht, a Steinway Artist, was awarded the Horowitz scholarship at Juilliard as a student of Jerome Lowenthal and Joseph Kalichstein, where he received his undergraduate degree. He is currently a Master’s scholarship student at the Yale School of Music, where he studies with Peter Frankl. Praised by the Epoch Times for his “stunning bravura and seemingly unlimited virtuosity” and by Cologne-City News for his “nimbleness at the keys,” German-Bulgarian pianist Robin Giesbrecht has been celebrated internationally. Since winning the International Grotrian-Steinweg Competition at age seven, receiving the NDR Arts Prize and subsequently winning several other competitions and awards, Giesbrecht has enjoyed performances with orchestras throughout Europe, Asia and North America, including a recent debut with the NDR Radio Philharmonic.

His recital performances include critically-acclaimed debuts at the Hamburg Philharmonic Hall, Carnegie Hall and Beijing’s National Conservatory Recital Hall. In 2008, Giesbrecht performed a recital on Mozart’s original pianoforte in a worldwide-broadcast. Shortly after, the German TV channel WDR made a documentary about the life of the young pianist Robin Giesbrecht.

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