Federico Gad Crema

Born in Milan in 1999, Italian concert pianist Federico Gad Crema is considered one of the most intriguing artists of his generation (“surtout, on y découvre un pianiste remarquable” – Anne Ibos-Augé, Diapason Magazine). Internationally recognized for his emotionally charged interpretations, subtle sensitivity, and supreme artistic depth, he has already performed at some of the […]

Martha Argerich

Martha Argerich was born in Buenos Aires (Argentina). She began her first piano lessons at the age of five with Vincenzo SCARAMUZZA. Considered a child prodigy, she soon performs in public. In 1955, she moved to Europe and continued her studies in London, Vienna and in Switzerland with SEIDLHOFER, GULDA, MAGALOFF, Mrs LIPATTI et Stefan […]

Ricardo Castro

In 1993 Ricardo Castro received the first prize at the prestigious Leeds International Piano Competition in England, becoming the unique Latin American to win the competition since its foundation. 20 years later, he became the first Brazilian to receive the Honorary Membership from the Royal Philharmonic Society. The nomination put him alongside illustrious personalities in […]