Emmanuel Strosser(Piano)

« A poet on his piano » Pianiste, Emmanuel Strosser has been invited to appear at the leading festivals in Europe including Kuhmo Festival, Prades Festival, « La Roque d’Anthéron », « Printemps des Arts » in Monaco, « La Folle Journée » in Nantes, Bilbao, Tokyo, Rio… Emmanuel Strosser also performs frequently with the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, the Orchestre de Picardie, the Orchestre de Lille, the Orchestre National de Montpellier, the Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne.

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He regularly plays with artists such as Claire Désert, Vladimir Mendelssohn, Olivier Charlier, Xavier Phillips, Peter Wiespelwey, Romain Guyot, François Leleux, Prazak Quartet, and the Trio Owon; all of whom appreciate his insight into the musical text and the atmosphere of complicity he establishes. Recent appearances abroad have taken him to Mexico, South America, Japan, Korea and Washington, DC.
Emmanuel Strosser began studying music in Strasbourg, his native city, before entering the Conservatoire National Supérieur in Paris, where he was taught the piano by Jean-Claude Pennetier and chamber music by Christian Ivaldi. Having received Premier Prix in these two disciplines, he began the postgraduate course, following the guidance of such teachers as Leon Fleisher, Dmitry Bashkirov, and Maria Joao Pires. Emmanuel Strosser was a prizewinner at the Florence International Chamber Music Competition, and was a finalist in the Clara Haskil Competition in 1991.
Emmanuel Strosser has been part of many critically acclaimed recordings. His discography features notably Mozart, Beethoven (he was awarded a ‘Choc du Monde de la Musique’ for his recording of the three Sonatas op.10), Fauré (the two quintets, the two violin sonatas, the Ballade and the Fantaisie). His last recordings released for Mirare include a Chabrier Piano Solo CD, an album with the pianist Claire Désert dedicated to the French 4 hands piano repertoire distinguished by Gramophone Magazine. As well as some Cds with the Trio Owon released for Decca and “Bienvenue en France” CD album with François Leleux for Warner Classics.


Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Recital Hall

The World of François Leleux(Oboe) II
Bienvenue en FRANCE

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