Wolfram Schmitt-Leonardy who is currently teaching as a full-time Professor at the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich is one of the leading pianists of his generation. At university he passed all his examinations with highest distinction and since he was a child he has been winning an impressing amount of top-prizes in international piano competitions throughout the world. He constantly expands his worldwide concert activity.

During his studies he was awarded highest prizes, eg. in the Walter Gieseking Competition (1987), the International Piano Competition Carlo Soliva (1988), the European Music Competition Torino (1991), the International Piano Competition Sergej Rachmaninoff (1993), the International Piano Competition Mazara del Vallo (1994) and the International Piano Competition Pietrà Ligure (1998). Furthermore he has twice been awarded the culture prize of the municipality Schwalbach (1987/1989), the “fine arts-scholarship” of the federal state Saarland (1994) and the culture prize of the district Saarlouis (1997).

In addition he has performed in renowned concert halls and on the occasion of international festivals, eg.

  • the Philharmonia Berlin,
  • the Philharmonia St Petersburg,
  • the “Berlin Festwochen”,
  • “White Nights” St Petersburg,
  • the “Internationale Musiktage im Dom zu Speyer”,
  • the Musikfestspiele Saar,
  • the “Mozartfest Schwetzingen”,
  • the “Moselfestspiele”,
  • “Kultursommer Südhessen”,
  • “Alexandria Opera House”
  • and “Manasterly Palace Kairo” (Egypt),
  • “Philharmonic Hall Poznan” (Poland),
  • the “International Mozart Festival Romania”,
  • the “East-West-Festival Poland”,
  • the Saarbrücken congress Hall,
  • the Mettlach chamber music festival,
  • the “International Piano Festival Malaysia”,
  • the Stuttgart Marmorsaal, “Sylt in concert”,
  • the Musiksommer Chorin, in Bayreuth,
  • the Opusfest (Philippines)
  • and additionally an impressive number of international engagements such as concerts in France, Austria, Switzerland, Finnland (Kemiö Festival), Slovenia (RTV Symphony Orchestra Slovenia), Jordania, Luxemburg, Romania, Philippines (CCP Manila), Italy (Amiata Piano Festival, Festivals in Venezia, Cagliari, Nora, Nuoro, Merano, Bolzano, Siracusa, Iglesias).

Among his music partners are the

  • St Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra,
  • the Berlin Symphony Orchestra,
  • the Philharmonia Hungarica,
  • the Philharmonia of the Nations,
  • the Philharmonie de Lorraine,
  • the Beethoven Academy Orchestra Krakov,
  • the RTV Symphony Orchestra Slovenia,
  • the State Philharmonic of Oradea,
  • the Sinfonietta Saarbrücken,
  • the State Philharmonic Sibiu,
  • the State Philharmonic Brasov,
  • the State Philharmonic Rheinland-Pfalz,
  • the Filharmonia Sudecka,
  • the State Philharmonic Cluj,
  • the State Philharmonic Temeswar,
  • the State Orchestra Trier,
  • the Malaysian Symphonic Orchestra,
  • the Philharmonische Bläservereinigung Stuttgart,
  • the Südwestdeutsche Philharmonie Konstanz,
  • the State Philharmonic Poznan”,
  • “Schlesische Kammerphilharmonie”,
  • the Saar Wind Orchestra
  • and many others under such famous conductors as Lior Shambadal, Emil Tabakov, István Dénes, Max Pommer, Leo Krämer, Emil Klein, Cristian Brancusi, Gheorghe Costin, Pavel Przytocki, Dariusz Mikulski, Justus Frantz, Philippe Dorn, Petre Sbarcea, Vladimir Conta, Andreas Kraft, Petr Altrichter, Nicolas Krauze, Dariusz Mikulsky and many others.

 

 

 

Wolfram Schmitt-Leonardy who is currently teaching as a full-time Professor at the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich is one of the leading pianists of his generation. At university he passed all his examinations with highest distinction and since he was a child he has been winning an impressing amount of top-prizes in international piano competitions throughout the world. He constantly expands his worldwide concert activity.

During his studies he was awarded highest prizes, eg. in the Walter Gieseking Competition (1987), the International Piano Competition Carlo Soliva (1988), the European Music Competition Torino (1991), the International Piano Competition Sergej Rachmaninoff (1993), the International Piano Competition Mazara del Vallo (1994) and the International Piano Competition Pietrà Ligure (1998). Furthermore he has twice been awarded the culture prize of the municipality Schwalbach (1987/1989), the “fine arts-scholarship” of the federal state Saarland (1994) and the culture prize of the district Saarlouis (1997).

In addition he has performed in renowned concert halls and on the occasion of international festivals, eg.

  • the Philharmonia Berlin,
  • the Philharmonia St Petersburg,
  • the “Berlin Festwochen”,
  • “White Nights” St Petersburg,
  • the “Internationale Musiktage im Dom zu Speyer”,
  • the Musikfestspiele Saar,
  • the “Mozartfest Schwetzingen”,
  • the “Moselfestspiele”,
  • “Kultursommer Südhessen”,
  • “Alexandria Opera House”
  • and “Manasterly Palace Kairo” (Egypt),
  • “Philharmonic Hall Poznan” (Poland),
  • the “International Mozart Festival Romania”,
  • the “East-West-Festival Poland”,
  • the Saarbrücken congress Hall,
  • the Mettlach chamber music festival,
  • the “International Piano Festival Malaysia”,
  • the Stuttgart Marmorsaal, “Sylt in concert”,
  • the Musiksommer Chorin, in Bayreuth,
  • the Opusfest (Philippines)
  • and additionally an impressive number of international engagements such as concerts in France, Austria, Switzerland, Finnland (Kemiö Festival), Slovenia (RTV Symphony Orchestra Slovenia), Jordania, Luxemburg, Romania, Philippines (CCP Manila), Italy (Amiata Piano Festival, Festivals in Venezia, Cagliari, Nora, Nuoro, Merano, Bolzano, Siracusa, Iglesias).

Among his music partners are the

  • St Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra,
  • the Berlin Symphony Orchestra,
  • the Philharmonia Hungarica,
  • the Philharmonia of the Nations,
  • the Philharmonie de Lorraine,
  • the Beethoven Academy Orchestra Krakov,
  • the RTV Symphony Orchestra Slovenia,
  • the State Philharmonic of Oradea,
  • the Sinfonietta Saarbrücken,
  • the State Philharmonic Sibiu,
  • the State Philharmonic Brasov,
  • the State Philharmonic Rheinland-Pfalz,
  • the Filharmonia Sudecka,
  • the State Philharmonic Cluj,
  • the State Philharmonic Temeswar,
  • the State Orchestra Trier,
  • the Malaysian Symphonic Orchestra,
  • the Philharmonische Bläservereinigung Stuttgart,
  • the Südwestdeutsche Philharmonie Konstanz,
  • the State Philharmonic Poznan”,
  • “Schlesische Kammerphilharmonie”,
  • the Saar Wind Orchestra
  • and many others under such famous conductors as Lior Shambadal, Emil Tabakov, István Dénes, Max Pommer, Leo Krämer, Emil Klein, Cristian Brancusi, Gheorghe Costin, Pavel Przytocki, Dariusz Mikulski, Justus Frantz, Philippe Dorn, Petre Sbarcea, Vladimir Conta, Andreas Kraft, Petr Altrichter, Nicolas Krauze, Dariusz Mikulsky and many others.

 

 

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