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Born in Jerusalem in 1997, Ariel Lanyi pursued his studies at the Jerusalem Academy of Music before becoming a full scholarship student at the Royal Academy of Music (RAM), London, with the late Hamish Milne and later Ian Fountain. He has given numerous recitals in London, Paris, Rome, Prague and Brussels, has appeared as a soloist with orchestras including the Israel Symphony Orchestra and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, and has participated in festivals including the Miami Piano Festival, the Ravello Festival, and the Young Prague Festival. Ariel is also a keen chamber musician. In 2017 he was awarded first prize at the Dudley International Piano Competition, and in 2018 the first prize in the Grand Prix Animato in Paris as well as receiving a finalist award at the Rubinstein Competition. He became an Imogen Cooper Music Trust Scholarship Holder in 2019 and is a recipient of the Munster Trust Mark James Star Award and the Senior Award of the Hattori Foundation.
?This special talent is based on two qualities: innate intelligence and a sense of flawless rhythm. He has that specific combination of brain and heart.? Rudy Tambuyser, Cultuurpakt
?SUNSHINE AND SHADOWS?
An evening of emotions from humour and joy to sensuality and tranquility, yearning and despair
MOZART Rondo in D major, K 485 (1786)
BART?K Out of Doors Sz. 81 (1926)
ALB?NIZ Iberia, Book 3 (1905?09)
BEETHOVEN Piano Sonata No. 29 in B flat major op 106 ?Hammerklavier? (1818)
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30 Pavilion Road,
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