Alexander Beyer
United States of America, °1994
 
PIANO 2016 : Third Prize
Currently studying at the New England Conservatory under W.K. Byun and R. Sherman, Alexander Beyer won the NEC Piano Honors Competition in 2014, which led to his debut at Jordan Hall in Boston. The following year, he won the Harvard Concerto Competition ; he is also a laureate of the US National Chopin Competition and of the Dublin International Piano Competition. He has performed in the United States (Sanders Theater in Cambridge, Paul Hall in New York, New World Center in Miami), Ireland (Royal Dublin Society, National Concert Hall), Luxembourg, Germany, and the Netherlands and has played under conductors such as G. Meier, A. Buribayev, and G. Nowak. Alexander Beyer is involved in a number of charitable projects (including Pequot Library and Music for Youth) and, in parallel with his music course, he is studying mathematics at Harvard.

Teachers

Wha Kyung Byun (2013-)
Russell Sherman (2013-)
Matti Raekallio (2010-2012)
Yoshie Akimoto (2005-)

Degrees

New England Conservatory (2018)
Juilliard Pre College (2012)
Video
Final 2016 : Alexander Beyer
Semi-final 2016 : Alexander Beyer - recital
Semi-final 2016 : Alexander Beyer - concerto
Audio
Photo
Programme
Final (24/05/2016)
Claude Ledoux A Butterfly's Dream
Sergey Rachmaninov Concerto n. 3 in D minor op. 30
Alexander Beyer, piano
National Orchestra of Belgium, dir. Marin Alsop
Semi-final

Récital (13/05/2016)

Fabian Fiorini Tears of Lights
Ludwig van Beethoven Eroica Variations in E flat major op. 35
Maurice Ravel La valse
Alexander Beyer, piano

Concerto (10/05/2016)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Concerto n. 20 in D minor KV 466
Alexander Beyer, piano
Orchestre Royal de Chambre de Wallonie, dir. Paul Meyer
First round (03/05/2016)
Johann Sebastian Bach Prelude and Fugue n. 6 in D minor BWV 875
Ludwig van Beethoven Allegro (Sonata n. 29 in B flat major op. 106)
Fryderyk Chopin Etude in F major op. 10/8
Sergey Rachmaninov Etude-tableau in A minor op. 39/6
Alexander Beyer, piano
Piano 2020 postponed to May 2021
How the competition unfolds
H.M. Queen Mathilde
This site uses cookies to provide you with the best experience possible.
By clicking on « ACCEPT » or continuing to browse the site, you accept the use of cookies on your web browser. For more information about our cookie policy and the different types of cookies used, click on Learn more
ACCEPT