Born in Piatra Neamt (Romania), Alina Azario has the opportunity to continue her musical studies in Paris at the age of 15, where she enriches her knowledge with sevral piano personalities: Elisabeth Leonskaya, Theodor Paraschivesco, Géry Moutier, Jacques Rouvier, Boris Berman, Laurent Cabasso, Tibor Szasz.
Alina Azario perfected her studies beside prestigious pianist Evgeni Koroliov in Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg. Having obtained her Diplom degree in 2010 and the "Konzertexamen" in 2014 (post-university degree) with the best distinctions, at present she exercises an activity of teaching in the same university.Biographie en français
Alina Azario is regulary invited to give concerts as soloist in well-renowned Festivals and Concert Halls as for example the festival «Piano aux Jacobins», «Piano Fortissimo», «Schleswig-Holstein Festival», Laeiszhalle in Hamburg, Teatro de la Maestranza in Seville, and she has collaborated with numerous musicians such as: Renaud Capuçon, Marina Chiche, Alberto Menchen, Alexandru Tomescu, Ullrich Windfuhr, Ovidiu Balan, etc
In January 2011, she recorded the original soundtrack of the movie “Poulet Aux Prunes” together with the violinist Renaud Capuçon and the Berlin Score Orchestra, a film directed by Marjane Satrapi («Persepolis»).Lebenslauf auf deutsch
She has made several recordings for radio and television such as Deutschlandradio Kultur, TVR International, and Norddeutscher Rundfunk (NDR). During her studies, Alina Azario has been supported by scholarships from the Claussen-Simon-Stiftung, the Ministry of Culture in France, the “Leistungsstipendium”, the Oscar and Vera Ritter Foundation, and the «Alfred-Toepfer Stiftung FVS» in Germany. In 2011, she was awarded with the «Hermann & Milena Ebel» Prize.
Alina Azario is the founder and the artistic director of the "International Festival Clara Haskil ", which takes place every year in Sibiu, Romania.Biografie în română
Concert with Adrian Iliescu in the Laeiszhalle Hamburg
On the 1. November will take place a recital together with the Hamburger Symphoniker Concertmaster Adrian Iliescu. We will play folkloristic inspired pieces of the violin literature: the Schubert Grand Duo in A-Major, Brahms 3rd Sonata in d minor and also Enescu's dazzling 2nd Sonata - a work from our Romanian homeland.
Rameau - Gavotte avec 6 doubles
Debussy - Feux d'artifices
Debussy - La Terrasse...
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