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Jean-Paul Gasparian

“With Mozart’s last piano sonata D major (1789) Gasparian really proved his worth that evening. Thanks to his pianistic brilliance and vivid imagination, he brought the listener closer to the essence of the gallant, polyphonic passages so much influenced by Bach and Handel, which characterize this work – just amazing.”

Jean-Paul Gasparian, born in Paris in 1995, studied at the National Conservatoire in Paris with Olivier Gardon, Jacques Rouvier, Michel Beroff, Laurent Cabasso, Claire Désert and Michel Dalberto. Jean-Paul has taken part in international piano masterclasses with Pavel Gililov, Elisso Virsaladze and Tatiana Zelikman, was selected for the Verbier Academy 2014, and is Prize Winner of the International Summer Academy of the Mozarteum in Salzburg 2010. In June 2018, he completed his Artist Diploma at the Royal College of Music in London, with Prof. Vanessa Latarche.

In 2019, he won the Prix Therry Scherz at the Sommets Musicaux de Gstaad, allowing him the opportunity to record a CD with the Berner Symphonieorchester, to be released on the claves label.

He is also the Second Prize winner (First Prize was not awarded) of the Bremen European Competition 2014 and appeared as well in the José Iturbi Competition 2015, the Lyon International Competition 2013, the Hastings International Concerto Competition 2013, the Tel-Hai Concerto Competition 2012, and as semi-finalist of the Geza Anda Competition in 2015. He is also the piano laureate of the Cziffra Foundation Prize 2015, the l’Or du Rhin Foundation Prize 2016, and won the 1st Philosophy Prize at the Concours Général des Lycéens de France (French national competition) in 2013.

Jean-Paul Gasparian has appeared with orchestras such as the Orchester National d’Ile-de-France, the Bremen Philharmonic, the Musikkollegium Winterthur, the Orchester de l’Opéra de Rouen, the Orchester de Normandie, the Orchester de la Garde Républicaine, the Serbian Radio-Television Orchestra, the Montenegro Symphonic Orchestra, the Valencia Symphonic Orchestra, and at a young age already brings a very diverse repertoire to the stage, including works by Mozart, Beethoven, Chopin, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff and Gershwin.

Gasparian has appeared as guest at major festivals, including the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival, La Roque d’Anthéron, Nohant Festival Chopin, Radio-France de Montpellier, Festival Chopin de Bagatelle, Lisztomanias, and Printemps des Arts de Monte-Carlo. In summer 2020, he performed selected Beethoven sonatas as part of the Festival Intégrales des Sonates de Beethoven by Radio France, which due to COVID-19 was presented as a streaming concert. Gasparian has given performances in venues such as the Salzburg Mozarteum, Tonhalle Zürich, Laeiszhalle Hamburg, Die Glocke Bremen, Belgrade Kolarac, the Museum of Modern Art in Tel-Aviv, the Louis Vuitton Foundation, the Maison de la Radio, the Salle Cortot and the Salle Gaveau in Paris.

The Classica magazine has ranked Jean-Paul Gasparian among the ten most promising young pianists of his generation. Both the Pianiste and Piano News magazines have dedicated detailed portraits of him. His debut CD with a Russian program around Rachmaninoff, Scriabin and Prokofiev was released in February 2018 on Évidence Classics and has received rave reviews for the young Frenchman. For his second solo album, released in 2019 and dedciated to the works of Chopin, he yet again proves that he is a musical talent that you absolutely must keep an eye on.

Since September 2016, Jean-Paul is artist-in-residence at the Singer-Polignac Foundation, together with Shuichi Okada and Gauthier Broutin, with whom he founded the Cantor Trio. He is supported by the Safran Foundation for Music and is a Steinway Artist.

Season 2020/2021 | Photo: Jean-Baptiste Millot | Quotation: NGZ, March 9 2018.
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Jean-Paul Gasparian at Heidelberger Frühling

12 October 2020

Jean-Paul Gasparian will replace Adam Laloum, who cannnot travel due to corona-restrictions, at the Heidelberger Frühling at short notice. With a program of Chopin, Skrajbin, Rachmaninow and Brahms […] more ...

Jean-Paul Gasparian awarded Prix Thierry Scherz in Gstaad

13 February 2020

Jean-Paul Gasparian already received Renaud Capucon’s call on Sunday but now it is finally official: Jean-Paul Gasparian is this year’s winner of the Prix Thierry Scherz at Sommets […] more ...

Pablo Barragán in Budapest, Barcelona and at BASF

12 February 2020

This week Pablo Barragán will go to Budapest, Barcelona and Ludwigshafen to play several concerts. Together with Kian Soltani and Juan Pérez Floristán he will present different programs […] more ...

Jean-Paul Gasparian: From Switzerland to the Baltic Sea

3 February 2020

Jean-Paul Gasparian will be giving concerts in very different surroundings this week: Tuesday he will perform in the Swiss Mountains at Sommets Musicaux des Gstaad. His program will […] more ...

Jean-Paul Gasparian and the Nordwestdeutsche Philharmonie

16 December 2019

On Wednesday, 18th of October the young and very talented pianist Jean-Paul Gasparian is going to perform a Christmas concert together with the Nordwestdeutsche Philharmonie under musical direction […] more ...

Jean-Paul Gasparian’s busy festival summer

12 July 2019

The busy festival summer has already started for Jean-Paul Gasparian! After successul recitals at Les Musicales de Redon and at the Lansdowne Club London, tomorrow he will be […] more ...

Jean-Paul Gasparian with recitals in Paris and London

15 May 2019

On May 17th Jean-Paul Gasparian will release his second CD including Chopin’s Ballades, Polonaises, Valses and Nocturnes. That night, he will present parts of that recording in his […] more ...

Jean-Paul Gasparian at Tonhalle Zürich

5 April 2019

On April 8th Jean-Paul Gasparian will play a beautiful recital program around Debussy, Chopin and Rachmaninov at Tonhalle Zürich’s Série Jeunes. April 8th 2019  Tonhalle Zürich   more ...

Jean-Paul Gasparian with Recitals in Hanover and Berlin

11 January 2019

Jean-Paul Gasparian can be heard at 2 recitals in Germany. On January 14th at the Lunchtime Concerts of the Sparkassenstiftung Hanover and on January 17th in the Piano […] more ...

Jean-Paul Gasparian at the Festival de Radio France et Montpellier

26 July 2018

Jean-Paul Gasparian can be heard this year with two recitals at this established and much visited summer festival in Montpellier. On the 26th and 27th of July, he […] more ...

Jean-Paul Gasparian at Kissinger Summer

25 June 2018

The Kissinger KlavierOlymp is an international piano competition that annually offers six young talents the opportunity to present themselves to the experienced Kissinger audience in recitals and concerts. […] more ...

Jean-Paul Gasparian with recitals in London

8 May 2018

Jean-Paul Gasparian will appear in London three times in the coming weeks and audiences can look forward to his outstanding and varied interpretations! On May 9th, he plays […] more ...

Jean-Paul Gasparian plays Recital in Neuss

7 March 2018

On March 7th, Jean-Paul Gasparian will give a piano recital in Neuss as part of the Zeughauskonzerte, filling in for Till Fellner. In his native France, Jean-Paul Gasparian […] more ...

Jean-Paul Gasparian’s debut CD released today!

9 February 2018

We are very pleased to announce that Jean-Paul Gasparian’s debut CD will be released on the Évidence label (Pias Distribution) today! The young pianist presents a Russian program […] more ...

Welcome Jean-Paul Gasparian!

20 November 2017

The young French pianist Jean-Paul Gasparian joins our artist roster! At the age of twenty-two he already boasts a remarkable resumé: In addition to numerous awards such as 1st […] more ...

Jean-Paul Gasparian – Recital program 2021/22

24 March 2020

After publishing his Rachmanonov-CD in 2018, pizzicato attested the young pianist “brilliant clear play, the elegance of his lecture, a strong sense of form, the analytical refinement and […] more ...

Jean-Paul Gasparian – Recital program 2020/21

23 March 2020

“The play of 23-year-old Jean-Paul Gasparian convinces with effortless implicitness, natural flow and spontaneity” 05.2019, Isabel Herzfeld, Piano News   Program 1 BeethoveniiiiiiSonata No. 12 A flat Major […] more ...

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Bach
Concerto n° 1 BWV 1052 in D minor
Concerto n° 5 BWV 1056 in F minor

Beethoven
Concerto n° 1 in C Major op.15
Concerto n° 2 in B-flat Major op.19
Concerto n° 3 in C minor op.37
Concerto n° 5 in E-flat Major op.73

Chopin
Concerto n° 1 in E minor op.11
Concerto n° 2 in F minor op.21

Gershwin
Rhapsody in Blue

Haydn
Concerto in D Major Hob.XVIII/11

Liszt
Concerto n° 1 in E-flat Major
Concerto n° 2 in A Major
Wanderer – Fantasy, after Schubert

Mendelssohn
Concerto n° 1 in G minor op.25

Mozart
Concerto n°14 in E-flat Major K 449
Concerto n° 20 in D minor K 466
Concerto n° 23 in A Major K 488
Concerto n° 24 in C minor K491
Concerto n° 25 in C Major K 503

Rachmaninow
Concerto n° 2 in C minor op.18
Paganini Variations

Ravel
Concerto in G major

Saint-Saens
Concerto n° 2 in G minor op.22

Tschaikowski  
Concerto n° 1 in B-flat minor op.23

Chopin
Ballad No. 1 in G minor, op. 23
Ballad No. 2 in F major, op. 38 2019
Ballad No. 3 in A-flat major, op. 47
Ballad No. 4 in F minor, op. 52
Nocturne in C minor, op. 48 No. 1
Valse in E minor, op. posth.
Grande Valse brillante in F major, op. 34 No. 3
Nocturne in D-flat major, op. 27 No. 2
Polonaise Herioïque in A-flat major, op. 53
Polonaise-Fantaise in A-flat major op. 61
Évidence classics EVCD059 (2019)

Rachmaninoff – Scriabin – Prokofiev
Rachmaninoff: Etudes-Tableaux, op. 39
Scriabin: Piano sonata No. 2, op. 19
               3 Etudes, op. 65
Prokofiev: Piano sonata No. 2 in d minor, op. 14
Évidence classics EVCD048 (2018)


Archives of the Nohant Festival Vol. 1

Dedicated to Aldo Ciccolini’s last recital, the CD released in December 2016, also includes extracts from the concerts of young pianists who took part in the festival.
There, Jean Paul offers a live representation of Schumann’s sonata in G minor.
(2015)

Winner of the European Contest of Bremen 2014
Debussy: 7 preludes, book 2
Liszt: Sonata in B-flat Minor
(2014 – CD produced at Radio Bremen)

Jean-Paul Gasparian – CD Trailer: Chopin (Evidence Classics)

Jean-Paul Gasparian – CD Trailer: Rachmaninoff, Scriabin, Prokofiev (Evidence Classics)

Jean-Paul Gasparian Mozart Concerto Tonhalle Zürich

Jean-Paul Gasparian – Piano New Talents

Jean-Paul Gasparian – Prokofiev-Sonata No 2 in D Minor, Op 14

Jean-Paul Gasparian – Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 2, Daniel Smith et l’ONDIF

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