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ERIC LARSEN

The American pianist Eric Larsen received his B.M. with Distinction from the University of Wisconsin. Upon his graduation from the Manhattan School of Music he was appointed to the artist-faculty of the North Carolina School of the Arts. He was the recipient of the North Carolina School of the Arts Award for Excellence in Teaching in the year 2000. He is also on the summer faculty of the Meadowmount School of Music in New York. His teachers include Dora Zaslavsky, Artur Balsam and Carroll Chilton (USA), Pierre Sancan (Paris), and Benjamin Kaplan (London). With a busy performance schedule he tours regularly in Russia, Europe, Asia and throughout the United States. He has played extensively in the Middle East, South America and the Scandinavian countries where his research of the Edvard Grieg Manuscript Collection in the Bergen Bibliotek (Norway) was generously supported by grants from the Mary Duke Biddle and Andrew Mellon Foundations. Having performed in all the major New York concert halls, he is best-known in New York for his retrospective concerts of Beethoven, Brahms and Ravel. He is in demand internationally for both solo piano and chamber music master-classes and has been on the jury of numerous American and European international piano competitions.


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