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CATHERINE GORDELADZE

Born in Georgia and now living in Germany, the pianist Catherine Gordeladze has earned critical acclaim as a recitalist, orchestral soloist and chamber musician. Her concert activity includes participation in major festivals, broadcasts and television transmissions. She is the winner of several international competitions. Her recent engagements include solo appearances at the Engelberg Piano Festival, the Bad Homburger Schlosskonzerte with the South-West German Chamber Orchestra Pforzheim, the Munich Philharmonic Hall at the Gasteig in the Winners and Masters series, and at the Hessischer Rundfunk Frankfurt in its lunchtime concert series. She received her musical training in Tbilisi, Frankfurt, and Weimar, graduating with a concert diploma. Her début CD Hommage à Haydn, for Ars Musici, has attracted particular attention.

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