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The Dutch pianist Maurice Lammerts van Bueren studied under Jan Wijn (solo) and Ludmilla Baslawskaja (chamber music) at the Sweelinck Conservatorium in Amsterdam. As a Lieder accompanist he had lessons with Graham Johnson. He has become primarily a specialist in the accompaniment of singers and in chamber music. His piano trio, Trio Suleika, won the Kersjes Award, Holland’s most prestigious chamber music award, and the Vriendenkrans, awarded by the Concertgebouw Amsterdam. He has collaborated with artists including the violinists Frederieke Saeijs and Theo Olof, the violin-duo Herman Krebbers/Theo Olof and members of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. His concerts have taken him to Belgium, Germany, France, Sweden, Slovenia, Taiwan, Trinidad, Syria and the United States. He has recorded several CDs with Trio Suleika, including works by Brahms, Dvořák and Rachmaninov, and American songs with the soprano Henriette Feith.

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