Born in Tbilisi, pianist Meri TSCHABASCHWILI belongs to her generation’s most exciting Georgian musicians.
The first prize laureate of the International Rachmaninov Competition in St. Petersburg is a highly accomplished chamber music partner and accompanist. She performs regularly in her homeland of Georgia as well as Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Spain, Belgium, China, South Korea and Mexico.

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Marie-Dominique Gilles studied piano at the Royal Conservatories of Brussels and Liège, with Robert Leuridan and Chantal Bohets. She explores a very large field of repertoires, and the practice of contemporary creation seems to her to be self-evident. Marie-Dominique Gilles does not want to oppose historical and contemporary repertoires and very often mixes the two in her programming, looking for new mutual insights.

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Pierre Liemans was born in Braine-le-Comte, Belgium, in 1961. After studying music at the Academy of Braine-le-Comte, Pierre continued his training at the Royal Conservatories of Liège, Brussels and Mons, where he obtained advanced degrees in piano, chamber music and organ, as well as various prizes in accompaniment and music composition.

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Rita Melem

Rita MELEM was born in Budapest/Hungary.

She earned her diploma at the "Franz-Liszt Musicacademy" with Prof. Bodoky-Krause in 1996. She also studied concert piano at the Music-University Graz with Sebastian Benda and vocal accompaniment with Gerhard Zeller.

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