The Greek-German pianist and harpsichordist Andreas Skouras studied piano with Prof. Franz Massinger and harpsichord with Prof. Lars Ulrik Mortensen and Prof. Ketil Haugsand at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater (Academy of Music and Theater) in Munich. Concert performances, CD, radio and television productions as a pianist and harpsichordist with orchestra or solo, chamber music and recitals take him regularly to other European countries to festivals such as 'Early Music', London, Sacrum Profanum in Krakow festival Aix-en-Provence, the Summer Concerts between Danube and Altmühl, MDR Music Summer, and Gidon Kremer's 'Lockenhaus' and in the USA, where he performed in cities including New York's Carnegie Recital Hall. In January 2008 he played with overwhelming success of his debut in the big hall Concertgebouw in Amsterdam as soloist in Elliott Carter's Double Concerto, conducted by Peter Eötvös. Skouras was e.g. awarded the scholarship for music of the city of Munich and the Bavarian art prize.
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