Lars Vogt (b. 1970, September 8 in Düren, Germany) is a German piano player.
Since 1990 - when he won his first competition price - he is been knwon at the major concert halls all over the world. In the season 2003/04 he made his debut with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra (conductor Lorin Maazel) and gave the inaugural concert of the new Carnegie Hall. He is especially interested in chamber music, founding the festival „Spannungen“ in Heimbach (Eifel) in 1998 and doing some remarkable recordings. He has been 'Pianist in Residence' with the Berliner Philharmoniker.
2004 he was awarded with both the Brahmspreis and the Echo Klassik. 2006 he also snatched the 'Großer Kulturpreis der rheinischen Sparkassen'.
Paris, Théâtre des Champs-Élysées