Bernd Glemser

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born on 30/5/1962 in Dürbheim, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Bernd Glemser

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Bernd Glemser (born 1962, Dürbheim) is a German pianist. A student of Vitaly Margulis, in 1989 he became Germany's youngest piano professor at Saarbrücken's Musikochschule.

He has recorded major pieces by Rachmaninov, Prokofiev, Schumann, Scriabin, and Tchaikovsky.

In 2003 Glemser was decorated with the Bundesverdienstkreuz.

His recording of Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 2 was featured in Spider-Man 3 (2007).

Record of piano prizes, incomplete
Year Competition Prize 1st prize winner / Ex-aequo with...
1983 María Canals, Barcelona 2nd prize 1st prize void / Kyoko Koyama.
1984 Ferruccio Busoni, Bolzano 3rd prize Louis Lortie.
1984 Mario Zanfi, Parma 1st prize
1985 Sydney International Piano Competition 2nd prize Du Ning-Wu
1986 Rina Sala Gallo, Monza 1st prize
1987 ARD, Munich 2nd prize 1st prize void / Ricardo Castro.
1988 Concours de Montreal 2nd prize Angela Chang


External links

  • Bernd Glemser at Naxos Records webpage.
  • Bernd Glemser at Oehms Classics webpage.
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