Pascal Nemirovski is proud to have been involved in the teaching of these prize-winning pianists from the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire.
Andrei Ivanov (Belarus)
4th Prize: Valencia International Piano Competition (2017), Spain and winner of the “Best Interpreter of Spanish Music”. 3rd Prize: Birmingham International Piano Competition (2018), UK.
Roman Kosyakov (Russia)
1st Prize: Hastings International Piano Concerto Competition (2018), UK.
The Audience Prize and the “ Royal Philharmonic Orchestra” Prize.
1st Prize: Sheepdrove Inter-Collegiate Piano Competition (2018), UK and the Audience Prize.
4th Prize: Antoine de Saint-Exupéry International Piano Competition (2017), France.
Luigi Carroccia (Italy)
Van Cliburn International Piano Competition (2017), USA: Quarter-Finalist.
Domonkos Csabay (Hungary)
1st Prize of Brant-Birmingham International Piano Competition.
Selected by The Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Master Competition and The Buchmann-Mehta School of Music top young Israeli Pianists to play live at The Buchmann-Mehta in Tel Aviv.
Emanuil Ivanov (Bulgaria)
1st Prize: Busoni International Piano Competition (2019), Italy.
2nd Prize: Casagrande International Piano Competition (2019) & Audience Prize, Italy.
Daniel Lebhardt (Hungary) Represented by Askonas Holt
1st Prize: Young Concert Artists auditions (YCA), Paris and New York.
1st Prize: Young Classical Artists Trust (YCAT), London.
Sydney International Piano Competition (2016): Most Promising Pianist prize.
Edward Leung (USA)
Gold Medal Winner Donohoe Prize (2017).
3rd Prize: Piano Campus International Piano Competition (2018), France.
Winner Brighton and Hove Concerto Competition (2018).