Event Details


AntoinE Préat – piano

Thursday 18th May 2023 at the Razumovsky Academy, 56 College Road NW10 5ET

7.30pm (doors open at 7pm)


£ 25 (£15 students and under 25s) to include an interval drink

Haydn Piano Sonata in E minor Hob. XVI/34

Schumann Papillons Op. 2

Brahms Klavierstücke Op. 119

Debussy Images Book II L. 111

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Winner of the Philip and Dorothy Green Award 2020 and City Music Foundation Artist, Franco-Belgian pianist Antoine Préat is a young artist to watch. 

London-based for several years, Antoine has been invited to perform in prestigious venues including the Wigmore Hall, St John’s Smith Square, Salle Gaveau, Salle Cortot, Paris Beaux Arts Museum, Frederyk Chopin Insitute, as well as festivals such as the Nohant Chopin Festival, Lisztomanias, Chopin à Bagatelle, Les Nuits du Piano in Paris, IMS Open Chamber Music at Prussia Cove and Encuentro de Santander. He has been featured on radios such as the BBC, France Musique, Scala Radio and TRT Radio 3. 

Antoine has performed alongside leading artists and orchestras including Maté Szücs, Manuel Blanco, Sinfonietta Lausanne, Lesley Hatfield, Robin Ireland, the Centre de Musique de Chambre de Paris, Sainsbury Soloists, Academy Festival Orchestra, University Orchestra of Alicante and London Student Orchestra. He is also a founding member of Trio Cordiera  with whom he performs regularly.

Throughout his career, Antoine has also been fortunate to receive guidance from Philippe Cassard, Cedric Pescia, Thomas Adès, Robert Levin, Jerome Lowenthal, Richard Goode, Imogen Cooper and Stephen Hough. 

After graduating with honours from the Ecole Normale de Paris where he studied with Liudmila Berlinskaia and Guigla Katsarava, Antoine furthered his studies at the Royal Academy of Music under the tutelage of Tatiana Sarkissova and Christopher Elton, also studying harpsichord and fortepiano with Carole Cerasi.

He was a semifinalist at the Clara Haskil Competition 2021 and has been a finalist of such competitions as the Ettlingen Competition for Young Pianists, as well as a prizewinner of the Concours international d’Ile de France, Los Angeles Colburn Piano Festival Competition, and received an honour prize at the New York Début Piano Competition. 

Antoine is supported by Talent Unlimited, the Munster Derek Butler Award, Hattori Foundation and the Winifred Christie Trust Award.

For further details and booking request please contact  [email protected]