Eric Artz - Pianist

📆 Agenda - Concerts

Pix'Ailes Convention (Ile de France)

Discover retro video game themes from the 80s to the 2000s animated on screen.

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Châteaubriant

Classical and Film Music Program

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Who is Eric Artz?

Concert pianist and teacher, virtuoso in the classical repertoire, movie music and Japanese anime, Eric Artz has been sharing his passion for the piano all over the world since he was very young.
Revealed at the age of 10 in Jacques Martin's "L'Ecole des Fans" program, he is now a graduate of the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Paris and the Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris, and has won more than 20 international competitions.
He performs regularly in concert in France (Paris, Lille, Lyon, Marseille, etc.) and abroad (Japan, Mexico, England, Israel, Morocco, Switzerland and in Europe).
He has also made several TV appearances (TF1 News, France 2, France 4...), as well as in French cinema (feature film "Hugo's Brain", "Our Future"...) and in the American series "Making The Cut".

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With more than 20 years of teaching experience, teacher at the Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris, come and work with Eric Artz to progress or begin your practice (all levels).

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Relive Eric Artz's concert videos, highlighting his talent and love for the piano, captured in magical, inspiring moments.

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Explore Eric Artz's vast musical repertoire, where every melody and harmony transports you to a vast universe.

Musical repertoire

Discover Eric Artz's photo gallery, revealing his best moments from exceptional concerts.

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TF1 presents the exceptional Candlelight event, brilliantly led by virtuoso pianist Eric Artz. Immerse yourself in the enchanting ambience of these candlelit concerts, immortalized by the TF1 news cameras, where he interprets Chopin's most beautiful melodies with great sensitivity.

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