An expert in historically informed functionality procedures, Arthur Schoonderwoerd is a Dutch pianist who has a range of early key pad equipment that are well-suited towards the repertoire from the 18th and 19th decades. Students of Herman Uhlhorn and Alexander Warenberg on the Utrecht Music Academy, he received his diplomas in education, concerto, and chamber music between 1990 and 1993, and pursued research in musicology on the School of Utrecht. He received scholarships to review with Jos truck Immerseel in the Conservatoire Country wide Supérieur de Musique in Paris, and in 1996 he was called Juventus Laureate with the Council of European countries. Schoonderwoerd regularly shows up being a soloist and with many chamber ensembles, especially the Cristofori Outfit, which includes toured holland, Belgium, Germany, France, and Italy. He shows fortepiano and chamber music on the Conservatory of Barcelona.