Knut Jacques is a pianist and fortepianist who’s noted for his thorough scholarship or grant and historically informed shows. He went to the Paris Conservatoire, where he gained three degrees, as well as the Royal Conservatory from the Hague, where he researched piano with Denis Pascal and Ruben Lifschitz, and fortepiano with Bart vehicle Oort. He in addition has worked carefully with Paul Badura-Skoda, Malcolm Bilson, Eric Hoeprich, Alessandro Moccia, and Kenneth Weiss. Showing up like a concerto soloist, chamber musician, and recitalist, Jacques offers performed across European countries and Asia, and he is a regular visitor of music celebrations, like the Kyoto International Event, the Académies Musicales des Saintes, as well as the French summertime celebration, Les Chants de la Dore. On tour, Jacques provides performed using the Orchestre des Champs-Eyséha sido, and he provides provided lecture presentations on the Musée de la Musique in Paris. He in addition has trained in Paris and Burgundy. In 2012, he released an record of Chopin’s single piano works documented in the roomy Pleyel Salon in Paris, where he performed a Pleyel piano dating from 1843, and a Pleyel pianino built in 1834.