Sergio Tiempo has become the accomplished South American pianists of his era. While he’s less known in america, he offers achieved considerable popularity in Japan & most of European countries. His repertory is rather broad but mainly in the Passionate and post-Romantic mainstream, with Mendelssohn, Schumann, Chopin, Liszt, Mussorgsky, and Ravel greatly represented. Tiempo was created right into a musical family members in Caracas, Venezuela, in 1972. He required piano lessons from his mom, Lyl, at age group two. At three he offered his first general public recital and a 12 months later performed on Argentinian tv. He was seven when he produced his debut in London, where he strolled off with many prizes in the 1980 Ealing Music Event, one for some talented performer. Thereafter, Tiempo loved a fantastic musical education, with a number of the finest piano educators: Tessa Nicholson, Pierre Sancan, Maria Curcio, Michel Béroff, and Alan Weiss. He also analyzed with Murray Perahia, Fou Ts’ong, and Dmitri Bashkirov, all in the Fondazione per il Pianoforte in Como, Italy. Furthermore, Martha Argerich and Nelson Freire possess offered as mentors to Tiempo, frequently assisting him in his profession. 1986 was a pivotal 12 months for Tiempo: he was granted the Prix Alex de Vries in Belgium and performed in the Concertgebouw Amsterdam within the Great Pianists series, and he developed a global following whenever a live documenting of 1 of his concerts was released around the JVC Victor label. In the second option 1980s and 1990s Tiempo concertized frequently throughout European countries, Japan, as well as the Americas, frequently as a duo along with his sister Karin Lechner. The set made many recordings collectively, including a disk of children’s functions by Mozart, Bizet, and Milhaud around the Cristofori label (1985) and Tango Plus (1995) on Verdi Classics. Essential single recordings by Tiempo possess included a set of Chopin discs released in 1997 on Verdi Classics, one offering the Piano Sonata No. 2 and different solo functions, the other giving the First Piano Concerto and the bigger version from the Andante Spianato. In 2000 Tiempo received the Grand Prix Davidoff in Germany. Tiempo offers continued to transport much concert schedule, producing appearances with main orchestras across the world. He previously toured Japan seven occasions by 2006, and in 2015 collaborated with Gustavo Dudamel to execute Ginastera’s Piano Concerto No. 1. His recordings included an EMI disk of functions by Mussorgsky, Chopin, and Ravel.