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The youngest winner in the history of the Beethoven International Competition in Bonn in 2011, Second Prize in the Queen Elizabeth of Belgium International Competition in 2013 at the age of twenty, Rémi Geniet was welcomed in 2015 to the prestigious Young Concert Artists in New York and is now one of the most distinguished pianists of his generation.
Rémi Geniet is invited to perform with many internationally renowned orchestras, with conductors such as Marin Alsop, Emmanuel Krivine, Edo de Waart, Alan Buribayev, Enrique Mazolla, Ernest Martinez Izquierdo, Robert Trevino, David Niemann, Roberto Forés Veses, Eduard Topchjan, Volodymyr Sirenko, Michael Hofstetter, Stefan Blunier, Adrian Leaper and Pavel Gerstein.
Rémi Geniet is regularly invited to perform in major French concert halls and festivals, and has opened the "L'âme du piano" concert series at the Salle Gaveau and the inaugural season of the "New Generation" at the Louis Vuitton Foundation. In early 2016, Rémi was invited to participate in the Gstaadt Musical Summits at the invitation of Renaud Capuçon, where he won the "André Hoffmann" prize.
His first album entirely devoted to Bach, published by Mirare, received a "Golden Diapason of the Year" in 2015. His second recording, dedicated to Beethoven and released in March 2017, was also awarded by the press.