Date: 07.11.2024

Julian Trevelyan, Piano

Julian Trevelyan is a British musician. In 2021 he came second at the Concours Géza Anda in Zurich, winning both the Mozart Prize and the Audience Prize. At the age of 16, he was the main prizewinner and also the youngest prizewinner of the Concours Marguerite Long in Paris. He won further prizes at the Ile de France (F), Dudley (UK), Dumortier (B) and Kissinger Klavierolymp (D) competitions.

With the support of Patrick Masure, Julian studied piano and composition at the École Normale Alfred Cortot in Paris. He had lessons with Rena Shereshevskaya during his studies and has been working as her assistant since fall 2021.

Julian is Composer in Residence at Ensemble Dynamique Paris. He is an alumnus of the Lieven International Piano Foundation Hamburg.

During his training Julian was taught by Christopher Elton, Elizabeth Altman and Rita Wagner. He studied musicology at Oxford University and also holds a degree in geology. Julian currently lives and works in Paris. In his spare time he leads a string quartet, plays period instruments and is part of a Mandarin a cappella choir. He enjoys reading, cooking, sports and speaks French, German and Italian as well as English.


Keresztes Artists and the music schools of the Canton of Zug would like to promote young talents and offer the young musicians of these music schools a stage in the evening's supporting program.

Programme coming soon