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The British pianist Benjamin Grosvenor first achieved prominence as the eleven-year-old, youngest-ever winner of the Keyboard section of the 2004 BBC Young Musician of the Year Competition. He has since taken his place as one of today’s most exceptional musicians, receiving such accolades as “a master pianist” (Gramophone), “one in a million . . . several million” (The Independent), and “a keyboard visionary” (Süddeutsche Zeitung).
Grosvenor’s 2009 sold-out Royal Festival Hall debut with the Philharmonia Orchestra was hailed as “a performance that took its expressive and dramatic cues from ... Read more

The British pianist Benjamin Grosvenor first achieved prominence as the eleven-year-old, youngest-ever winner of the Keyboard section of the 2004 BBC Young Musician of the Year Competition. He has since taken his place as one of today’s most exceptional musicians, receiving such accolades as “a master pianist” (Gramophone), “one in a million . . . several million” (The Independent), and “a keyboard visionary” (Süddeutsche Zeitung).
Grosvenor’s 2009 sold-out Royal Festival Hall debut with the Philharmonia Orchestra was hailed as “a performance that took its expressive and dramatic cues from the very heart of the music” (Daily Telegraph). It followed concerto debuts aged thirteen at New York’s Carnegie Hall and London’s Royal Albert Hall and underscored a career that has subsequently seen concerto appearances around the world, from the London Philharmonic to the Brazilian and Tokyo Symphony Orchestas. In 2011, he was awarded the honour of opening the BBC Proms Concerts season with a performance of Liszt’s Piano Concerto no. 2 – the youngest-ever soloist to perform on the ‘First Night’.
A regular at London’s famous Wigmore Hall, Grosvenor is also in demand as a recitalist, appearing frequently in Europe, the USA and Far East. He is also committed to chamber music, where he works closely with musicians from the English Chamber Orchestra. He is a member of the prestigious BBC New Generation Artists scheme, has featured in two BBC television documentaries, and his performances have been broadcast widely in the UK, Europe and USA.
In 2011, Grosvenor became the youngest British musician ever to sign to the Decca label, and the first British pianist to join the label in almost sixty years.

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The British pianist Benjamin Grosvenor first achieved prominence as the eleven-year-old, youngest-ever winner of the Keyboard section of the 2004 BBC Young Musician of the Year Competition. He has since taken his place as one of today’s most exceptional musicians, receiving such accolades as “a master pianist” (Gramophone), “one in a million . . . several million” (The Independent), and “a keyboard visionary” (Süddeutsche Zeitung).
Grosvenor’s 2009 sold-out Royal Festival Hall debut with the Philharmonia Orchestra was hailed as “a performance that took its expressive and dramatic cues from the very heart of the music” (Daily Telegraph). It followed concerto debuts aged thirteen at New York’s Carnegie Hall and London’s Royal Albert Hall and underscored a career that has subsequently seen concerto appearances around the world, from the London Philharmonic to the Brazilian and Tokyo Symphony Orchestas. In 2011, he was awarded the honour of opening the BBC Proms Concerts season with a performance of Liszt’s Piano Concerto no. 2 – the youngest-ever soloist to perform on the ‘First Night’.
A regular at London’s famous Wigmore Hall, Grosvenor is also in demand as a recitalist, appearing frequently in Europe, the USA and Far East. He is also committed to chamber music, where he works closely with musicians from the English Chamber Orchestra. He is a member of the prestigious BBC New Generation Artists scheme, has featured in two BBC television documentaries, and his performances have been broadcast widely in the UK, Europe and USA.
In 2011, Grosvenor became the youngest British musician ever to sign to the Decca label, and the first British pianist to join the label in almost sixty years.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

The British pianist Benjamin Grosvenor first achieved prominence as the eleven-year-old, youngest-ever winner of the Keyboard section of the 2004 BBC Young Musician of the Year Competition. He has since taken his place as one of today’s most exceptional musicians, receiving such accolades as “a master pianist” (Gramophone), “one in a million . . . several million” (The Independent), and “a keyboard visionary” (Süddeutsche Zeitung).
Grosvenor’s 2009 sold-out Royal Festival Hall debut with the Philharmonia Orchestra was hailed as “a performance that took its expressive and dramatic cues from the very heart of the music” (Daily Telegraph). It followed concerto debuts aged thirteen at New York’s Carnegie Hall and London’s Royal Albert Hall and underscored a career that has subsequently seen concerto appearances around the world, from the London Philharmonic to the Brazilian and Tokyo Symphony Orchestas. In 2011, he was awarded the honour of opening the BBC Proms Concerts season with a performance of Liszt’s Piano Concerto no. 2 – the youngest-ever soloist to perform on the ‘First Night’.
A regular at London’s famous Wigmore Hall, Grosvenor is also in demand as a recitalist, appearing frequently in Europe, the USA and Far East. He is also committed to chamber music, where he works closely with musicians from the English Chamber Orchestra. He is a member of the prestigious BBC New Generation Artists scheme, has featured in two BBC television documentaries, and his performances have been broadcast widely in the UK, Europe and USA.
In 2011, Grosvenor became the youngest British musician ever to sign to the Decca label, and the first British pianist to join the label in almost sixty years.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

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