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Harrison Herman


Originally from Sydney (Australia), born in 1995 and based in Madrid from an early age, Harrison began his musical studies at the age of eight with Laura Díaz and continued with Javier Gómez Dólera at the Integrated Music Center ""Padre Antonio Soler"" (CIMPA), in San Lorenzo de El Escorial.

At ten he is awarded with the first prize in the Hazen Intercentros piano competition in Madrid and two years later, with the second prize in the Antón García Abril competition. In 2013 he acceded to the upper grade conservatory of music of Castellón, where he began his studies with maestro Leonel Morales.

Recently Harrison Herman has been awarded with first prize at La Rioja international  piano competition, the second prize in the prestigious Third Shigeru Kawai International Piano Competition in Tokyo (2019), the fourth prize in the Grand Prix Internationale de Piano de Lyon (2019), the first prize in the Amparo Fandós contest ( 2019) and the first prize in the competition Shigeru Kawai City of Madrid (2019), where he also won the EPTA award for the best interpretation of an 18th-century Spanish work and the recording of a CD, sponsored by Kawai Spain and Drax Audio.

With a Master's degree in interpretation, Harrison has more than 30 national and international awards, including the first prizes in piano competitions: Compositores de España, CIPCE (2018), Ciudad de Leganés (2017), Cidade de Ferrol (2016 ), accompanied by the special prize for the interpretation of Spanish music, María Herrero (2016), etc.

In just one month in 2016, he won the highest award in three of the international piano competitions held in the Valencian community: Ciutat de Xátiva, Ciutat de Carlet and Gabriel Teruel Machí.

Since he debuted at the age of ten at the National Music Auditorium, Harrison Herman's growing concert activity has led him to perform offering concerts and recitals in prestigious venues in Europe and Asia.

His professional career has led him to play with important orchestras (Virtuosos de Madrid on several occasions, Kurkova State Symphony Orchestra, Galician Symphony Orchestra, etc.) under the direction of masters such as Mariusz Smolij, Enrique García Asensio, Melani Mestre, Emin Guven Yaslicam, Marc Moncusí, Guillaume Berney, etc.

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