The German-French pianist Elena Fischer-Dieskau is consistently
praised by critics and audiences for her intensely captivating stage
presence, and provokes great enthusiasm each time she performs.
She was born in Berlin to a musical family. With a French mother,
Elena grew up partly in France and attended the Conservatoire de
Paris as a child before moving to the Hanover University of Music,
Theatre and Media. Following this, she studied in the USA at the
Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore
with the legendary Leon Fleisher, where she completed her
Graduate Performance Diploma.
As an undergraduate, Elena played the role of pianist in the French
drama film “Tout est pardonné” . She has featured in programmes
on BBC Radio Scotland and Radio 3. She is mentored by Alfred
She also taught at St Mary’s Music school in Edinburgh from 2018
Clara Schumann Variations on a Theme by Robert Schumann
Mel Bonis Women of Legend, Seven Pieces
Robert Schumann Waldszenen (Forest Scenes)
Robert Schumann Sonata No 2
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