Blandine Waldmann is an impressive pianist. Her work on the piano has impressed experts around the world, and she has managed to become recognized as a top talent. Her playing is based on emotion, an amazing quality that helps Blandine tackle even the most challenging composers, a deep, solid interpretation of each musical text with all its variations and nuances. Her music is colorful and varied, engaging the listener and helping them think deeply and feel deeply as well.
Blandine has been described as a new exponent of the keyboard, showcasing her masterful ability to make any piece come alive with a wide range of sounds and emotions that can engage even those who don’t usually listen to classical music. This performer has a great deal of sensitivity and technique, bringing together emotion and precision to make the piano sound as beautiful as it can. Her performances are dynamic and passionate but not lacking in the slightest regarding technique.
Blandine is from France and has built a name for herself on the international music scene. Her work helps audiences feel drawn into and deeply moved by the music. She manages to combine a solid style of performance with all the nuances of emotion. She has worked with masterful artists, such as Loredana Lentini, to build a series of successful performances in renowned spaces.
Waldmann studied the piano and the violin but chose the keys as her instrument. This led her to study with Désiré N’Kaoua. Later, she joined the French Royal Conservatory in Brussels, where she trained with Dominique Cornil. Thanks to her amazing performance and multiple awards, Blandine followed this by studying at the Flemish Royal Conservatory alongside such distinguished personalities as Alexandre Madzar, Daniel Blumenthal, and Viviane Spanoghe. At the Conservatory, the artist earned two Master’s, one in piano and one in chamber music. She continued to study worldwide, taking classes in different European countries with renowned performers.
Between 2014 and 2017, Blandine performed in various contests, earning multiple first places in various prestigious competitions, such as the Grand Prize Virtuoso in Salzburg or the Bradshaw & Buono International Piano Competition in New York. With multiple awards under her belt, the pianist performed in some of the best concert halls across the world, including Carnegie Hall, The Royal Conservatory in Brussels, the Festival della Valle dell’ Orfento, and many, many others. Waldmann is a versatile artist who does not specialize in a specific time. She has worked with the finest pieces from Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Chopin, Liszt, Brahms, Ravel, Tchaikovsky, Scriabin, and many others, but has also succeeded in performing modern music and often works with contemporary composers like Vincenzo Palermo, Frederik van Rossum, and Jonathan Östlund. The artist has recorded Grains, fleur et son envol, for violin, clarinet, percussion, and double bass by Alin Gherman and released an album in 2018, Momentum (Dux Label), which showcases amazing works from Mussorgsky, Scriabin, and Brahms.
You can find more about Blandine through the YouTube channel. Please find out more about this virtuoso at her website at https://www.blandinewaldmann.com/