Kim Barbier

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Kim Barbier is an internationally accomplished french pianist, who

performs across Europe, the Middle East and South East Asia.

She has been invited to perform piano concertos at the Philharmonie and Konzerthaus in Berlin, at the Beijing Concert Hall with China National Symphony Orchestra, at the Palau della Musica in Valencia with Orquesta de Valencia, at the Lisinski Concert Hall in Zagreb with the Zagreb Radio Orchestra, at the auditorium of Parco de la Musica in Roma with Orchestra di Roma e del Lazio, at Nice Opera House with Orchestre Philharmonique de Nice, at Saigon Opera house with Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra and

in Tallin with Estonian National Orchestra. Through the course of her career, she has worked with conductors such as Robin Ticciati, Lionel Bringuier, Dorian Wilson, Yaron Traub. She also played recitals in several of China´s major chinese concert halls, among others, Oriental Hall and Daning Theater in Shanghai. As a chamber musician, Kim Barbier played with Sol Gabetta, Emmanuel

Pahud, Antoine Tamestit, Guy Braunstein, Tatjana Vassilieva, David Geringas, Sharon Kam, Paul Meyer, Antoine Tamestit. She performs regularly with several members of the Berlin Philharmonic

Orchestra and the Scharoun Ensemble and she is a member of the “New Berlin Philharmonic Piano Quartet”. Kim Barbier has performed chamber music in the International Jerusalem

YMCA, salle Gaveau in Paris, at the Salzburg Easter Festival, Gulbenkian Center in Lisbon, Festival de l´Empéri in Salon de Provence, Festival International de Menton, Rolandseck and Insel Hombroich in Germany. She has recorded for France Musique, Deutschlandradio, Südwestrundfunk, and appareared on the Israeli national television, the german channel ZDF, the national Chinese CCTV, the musical channel Mezzo. Parisian born, Kim Barbier is the daughter of french and vietnamese parents. She studied under Maria Curcio in London and has worked with Ferenc Rados, Leon Fleisher and György Kurtag. She studied at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris, under Pierre-Laurent Aimard, Odile Poisson, Théodore Paraskivescu, from where she graduated with the highest distinction in her postgraduate studies,

"cycle de perfectionnement". The recipient of multiple awards, she won scholarships from Musical Mécénat of banque Société Générale and other private foundations.