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lily-maisky2 Lily Maisky was born in Paris in 1987, moving to Brussels soon after. She began playing the piano at the age of four, with Lyl Tiempo, also studying with Hagit Kerbel, Olga Mogilevsky, Ilana Davids and Alan Weiss. Lily was a pupil at the Purcell School of Music from 2001 till 2004 where she also studied jazz piano. She has followed master classes and received musical advice from such renowned artists as Martha Argerich, Dmitri Bashkirov, Joseph Kalichstein, Evgeny Mogilevsky, Pavel Gililov, Vitali Margulis, Oleg Maisenberg and Marielle Labeque to name a few. She also participated in the prestigious Verbier Academy and the Oxford Philomusica piano courses.
In 1997, Lily’s first public performance was at the Carnegie Hall, in the Rainforest Foundation Charity Gala Concert, from which a recording was issued. She also features on Mischa Maisky’s most recent recording on Deutsche Grammophon as well as an EMI release of chamber music performances live from the Martha Argerich project.
Lily has been invited to many famous festivals such as the Verbier Festival, Progetto Martha Argerich in Lugano, the Freiburg Zelt Music Festival, Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, the Franz Liszt festival in Austria, Julian Rachlin and Friends in Dubrovnik, Rencontres de Bel Air in France, the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival and the English Chamber Orchestra Music cruise. She has performed solo and ensemble works in such prestigious venues as the Royal Festival Hall in London, Vienna Concerthaus, Munich’s Prinzregentheatre, Hamburg Leiszhalle, La Fenice in Venice, Bonn’s BeethovenHalle, Tokyo’s Suntory Hall, Rome’s Teatro Olimpico, the Moscow Conservatory, Saint Petersburg Philarmonie and Buckingham Palace, among others.
Lily enjoys playing chamber music as well as solo piano and forms a regular duo with Mischa Maisky. She has also performed with artists like Julian Rachlin, Janine Jansen, Renaud Capuçon, Sergey Krylov, Nicholas Angelich, Frank Braley, Gérard Caussé, Chantal Juillet, Dora Schwarzberg as well as up-and-coming violinists Alissa Margulis, Hrachya Avanesyan and Geza Hosszu-Legocky.