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In June 2023, The Times praised Nikola Meeuwsen's recital in St. Magnus Festival in Orkney in a five-star review: "Meeuwsen's supple technique drew out the delicacy and beauty of everything he played, and the evanescence of sound in Ravel's Tombeau de Couperin was enormously moving".

Nikola Meeuwsen (2002) is one of the most notable young pianists in the Netherlands. In 2022 he was awarded the Grachtenfestival Award (which led to his residency in the festival edition 2023), in 2019 he received The Concertgebouw Young Talent Award, in 2014 the Royal Concertgebouw Competition, and in 2012 Nikola won the Steinway Competition. The Dutch national broadcaster AVROTROS presented his debut album with works by Schumann, Scriabin, Brahms and Bach.

Despite his young age, he has an extensive list of solo and chamber music performances, having worked with symphony orchestras such as the Residentie Orkest, Lithuanian National Orchestra, and Sinfonia Varsovia.

Nikola Meeuwsen is a regular guest at Dutch and international festivals, and has played with ensembles such as Chianti Ensemble, Matangi Quartet, and Ragazze Quartet. He teamed up with violinist Alexander Kerr, violist Vladimir Mendelssohn and in piano duos with Igor Roma, Anna Fedorova, Thomas Beijer, Avedis Kouyoumdjian and Enrico Pace.

Nikola Meeuwsen studies with Marlies van Gent, with Enrico Pace at the prestigious Accademia Pianistica di Imola, and at the Queen Elisabeth Chapel in Brussels with Frank Braley and Avedis Kouyoumdjian. 

Domselaer Artist Management does general management for Nikola Meeuwsen.

Artist Manager: Mr. Marco van de Klundert


T: +316 2150 3480

Photo: Foppe Schut

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