Adriana von Franqué

Artist photo of Adriana von Franqué - Piano

Passion and curiosity drive pianist Adriana von Franqué. Her joy in creating sonic nuances and her sensitivity for compositional subtleties are expressed in her warm and iridescent playing.

Adriana von Franqué was born in Berlin in 1993. She is a multiple prizewinner of the “Jugend Musiziert” competition and was awarded the Butterfly Communications Piano Prize, the Classical Music Prize of the Rotary Club of Berlin, and 2nd prize at the Elise Meyer Competition in Hamburg. Her concert activities have taken her to stages in Europe as well as North and South America, where she has performed with the Neue Philharmonie Berlin and the Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional de Bolivia, among others. In 2015, she opened an exhibition in Berlin together with the then German President Joachim Gauck.

The inclusion of all segments of society in the world of classical music is one of her primary objectives. She therefore meticulously designs her programs, which she usually moderates herself, and develops new concert formats. In addition to her ongoing collaboration with Billstedt Classics, an interactive concert series for children already documented in the NDR Hamburg Journal in 2017, she also created her own innovative concert project in 2019 as part of the CLAB Festival at Resonanzraum Hamburg. She studied with Hubert Rutkowski and Aleksandar Madžar at the Hamburg University of Music and Theatre and currently lives in Berlin.

Picture: Michelle Mantel

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CDs released by GENUIN

with Adriana von Franqué

CD album cover 'Filigrane' (GEN 24867) with Adriana von Franqué


Debüt-Album mit Klavierwerken von Pariser Komponisten zwischen Romantik und Moderne

Adriana von Franqué Piano

GEN 24867  –  1.3.2024