Caspar Vos


Caspar Vos started his piano studies with Frank Peters at the ArtEZ Conservatory in Arnhem and continued with Jan Wijn at the Conservatory of Amsterdam. Here he obtained his master's degree cum laude in 2014. Caspar has won several prizes at national and international competitions, including a first prize at 'The Grand Dominique Competition' and a second prize at 'The 18th International Piano Competition Jean Francaix' in Paris. In 2015, Caspar was selected as one of the four finalists for The Dutch Classical Talent Award 2016/2017. With his unique 'program without program' he toured the Netherlands.

Caspar performs regularly at home and abroad. He has played solo in piano concertos by Prokofiev, Poulenc, and Mendelssohn and has given concerts all over Europe. He is also a welcome guest at various festivals such as Wonderfeel, The Aurora Festival in Sweden, The International Medtner Festival in London, and Verão Clássico in Lisbon. Caspar attended masterclasses with Ferenc Rados, Dimitri Bashkirov, Eldar Nebolsin, Nikolai Lugansky, Severin von Eckardstein, and Pavel Nersessian. In addition to being a solo pianist, Caspar is a much sought-after chamber music player, regularly playing with renowned musicians from all over the world. In August 2019 Caspar released an album together with cellist Ella van Poucke, initiated by AVROTROS Klassiek. Caspar Vos is also director of the Schiermonikoog Festival.

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