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Cansu Naz Eris

Piano

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Cansu Naz Eris werd geboren in İstanbul in 2004. Ze begon op vijfjarige leeftijd met pianolessen bij İlker İşsever. Van 2010 tot 2019 studeerde ze aan het Staatsconservatorium van Istanbul waar ze haar studie vervolgde bij Sibel Atal Devrim. In 2019 werd ze toegelaten tot de Musica Mundi School in België en zette ze haar opleiding voort met beurzen die werden verstrekt door Musica Mundi School en Modern Education Foundation’s (ÇEV Sanat) Young Talent Project Turkey, dat wordt gesponsord door QNB Finansbank. Bij Musica Mundi zette ze haar studie voort bij Hagit Hassid Kerbel en Jacques Rouvier. Ze nam deel aan masterclasses bij Andreas Weber, Gülsin Onay, Aldo Ragone, Gesa Lücker, Grigory Gruzmann, Lev Natochenny, Giuliano Mazzoccante, Massimo Gon en Jean Bernard Pommier.

In 2014 won ze de tweede prijs en de prijs voor “Best Interpretation of a Turkish Composer” op de International Pera Piano Competition in haar leeftijdsgroep. In juni 2017 ontving ze de absolute eerste prijs met 100 punten op de 13e Ars Kosova International Music Competition.

Ze werd geselecteerd als jonge soliste in 2017 en 2019 om op te treden met het Eskisehir Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra en in 2018 om op te treden met het Istanbul State Conservatory Symphony Orchestra. In januari 2018 ontving ze voor haar pianotriocompositie de tweede prijs in de Golden Key Composition Competition en voerde ze haar compositie uit in Wien Ehrbarhall.

Ze is uitgenodigd om solorecitals te geven aan het Kocaeli State Conservatory, Marmara University Music Festival, Beykent University, Cemal Reşit Rey in Istanbul, İzmir Müziksev, Ankara Mozarthaus.

In mei 2019 won ze de eerste prijs bij de nationale jeugdtalentencompetitie en trad ze op met het Istanbul State Symphony Orchestra. In 2021 nam ze deel aan de International Chatou Piano Competition in Parijs en ontving ze de tweede prijs.

Vanaf oktober 2019 trad ze op bij verschillende solo- en kamermuziekconcertactiviteiten van de Musica Mundi School Foundation.


Naz Eris was born in İstanbul in 2004. She started taking piano lessons at the age of five with İlker İşsever. From 2010 to 2019, she has been a student at the Istanbul State Conservatory and continued her studies with Prof. Sibel Atal Devrim. In 2019 she has been accepted to the Musica Mundi School in Belgium and is continuing her education with scholarships provided by Musica Mundi School and Modern Education Foundation’s (ÇEV Sanat) Young Talent Project Turkey, which is sponsored by QNB Finansbank. At  Musica Mundi she is continuing her studies with Prof. Hagit Hassid Kerbel and Prof. Jacques Rouvier.

She participated in masterclasses with Prof. Andreas Weber, Gülsin Onay, Aldo Ragone, Gesa Lücker, Grigory Gruzmann, Lev Natochenny, Giuliano Mazzoccante, Massimo Gon and Jean Bernard Pommier.

In 2014 she was awarded the second prize and the prize for “Best Interpretation of a Turkish Composer” at the International Pera Piano Competition at her age group.

In June 2017 she received the absolute first prize with 100 points at 13th Ars Kosova International Music Competition in the piano discipline.

She has been selected as a young soloist In 2017 and 2019 to perform with the Eskisehir Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra, and in 2018 to perform with Istanbul State Conservatory Symphony Orchestra.

In January 2018 she has been awarded for her piano trio composition the second prize in Golden Key Composition Competition and performed her composition in Wien Ehrbarhall.

She has been invited to perform solo recitals at Kocaeli State Conservatory, Marmara University Music Festival, Beykent University, Cemal Reşit Rey in İstanbul, İzmir Müziksev, Ankara Mozarthaus.

In May 2019 she has been awarded the first prize at the national youth talent competition and performed with İstanbul State Symphony Orchestra.

In 2021, she has participated at the International Chatou Piano Competition in Paris and has received the second prize.

From October 2019 on she has performed at various solo and chamber music concert activities of the Musica Mundi School Foundation.