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WORLD CLASS EXPRESSION

"A first class pianist offering one of the finest [Chopin] Études available."
International Piano
“His passion for the piano not only comes through,
but it bursts like a flood breaking a bank.”
Pianist Magazine

UPCOMING CONCERTS

31 March 2024, 7pm - Fukushima City Ongaku Do

with the Fukushima Youth Sinfonietta

Tickets available here

4 April 2024, 2pm -  ZhongShan Hall Taipei

with the Fukushima Youth Sinfonietta and the Taipei Phil Youth Orchestra

Tickets available here

19 April 2024, 7.30pm -  St. Mary's Church, Frinton-on-Sea

Tickets available here

20 May 2024, 7.30pm -  1901 Arts Club London

24 Chopin Etudes and Other Stories
Tickets available here
 

1 June 2024, 7.30pm -  Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, Orlando
Tickets available here

28 November 2024, 7pm -  Opera City Tokyo
Piano and cello recital with Masanori Taniguchi
Tickets available here

     

Collection

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WEILL RECITAL HALL
AT CARNEGIE HALL

Photo by John Caruso

Photo by Miklos Csepely-Knorr

BOSTON SYMPHONY HALL

Panos Karan is a pianist, conductor and humanitarian whose ideas are fast shaping the understanding of classical music in the 21st century. Born in Greece and educated at the Royal Academy of Music in London, Panos has taken music from the world’s top concert halls into the Amazon jungle, to the most impoverished districts of Kolkata, to prisons of war-torn Sierra Leone, and to the evacuation centers of post-tsunami Japan. Most recent performances include four solo recitals at Carnegie Hall, New York, Symphony Hall, Boston, Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, Sydney Opera House, Suntory Hall, Tokyo, and Tokyo Opera City, at the presence of Empress Michiko of Japan. 

 

In September 2010 Panos founded the charity Keys of Change helping bring music to young people living under extraordinary circumstances around the world, and in 2014 he founded the Fukushima Youth Sinfonietta. 

 

He has recorded Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No. 3 and recently the 24 Chopin Etudes in live recital at London’s Cadogan Hall.  

 

Panos Karan has visited more than 130 countries, has lived in Barcelona, Buenos Aires, Athens, Tokyo and currently resides in London. He speaks seven languages. 

Photo by Fumiko Tanaka

SUNTORY HALL

Photo by Takayuki Arai

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QUEEN ELIZABETH HALL

Photo byMiklos Csepely-Knorr

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