Gesa Luecker ← Back to list
German pianist Gesa Luecker made her concerto debut aged 12. She has been a prize-winner in national and international competitions and has performed in major halls such as the NDR Radio Hall Hannover, Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall New York, Wigmore Hall London, Oriental Arts Center Shanghai, etc. Gesa gained the soloist diploma from the University of Music and Drama Hannover under the guidance of Martin Dörrie and Matti Raekallio and received further inspiration from musicians such as Arie Vardi, Fabio Bidini, and Jerome Rose. Her CDs are published at Genuine and Wergo Label.
In 2010 Gesa Luecker became a professor of piano at the University for Music and Dance in Cologne, Germany. Her students are now frequent prize winners in international competitions.
She is active as a Jury member (Singapore International Piano Competition, NYCA Worldwide Debut Audition, IKIF Dorothy McKenzie Award New York, Carl Bechstein Competition Berlin, Carl Maria von Weber International Piano Competition Dresden, and many more) and gives regular Masterclasses worldwide.