Enrico Noel Czmorek - Hungary (15)
Enrico Noel Czmorek was born on 17th January 2003 in Budapest. His musical aptitude and talent showed themselves at an early age Only 3 years old Enrico Noel started to show genuine interest in playing on the piano.
He enjoyed discovering music from an early age and because he had perfect pitch, the process was a game to him.
Since 2011 he has taken part in many major national und international competitions,
were he has always won the 1st prize, usually even with the maxium number of points, for example: Ferenc Liszt Internaional Piano Competition; Euregio Piano Award International Piano Competition; International Bitburger Piano Competition; multiple at „Jugend Musiziert“ Piano competition, Maria Herrero International Piano Competition; ClaviCologne Aachen International Piano Competition, „CASIO“ Talent Days Piano Competition; César Franck International Piano Competition.
In November 2014, Enrico Noel, one of the 12 talented children worldwide received the fantastic invitation to an exclusive week of masterclasses with the famous pianist Lang Lang at the "Allianz Junior Music Camp 2014" in Barcelona. At the end of 2013, Enrico Noel moved to Germany with his family and since January 2014, at the age of 11, has been receiving private lessons from Prof. Andreas Frölich in Bonn. Since 2016, he has been registered at the University of Music and Dance in Cologne as a young student at Prof. Andreas Frölich. Because Enrico was at the Lang Lang AJMC, he got to know Prof. Wolfram Schmitt-Leonardy, who is currently also Enrico’s Professor at the Talent Music Academy in Brescia, Italy.
He won "Casio Talent Days Competition" in the spring of 2016 where he received a masterclass from pianist Benjamin Grosvenor and subsequently opened his concert. He was captured by the 13 year old in July 2016 as the youngest artist for Casio and brand ambassador for “Celviano Grand Hybrid“ in the official Artist Pool was recorded. Despite his young age, Enrico has shown his talent on several public concerts
solo and with orchester, for example in the Cologne Philharmonic Hall.