Sabine Weyer

Praised as « one of the most important young pianists of today » at International Piano, Sabine Weyer has shown exceptional musical talent since her earliest childhood. Following her initial training at the Conservatoire of Esch-Alzette in Luxembourg, she studied at different pianistic schools in France, Belgium, United Kingdom under the guidance of, amongst others, Bernard Lerouge (CRR Metz, France), Vassil Guenov (Belgium), Aleksandar Madzar (Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel, Belgium), Rustem Hayroudinoff (Royal Academy of Music, London, UK). Studying further under distinguished artists Paul Badura-Skoda, Oxana Yablonskaya, Aquiles delle Vigne to quote just a few, Sabine Weyer became a pianist showing « a questing intellect in tandem with fearless technique » (Colin Clarke, International Piano March 2021).
Having developed a strong musical personality, characterised by a tremendous sensitivity and a deep curiosity for less-known jewels of the repertoire, Weyer regularly amazes her audiences with surprisingly interesting programs, featuring composers that are not so often played and yet deserve a much larger interest. As a result of this approach, her recent recording of piano works by Nikolai Miaskovsky and Nicholas Bacri, gained huge media attention.
Her discography won numerous awards, such as the Pasticcio Award from ORF Austria, Supersonic Award by Pizzicato, Grand Frisson from Audiophile magazine etc and her albums have been nominated several times for the ICMA and Opus Klassik Prize in Germany.

Appearing on the world’s most prestigious concert halls , Philharmonie Berlin, Philharmonie Luxembourg, Tonhalle Zürich, Philharmonie Am Gasteig München,  Salle Cortot Paris, Shanghai Concert Hall, the big hall of Moscow Conservatory, Royal Albert Hall London, Konzerthaus Wien. Sabine Weyer is also regularly invited to international festivals and performs extensively with orchestras such as the Nordwestdeutsche Philharmonie (with whom she recorded « A light in the dark »), Sofia Soloists, Ukrainian National Philharmonic, Nuove Musiche, Orchestra of the Landestheater Trier, Kurpfälzisches Kammerorchester etc, under conductors such as Erich Polz, Plamen Djouroff, Eric Lederhandler, Wouter Padberg and Daniel Raiskin.
Among her chamber music partners are celebrated musicians such as Aleksey Semenenko, Pavel Vernikov, Svetlana Makarova, Alena Baeva, Gary Hoffman, Yury Revich, Mindaugas Backus and Julien Beaudiment.

Sabine Weyer has received outstanding reviews from BBC Music Magazine, Fono Forum, Gramophone, International Piano, Pizzicato, BBC Radio 3, Musique. Sabine has featured extensively in International Piano magazine, celebrating the release of her fifth CD « Mysteries ». Her recordings are regularly broadcast around the world on all major radio stations.

Since 2015 Sabine Weyer has been professor for piano at the Conservatoire de la Ville de Luxembourg, fulfilling her desire to pass on musical knowledge to younger generations. As a pedagogue, she has been invited to teach at masterclasses abroad including at the Scriabine Summer Academy in Italy, the Beijing Normal University in China and the European Summer Music Academy in Djakova/Kosovo.