Seta Tanyel


Seta Tanyel

Classical pianist

Born in Istanbul of Armenian parentage, she studied at the Vienna Hochschule für Musik with Dieter Weber and Bruno Seidlhofer before continuing her studies in London with Louis Kentner. A major prizewinner at the International Beethoven Competition in Vienna in 1973 and at the inaugural Arthur Rubinstein Competition in Israel in 1974, she made her recital and orchestral debuts in New York, Philadelphia and London in 1978. Since that time she has toured extensively in Europe, Russia, the Middle and Far East and North and South America, performing with orchestras including the London Symphony, the Philharmonia, the Vienna Symphony and Israel Philharmonic and collaborating with such conductors as Vaclav Neumann, Jane Glover, Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos and Yuri Simonov.

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