Sabine Weyer

“This grand piano, with its clear, brilliant, deep and poetical voice, boasts qualities that make it a perfectly exceptional instrument.” 



Sabine Weyer was born on May 8th 1988 in Luxembourg. She starts her piano studies at the age of 7 at the Conservatory of her home town, where in 2007 she receives the “Diplôme Supérieur”. In May 2007 she gains the 1. “Prix de Perfectionnement” at the unanimity of the jury members in the CNR of Metz (France). Until 2012 she was studying with Alexandar Madzar at the Flemish Conservatory in Brussels for the Masters Degree which she obtained with distinction. In June 2013, she gets the Postgraduate Degree in the classe of A. Madzar with distinction. Sabine participated in various masterclasses, working with famous professors such as Françoise Buffet-Arsenijevc, Andras Schiff,and Vassil Guenov, Karl-Heinz Kaemmerling, Norma Fisher, Jura Margulis and Paul-Badura Skoda. Sabine recently appeared as a soloist during the Wagner-Verdi-Liszt festival in the Teatro San Carlos in Lisbon and at the Teatro Academico Gil Vicente in Coimbra, as well as in the very famous Castle of Ursel near Antwerp, Belgium. She often performs in concerts in Luxembourg, Belgium, France, Italy, the UK, Portugal and Germany, as a soloist and in different chamber music groups. In 2014, she was touring to China and performing among other venues, at the Shanghai Concert Hall in a programme dedicated to Brahms.

Sabine published her first commercial CD 2015, with music from Rameau and Debussy, CD published by the Austrian label “Paladino” and recorded in the world-famous Konzerthaus in Vienna. The CD has been released in more than 60 countries over the world. In 2017 she was the release of the second CD, with concertos by J.S.Bach as well as the double concerto for violin and piano by F. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (recorded with the Camerata Berlin). In February 2015, Sabine won the 1. Prize at the „Grand Prize Virtuoso“ Competition, and performed in the Royal Albert Hall in London. Since 2015 Sabine is teaching at the Conservatory in Luxemburg-City.

Pianistin Sabine Weyer und die Berliner Camerata mit Bach und Mendelssohn

Sabine Weyer and the Berliner Camerata ensemble interpret works by Bach and Mendelssohn The second CD by Sabine Weyer, recorded at Berlin’s Jesus Christus Church, was released in the summer of 2017. The young pianist chose a C. Bechstein D 282 for interpreting two piano concertos by Johann Sebastian Bach together with the Berliner Camerata ensemble (BWV 1055 and 1056), as well as the Concerto for Piano and Violin in D-Minor by Felix Mendelssohn in duo with violinist Olga Pak. This recording of two complementary works, brilliantly interpreted, was highly praised by critics.