Brahms homage

Multi-award winning pianist Gyu Choi will play in Brussels on the 4th November a piano recital in homage to Brahms.



J. BRAHMS · 2 Rhapsodies Op. 79
I. Agitato
II. Molto passionato, ma non troppo allegro

J. BRAHMS · 4 Klavierstücke Op.119
I. Intermezzo in B minor
II. Intermezzo in E minor
III. Intermezzo in C Major
IV. Rhapsodie in E♭ Major


J. BRAHMS · Piano Sonata No. 1 Op. 1
1. Allegro
2. Andante
3. Scherzo. Allegro molto e con fuoco
4. Finale. Allegro con fuoco

When and where is the concert?

  4th of November at 19:00h

   Atelier Marcel Hastir: Rue du Commerce, 51 1000 Bruxelles

How to get tickets?

Online purchase:


Send us an email with your name and the number of tickets you want to reserve and you will pay for them at the entrance of the hall the day of the concert.

Who is Gyu Choi?

Awarded with the 2nd prize at Cheongju University Competition (South Korea), 1st prize at Baroque Ensemble Competition (South Korea), 2nd prize at Buam Competition (South Korea), Special prize at Figueira da Foz International Piano Prize (Portugal), Grand Prix at Sardoal Young Talent Award (Portugal), 2nd prize at Danubia Talents International Music Competition (Hungarian), 3rd prize at Amigdala Interational Music Competition (Italy), 1st prize at Tiziano Rossetti International Music Competition (Swiss), 3rd prize at International Music Competition Opus (Poland), 1st prize with special prize at Uljus Smederevo International Piano Competition (Serbia), 2nd prize at Gustav Mahler Prize Piano Competition (Czech Republic), 2nd prize at Citta di San Dona di Piave International Piano Competition (Italy), special prize  at Aegio International Piano Competition (Canada).
Graduated from Chungbuk Arts High School (South Korea), Bachelor in Hanyang University College of Music, Department of Piano (South Korea), and studied abroad in Germany while attending the same graduate school. Graduated from Hochschule fur Musik Franz Liszt Weimar (Germany), with a Master’s degree, and graduated from Postgraduate Program at Kunst-Universitat Graz (Austria).
Representative of The Arts Piano Society of Chungbuk, Director of the Korean-German Classic Music Association.

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