Caroline Haffner

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Caroline Haffner is a musical performer.[1]

Biography[edit]

She was born as Princess Caroline Murat in Paris and studied piano with Alfred Cortot and Samson François, Pierre Sancan, and later with Lev Oborin in Moscow. She was awarded her Licence de Concert when she was 14 years old from the Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris. Caroline started a lifelong career as teacher and performer aged 18 in Paris. She was the youngest laureat at the Marguerite Long international competition,[citation needed] won the Grand Prix at the Genève International Competition and the Terni Casagrande among other prestigious prizes.[citation needed] She cofounded with Martin Engstroem the Verbier Academy.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Caroline Haffner, piano". InstantEncore. 
  2. ^ "Caroline Haffner". Archived from the original on 2011-05-05. Retrieved 2011-04-13. Co-founder of the Verbier Piano Academy and invited to give masterclasses in academies, conservatoires and universities around the globe, Caroline Haffner began a series of "ateliers musicaux" in Venice in 2011 and was awarded the Order of Merit for the Republic of Poland in 2014. ... 

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