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WIKIPEDIA articles! Freddy Kempf is a pianist born in Croydon in
1977 to a German father and a Japanese mother. He now lives in
Berlin.He was educated at St Edmund's School, Canterbury and the
Royal Academy of Music. He now lives in Berlin. Taking up the piano
at the age of four under Ronald Smith, Kempf first caught the
attention of British concertgoers four years later when he played
Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 12, K. 414, with the Royal Philharmonic
Orchestra at the Royal Festival Hall. The child virtuoso was
shortly invited to Germany to repeat his performance. In 1987,
Kempf won the first National Mozart Competition in England and in
1992, was named BBC Young Musician of the Year for his performance
of Rachmaninoff's Paganini Rhapsody. He won the Young Concert
Artists International Auditions in 1996 which led to his New York
City recital debut at Carnegie Hall.
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