"Ulex played Liszt's Piano Concerto No.2, her harp-like arpeggios sweeping across the keyboard drew in the audience from the start. Her charisma simply was unstoppable."
- Classical New Jersey Society Journal
Pianist Evelyn Ulex was born and raised in Berlin, Germany. At the age of ten, she won the national "Festival of Young Talent" in Dresden, later taking top awards in the
J.S. Bach competition in Leipzig, Germany. Ulex holds degrees from Berlin's University of the Arts as well as the acclaimed Folkwang Hochschule in Essen, Germany where she did her Concert Examen studies in the Master Class of Professor Boris Bloch.
Ms. Ulex, a finalist for the Frienna Awerbuch International Piano Competition in New York City, is an established pianist in both the United States and Europe. Highlights of recent seasons include appearances in New York City at Carnegie Hall, Le Poisson Rouge, Public Library for the Performing Arts, Symphony Space, 92nd St. Y,
Steinway Hall, National Arts Club, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, International Pianofest in the Hamptons, Summer Festival at Rutger's University, Imani Winds Festival at Juilliard and Mannes School, Berlin's Konzerthaus, Berliner Philharmonie,
Goethe Institutes, German and American consulates around the globe.
An active chamber musician who continues to explore musical genres, Ms. Ulex has collaborated on a number of special projects such as "Sight & Sound," a live concert featuring projections of paintings by Berlin artist Ade Frey. The images projected provide an emotional response to Ms. Ulex’s performance of music by Modest Mussorgky's "Pictures at an Exhibition", Schumann and Villa Lobos. Audiences in New York, Atlanta, Barcelona, Valencia and Berlin have all been enthralled by this singular multi media experience.
Ms. Ulex also collaborates with Brazilian soprano Katia Guedes. The result is an inspired new album “The Brazilian Classical Song”, recently released on the Tango Malambo Label. The album contains music which spans over 200 years of classical Brazilian Song repertoire.
As a founding member of the TransAtlantic Ensemble, Ms. Ulex performs with American clarinetist Mariam Adam.TransAtlantic Ensemble’s latest recording for the Steinway label will be released Summer 2016.
In addition to performing around the world, Ms. Ulex has been commissioned to record for Steinway & Sons new Spirio, the world’s finest high resolution player piano.
Ms. Ulex has been featured on Berlin Radio's "Artist Portraits" series, WWFM and can be heard on E1 Entertainment (Koch classics), Tango Malambo and Eroica. As Steinway artist Ms. Ulex divides her time working out of New York City and Berlin.
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