Jorian van Nee was born on December 13, 1999. He studies piano at the Conservatory of Amsterdam with Frank Peters. He previously studied with David Kuyken at the Conservatorium of Amsterdam and Henk Ekkel at the Academie Muzikaal Talent. He followed masterclasses from several pianists including Igor Roma, Ronald Brautigam, and Jan Wijn. He played with several orchestras, including Sinfonia Rotterdam with Renchang Fu, the Yehudi Menuhin orchestra with Malcolm Singer, and the Residentie Orkest in The Hague where he played the Mozart pianoconcert KV449 with Lawrence Foster as conductor. He played several times live on national radio and on television in “De wereld draait door” and “Studio Witteman”. In 2013, he won a first price at the Prinses Christina Concours as well as a first price at the composition competition of the Prinses Christina Concours. In 2015, he won the best accompaniment price at the Prinses Christina Concours. He also won prices at the Young Pianist Foundation and the Peter de Grote Festival. Together with Pieternel Tils and Florianne Remme he plays in the Audax Trio. For more info, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.