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Claire-Marie Le Guay (b. June 13, 1974 Paris) is a French classical pianist.


Early life
Le Guay began playing piano at age 4 and entered the Paris Conservatoire at age 14, where she studied with Jacques Rouvier, Pascal Devoyon and Bruno Rigutto. Following her education in Paris, Le Guay continued her education with a variety of established teachers, including Dmitri Bashkirov, Fou Ts'ong, Claude Frank, Alicia de Larrocha, Andreas Staier, György Sebök and Leon Fleisher.[1]

1990 - First prize winner at the International Contest of Chamber Music of Portogruaro, Italy

1994 - Prize-winner at the Maria Canals competition, Barcelona

1994 - First prize winner at the ARD, Munich

1998 - Voted France's Young Musician of the Year

Le Guay has also been championed by Daniel Barenboim[1], who invited her to perform with the Chicago Civic Orchestra.

Le Guay has performed at a variety of prestigious venues including Carnegie Hall and Wigmore Hall.

Current projects
Le Guay is currently recording her final two installments of the four-volume Haydn-Mozart series, to be released on the Universal Accord label.She has also worked as an assistant to Bruno Rigutto at the Paris Conservatoire since 2001.

- Bartók/Carter/Dutilleux - Sonatas (Universal Accord)

- Haydn-Mozart - Works for piano volume 1 (Universal Accord)

- Haydn-Mozart - Works for piano volume 2 (Universal Accord)

- Thierry Escaich - Orchestral Works (Universal Accord)

- Liszt - 12 Etudes d'exécution transendante (Universal Accord)

- Liszt - Concertos and Légendes (Universal Accord)

- Schumann - Kreisleriana op 16; Carnaval op 9 (Universal Accord)

- Stravinsky/Ravel - Petrushka; Daphnis et Chloé (Universal Accord)

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