Marisa Gupta

Marisa Gupta, piano (Paris, France) was born of Thai and Indian parentage, and received top prizes from the Concours Maria Canals, the Viotti Competition, a Solti Foundation Award, a Fulbright scholarship, and others. She has appeared at Wigmore Hall, the Concertgebouw, Palau de la Música, South Bank Centre, Kings Place, Bridgewater Hall, Warsaw Philharmonic Hall, Ateneul Român, LACMA, Zipper Hall, Tokyo Opera City, and Munetsugu Hall. Broadcasts include appearances on Radio 4 (Netherlands), Catalunya Ràdio, BBC Radio 3, and TV4. She has appeared as a soloist with the Houston Symphony, and participated in numerous festivals including Ravinia, Three Choirs Festival, Prussia Cove, Sunset Chamberfest, Rockport, and City of London Festival. She has collaborated with Stephen Kovacevich, Truls Mørk, Philippe Graffin, Nicholas Dautricourt, Movses Pogossian, and members of the Berlin Philharmonic. She has worked closely with several composers, notably Jörg Widmann, Philippe Hersant, and David Matthews, and has given the US and UK premieres of works by Jean-Frédéric Neuburger, European premieres of works by Ned Rorem and Aaron Jay Kernis at Wigmore Hall, and the world premiere of Rhapsodie by Philippe Hersant. Marisa received the Diplôme de Soliste from the Conservatoire de Genève, studying with Pascal Devoyon. Previous Yellow Barn musicians (2018, 2017)