couples a mature playing technique with an unbridled passion for the piece she is playing and the instrument she is playing it on, resulting in an auditory experience that kindles the spirit and sets the heart aflame" – said the Süddeutsche Zeitung of the young German pianist’s art.
She no longer knows exactly when she started playing the piano. Actually she cannot remember a time when she did not play the piano. Luisa Imorde comes from a family of musicians. She was a very small girl when she took her first piano lessons from her mother, who was already an experienced educator. Her father currently occupies a position as professor for piano at the University of Music in Rostock.
The young artist commenced her studies with Andreas Frölich at the University of Music in Cologne in the last two years before her school leaving examination. She continued them at the Salzburg Mozarteum with Jacques Rouvier, who is considered one of the world’s most important teachers of the piano. Luisa Imorde has played at competitions and won prizes, but she finds it much more interesting to compare and contrast the works of various composers with the declared aim of making us – her audience – listen to them in a new way and showing us relationships that we had never noticed before.