The art of interpretation of the Argentine pianist Leopoldo Lipstein belongs to the most remarkable ones in the field of concerts of our days. Things we take for granted today such as a perfect technique and the sense of style, professionality and musical intelligence are – in an unnoticed way – at the service of a sensitive and loving poetry.

Leopoldo Lipstein, born in 1960, travelled through all South-America as a child prodigy. At the age of 17, he won the first award at the “National Argentine Competition of Piano”.

His most important teachers were Marcelo Tomassini and Aldo Antognazzi in Argentina and Pavel Gililov in Germany.

For the Bavarian Broadcast (Bayrischer Rundfunk) Lipstein played the Concertino by Harald Genzmer for Piano and Strings.

Lipstein’s concerts take place in Germany, the USA, Japan and South-America and he is very much in demand as a partner for chamber music concerts.
Furthermore, Lipstein teaches at the Robert-Schumann-University in Düsseldorf and he has already recorded seven CDs as a solo-artist.