Recognised as a child prodigy, the Franco Korean pianist Lydie Solomon played at the age of 2, by ear, the Beethoven ‘Ode to Joy’. At the age of 5, she was admitted into the
“Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris” – Alfred Cortot.
She gave her first piano recital at ten at the “Printemps Musical de Silly” in Belgium and at thirteen her first concert with the “Orchestre de la Garde Républicaine”, at Radio France, broadcasted on France Musique. Up to the age of eighteen, Lydie has followed a classical pianistic course, showing brilliant and precocious aptitudes.
At fifteen she was chosen by Paul Meyer and Eric Lesage to perform chamber music concerts. A year later, she came to the attention of the Korean conductor Chung Myung-Whun and toured several times South Korea (Seoul, Daejeon).
At eighteen Lydie started exploring other fields of experience. She graduated from ESSEC with a MBA in 2006.
In June-July 2013, Lydie unveiled her new program, “From Chopin to Cuba”, which she performed worldwide and in 2014, she was invited by the Abu Dhabi Classics international festival which featured world masters of piano and orchestra conductors. The parisian public of classical music witnessed Lydie Solomon's exceptional performance in the concert she presented in Salle Cortot on April 13, 2019, year where Lydie will perform in France and internationally, solo or accompanied by the newly formed TRIO LYLU-AN.