Pianist Ivan Ilić took degrees in mathematics and music at UC Berkeley before winning a “Premier Prix” at the Conservatoire Supérieur de Paris. The City of Paris sponsored his first recording. Career highlights include recitals at Carnegie Hall, Wigmore Hall, and Toronto’s Glenn Gould Studio. He recently gave recital débuts in Vienna, Sao Paulo, Geneva and Berlin. Ivan’s recordings – 24 Préludes by Claude Debussy , Godowsky’s Chopin Studies for the Left Hand , The Transcendentalist , and Ivan Ilić plays Morton Feldman  – have been exceptionally well-received by the press, and are regularly broadcast across six continents. His next CD  will be dedicated to Antoine Reicha, Beethoven’s Czech lifetime friend and rival.