Praised for his ability of ‘bringing the notes to life, playing with the highest degree of
musicality – not to mention his technical ease’ (Schwetzinger Zeitung), German pianist Jonas
Aumiller is rapidly establishing an international solo career with engagements across the
USA, Italy, Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
Mr. Aumiller was a finalist in the 2019 Busoni Competition (Bolzano, Italy) and top prize
winner of the Ettlingen Piano Competition 2018 (Ettlingen, Germany), and has won first
prizes in the Premio Roberto Melini International Piano Competition (Baselga di Piné, Italy),
PianoTalents International Piano Competition (Milano, Italy), Schumann Junior Competition
(Zwickau, Germany) and the Mary Smart Concerto Competition (New York). An active
performer of chamber music, Mr. Aumiller has won the WDR-Klassikpreis (Münster,
Germany) and the first prize at the International Piano Competition for 6/8 Hands
Mr. Aumiller has appeared in 2013 in concert in the Bellevue Palace in Berlin at the invitation
of the former President of Germany, Joachim Gauck. He has given recitals for the renowned
German concert series Winners and Masters in Munich, the Schleswig-Holstein Musik
Festival, the International Academy of Music in Italy, the Mozart Foundation Italy and the
Summit Music Festival in New York.
A former scholarship holder of the Jürgen-Ponto foundation and the Deutsche Stiftung
Musikleben, Mr. Aumiller is currently an awardee of the Pierino Ambrosoli foundation.
Mr. Aumiller was born in 1998 in Munich (Germany) and began piano lessons at the age of
seven. He earned his Bachelor of Music degree summa cum laude from the Conservatorio di
musica F. A. Bonporti (Trento, Italy) under the tutelage of Massimiliano Mainolfi. Mr.
Aumiller holds a Graduate Diploma from the Juilliard School (New York), where he studied
with the world-famous pianist and teacher Sergei Babayan, and is currently a Master’s student
at the Cleveland Institute of Music, continuing with Maestro Babayan.
A huge admirer of the pianistic traditions of the 20th century, Mr. Aumiller regularly performs
his own transcriptions in his recitals and presents unique programs with less popular gems of
western classical music.