The pianist Toni Ming Geiger combines eras, disciplines and cultures in his work. He works with singers and instrumentalists as well as composers, dancers, puppeteers, writers, directors and actors to create new concert experiences. Born in Munich in 1990, Toni Ming Geiger trained in Cologne and Paris with Pavel Gililov, Michel Dalberto, Andreas Frölich, Jacob Leuschner and Ulrich Eisenlohr. In the academic year 2018/2019, he taught the subject of song design at the Cologne University of Music and Dance. He has received many national and international awards for his musical work. Together with the soprano Elena Harsányi he is a prizewinner of the "Académie Orsay-Royaumont" 2019/2020, for which he is curating a programme between art song and impressionist painting at the Musée d'Orsay Paris. His appearances led him among other things to Carnegie Hall New York, Wigmore Hall London, Pierre Boulez Hall Berlin and the Cologne Philharmonic. He received important artistic inspiration from Pierre-Laurent Aimard, Renée Fleming, Thomas Hampson, Hartmut Höll and Christoph Prégardien. Toni Ming Geiger is a Fellow of the Lied Academy of the "Heidelberger Frühling" 2018-2021 and was a fellow of the Carnegie Hall SongStudio, the Britten-Pears Young Artist Programme, the "Cusanuswerk", the "Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben", the "Dörken-Stiftung" and the Academy Concerto21 of the "Alfred-Töpfer-Stiftung FVS".