Prof. Helmut Brauss, concert pianist, was born in 1930 in Milan and studied with Elly Ney, Hans Ehlers and Edwin Fischer amongst others. He has performed in over 1500 concerts, chamber music concerts and radio broadcasts, and has appeared as a soloist with renowned orchestras in Europe, North America and Asia.

For over 25 years, Brauss was professor of music at the University of Alberta, Canada and a visiting professor at the Musashino Ongaku Daigaku in Tokyo. His discography comprises numerous works. He is the author of several books including “Max Reger’s Music for Solo Piano” (Alberta University Press) and “Der singende Klavierton” (Heinrichshofen Verlag).