Julian Trevelyan is a British musician. At the age of 16, he won the top prize at the Concours Marguerite Long. He has also won laureates at the CFRPM, Dudley, Dumortier and Kissingen competitions. He studies at the École Normale Alfred Cortot with Rena Shereshevskaya, sponsored by Patrick Masure. He has also studied composition there and is composer in residence with Ensemble Dynamique. He is an Alumnus of the Lieven International Piano Foundation. He has also studied with Christopher Elton, and Elizabeth Altman. Julian has performed more than twenty different piano concertos, including the first version of Tchaikovsky’s concerto Op. 23. He gave the first Russian performance of the Concertino for piano and orchestra by Lucas Debargue at Zaryadye Hall in Moscow. In addition, he studied musicology at Oxford University and has a degree in Geology. He leads a string quartet, plays historical instruments and is part of a mandarin a capella choir. In his spare time, he enjoys reading, cooking and sports.