Eric Le Van is an American classical pianist particularly known for his interpretations of the music of Brahms and Scriabin. He is also an archivist of unusual repertoire. He has been guest soloist and recitalist in major festivals and venues in the United States and in Europe, notably the Weimar Franz Liszt Festival and the Beethovenfest in Bonn, the Fetes Romantiques de Nohant Festival in France, as well as the Kennedy Center and the Library of Congress in Washington D.C.
About Eric Le Van
He became a fixture on the North American and European concert circuit as a soloist and chamber musician.
He became an archivist of unusual repertoire, such as the now-obscure 19th-century composer Joachim Raff.
His family encouraged his musical ambitions, and he debuted at 16 with a concert of Brahms' works.
He appeared at the Wiemar Franz Liszt Festival and Bonn's Beethovenfest.