Sacha Rattle

Since his highly praised 2009 solo debut at Berlin’s Philharmonie, Sacha Rattle has become an established soloist. Noted for his immense sensitivity, warm character and unique sound, his career has developed rapidly with performances throughout Europe, including festival appearances at the Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival, Spannungen Festival, Gidon Kremer’s Kammermusikfest, Lockenhaus and Italy’s AnimaMundi Festival. He made his Asian debut in 2011 as soloist with the Taiwan National Symphony Orchestra, performing works by Copland and Debussy.
Sacha is also a much sought-after chamber musician, having collaborated with artists such as Isabelle Faust, Lars Vogt, Katia and Marielle Labèque, François Leleux, Pascal Moragues, Guy Braustein and Peter Donohoe. He performs regularly in recital with duo partner Zeynep Özsuca. Sacha is also a founding member of the wind quintet and piano sextet, Berlin Counterpoint, an award winning ensemble which has been performing worldwide since 2010.
In 2005, Sacha received his Performance Diploma at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music under Professor Richard Hawkins, and then moved to Berlin to study with Karl-Heinz Steffens at Hochschule für Musik ‘Hanns Eisler’, Berlin, completing his studies with Wenzel Fuchs and Ralf Forster in 2010.
2019/20 seasons highlights include his Wigmore Hall debut, Prussia Cove OCM and tour, concerts with O/Modernt, USA debut tour with Berlin Counterpoint, a residency with the Linien Ensemble in Madrid, double concerto with Peter Donohoe and guest principal with Mahler Chamber Orchestra.