Born in 1990, the young Pierre Delignies studied piano at the conservatory of his hometown, Santander, with professors Miguel Sierra and Irini Gaitani. Subsequently, with a scholarship award from the Botín Foundation, he moved to San Sebastián, where he completed his Bachelor studies at the Musikene with professors Marta Zabaleta, Miguel Borges, and Ricardo Descalzo for contemporary music, graduating with honors. In 2012, after receiving another scholarship from the Botín Foundation as well as the Albéniz Foundation, Delignies began studying in the Queen Sofia College of Music under the pedagogy of Prof. Galina Eguiazarova, who, at the end of the 2013-2014 year, awarded him the title of Most Outstanding Student in The Class.
His current recording include Dutch music by R. Escher and T. Loevendie. His first solo cd ‘Shades of Melancholy’ released in April 2016 with the label Orpheus. Pierre Delignies also takes part in many chamber music groups and projects. Pierre Delignies is with out a doubt a rising musical talent who is becoming a reference in the incipient generation in Spain. With a sincere, temperamental and intricate style, this pianist is building what the public and many artists demand: music that goes to its roots without banal ornaments, and an honest and close connection with his audience.