Justus Friedrich Eichhorn studies with Grigory Gruzman at the Liszt School of Music in Weimar, where he also studies composition and conducting. In 2020, Justus was a pupil of Matti Raekallio at The Juilliard School during his family’s stay abroad for several months. He made his debut at age ten with Haydn’s Concerto in D. Since then, he has given concerts with several orchestras, including Mozart’s Concerto in A K. 414 with the Moscow Soloists, conducted by Yuri Bashmet. Justus has won numerous piano competitions, including First Prize in the Bechstein Competition Berlin. In 2021 he performed at the Elba Festival and was awarded the festival’s Promotional Prize. In 2022 he received the Swiss Charity Award at Tonhalle Zürich and performed Beethoven’s Second Concerto. In 2023 he makes his debut with the Korean Chamber Orchestra at the Seoul Arts Center and later performs Beethoven’s Third Piano Concerto in Germany.