Nour Ayadi, Marocco
Born in 1999, Nour Ayadi begins her piano studies at the age of six with Nicole Salmon in Casablanca. She entered the Ecole Normale de Musique Alfred Cortot of Paris at the age of 11, and obtains her “Diplôme Supérieur d’Enseignement” unanimously from the jury.
Nour obtained several Prices in national and international competitions. She wins four times the first prize in the International competition of Morocco Her Royal Highness princess Lalla Meryem - chaired by Dominique Merlet -, and also obtains numerous Special Prizes, such as the Prize of "The best Moroccan Hope". In 2014, she receives the Grand Prize in the competition “Les Clés d’Or”.
Nour also obtains the First Prize unanimously with the congratulations of the jury in the National Music Competition of Morocco in 2015, chaired by Abdel Rahman El Bacha. She receives the same year the diploma of the National Conservatory of Morocco with the highest distinction. She also receives this year the Grand Prix in Flame competition, Paris.
Nour was called to play in Morocco and abroad. She has given recitals in the French Institute of Rabat, the Théâtre National Mohamed V and the Austrian Embassy in Morocco, in Palazzo Tursi in Italy, in the Palace of Nations in Geneva, in Salle Cortot, Paris, in Poland, Spain, Portugal and Austria.
Nour benefits of advice of Jacques Lagarde, Jura Margulis, Andrzej Dutkiewicz, Abdel Rahman El Bacha, Olivier Gardon, Denis Pascal and Frédéric Audibert.
Nour currently studies at to Conservatoire National de Paris with Claire Désert and Romano Pallottini. She has just won the First Prize in the International Competition Her Princess Lalla Meryem in November 2016.