Eugène Indjic

Real Name:
Eugen Indjic (Russian: Юджин Инджич)
Eugen Indjic (b. 1947) is a French-American pianist of the Serbian descent. He immigrated to the United States at the age of four, studied piano with Alexander Borovsky at the Boston University (1959–1964), and musicology/composition with Laurence D. Berman and Leon Kirchner at the Harvard University, graduating cum laude in 1969.

He started performing at the early age, and became the youngest soloist ever to appear on stage with Boston Symphony Orchestra in 1965. Indjic is well known as an expert on Frédéric Chopin music.