Clemens Hund-Göschel, born in 1983 in Frankfurt/Oder, graduated in 2009 with a piano diploma from the Musikhochschule „Hanns Eisler« Berlin and in 2011 with a masters from Basel, with distinction. He performed in the film „Bye, bye Berlusconi«, received the first prize for chamber music from the Oberstdorfer Musiksommer and the Hanns-Eisler interpretation prize. He has performed at the Warsaw presedential palace, the Konzerthaus Berlin and Philharmonie in Berlin. His interest in contemporary music has led him to perform in many premieres and to work with composers such as Helmut Lachenmann, Beat Furrer and Stefan Hakenberg. He is the pianist of the Zafraan-Ensemble and performs regularly with the ensemble Kaleidoskop, Berlin.