Member of the Brahms Promotion of the Jaroussky Academy and prizewinner of prestigious international competitions such as the Lyon International Piano Competition, Piano Campus, Bella Schütz has performed at the Nohant Festival Chopin, the Festival Jeunes Talents, the Festival of the Mozarteum Foundation Salzburg, the Festival d’Auvers-sur-Oise, the Festival Piano en
Valois, the Festival Baroque de Pontoise, the Concerts d’Automne (Tours), the International Chigiana Festival and the Automne Musical de Taverny.

In addition to France and Austria, her concert career has taken her to Italy, Germany, Poland, England, Spain, the Netherlands and Japan, be it as a soloist with orchestra, in solo piano recitals or with her trio (Trio Callas).

Bella Schütz is supported by the Safran Foundation and is a regular guest on French radio station France Musique. Her debut solo album, recorded for the French label Evidence, will be released in early 2025.

A dedicated chamber musician, Bella plays the piano with Trio Callas together with cellist Lucas Garcia Muramoto (Brazil/Japan) and violinist Miguel Rocha (Portugal). The ensemble was founded in Salzburg in 2021 and attracted attention at the FNAPEC competition (Paris) and the Łódź Chamber Music Competition. It is currently under the musical supervision of Prof. Cibrán Sierra Vasquez at the Mozarteum University in Salzburg. The renowned Brazilian composer and jazzman André Mehmari dedicated his piece Portais brasileiros #5 to the Trio Callas. One year after their successful tour in Japan in autumn 2023, the trio will embark on an extensive concert tour in autumn 2024, which will take them to the United States (New York, Washington, Chicago) and Latin America (Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Buenos Aires).

Bella Schütz was born in Paris in 2002 and received her first piano lessons from Prof. Branka Balevic. At the age of fifteen she received her diploma in music studies at the Paris Regional Conservatoire, where she studied for two years with pianist and music theorist Yves Henry before completing her bachelor’s degree at the Mozarteum University Salzburg in the class of Jacques Rouvier. She is currently completing Master’s programmes at the University of the Arts in Berlin (class of Prof. Björn Lehmann) and at the University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna (class of Prof. Jan Jiracek von Arnim). She regularly receives the advice of artists and professors such as Cédric Tiberghien, Michel Béroff, Tatiana Zelikman, Lilya Zilberstein, Mischa Maisky and Matti Raekallio.