Born into two cultural worlds, French and Israeli, Gabriel Stern began his musical studies at the age of ten. While a pupil of Mrs Nelly Tasmadjian at the School of Music in La Ciotat (Southern France), he was fast noticed, and went on to work hard at the Regional Development Conservatory of Marseilles, with Anne-Marie Ghirardelli, until June 2011, when he received the Piano Prize, with distinction.
Next Gabriel Stern undertook a proficiency course at the Regional Development Conservatory of Rueil-Malmaison, in Pascal Amoyel's class, where in June 2012 he obtained his Diploma in Virtuosity. During this fruitful year, this pianist joined both the association Piano Cantabile directed by Bernard d'Ascoli and Elena Harris, and the Superior School of Music in Geneva, in Cedric Pescia's class. In June 2015 Gabriel Stern successfully passed his Master of Arts Degree HES-SO with his professor Cedric Pescia.
Gabriel has acquired his proficiency with the help of many musicians, among whom are Philippe Cassard, Pavel Nersessian, Vincent Coq (Wanderer Trio), Véronique Pélisséro, Billy Eidi, Jean-Marc Luisada, Jean-Paul Sevilla, Konstantin Lifschitz, Jacques Rouvier, Racha Arodaky, Joaquín Achúcarro, Péter Nagy and also László Borbély.
Gabriel Stern won the First Prize at the International Competition of Montrond-les-Bains (in the category of Grand Prix in Concert Performance). He also won the Virtuosity Prize in the tenth Adilia Alieva International Piano Competition. In 2016 he has also been a semi-finalist in the International « Grand Prix de Piano » of Lyon, presided by Dimitri Bashkirov.
During 2016 Gabriel had the opportunity of playing Rachmaninov's Second piano Concerto, conducted by Antoine Marguier, in Geneva.
En Juillet 2017, Gabriel Stern was presented by Philippe Cassard on France Musique in the radio programme « Portraits de Famille – Jeunes pianistes français, la relève » .
He has also been invited to perform at such festivals as the International Festival of Sollies pont, Music in Vars, the Cultural Centre of the Meds, and the Baroque Festival in Geneva, Festiv’Baroqueries.
He is currently taking advanced classes with Eliso Virsaladze.