Noé Pastiadis Inui was born in 1985 in Brussels to a Greek mother and a Japanese father and lives in Düsseldorf. Graduate of the Conservatories of Brussels, Paris, Karlsruhe and Düsseldorf, Noé was prize winner at several international competitions, such as the Sibelius Competition (Young Talents Prize), G. Bachauer in Greece (1st prize) and the Young Concert Artists International Auditions in New York (1st prize). In 2012 Noé won the Prix d’ Excellence Julius Baer of the Verbier Festival Academy.
Noé performed with renowned orchestras in Belgium, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Greece, USA and Japan. In 2010 he made his New York (Merkin Hall) and Washington DC débuts (Kennedy Center) in the YCA Series. In October 2012, he toured Japan making his successful Tokyo début with the Japan Philharmonic under Maestro Lazarev, which led to a new invitation in 2013.
As a chamber musician, a genre in which Noé feels equally at ease, he has performed in most European countries, as well as in USA, Japan, Brazil and Argentina, where he was invited by Martha Argerich to share the stage with her.
In 2010, Noé has started a permanent recording collaboration with Mercury Japan. Noé is playing a T. Balestrieri from 1764.