Moises Fernandez Via

Moisès Fernández Via

Manager, Arts Lab; Lecturer

Praised by Gramophone Magazine as an “artist of coruscating verve and charm,” Catalan pianist Moisès Fernández Via is an international concert artist exploring the intersection of creativity and wellness. Since 2012 he is the founding director of the CFA Arts Lab – a space for artistic social innovation; providing hundreds of art interventions in collaboration between BU student-artists and the vibrant communities at Boston Medical Center, Boston Healthcare for the Homeless, and Rosie’s Place.

He is co-author of the book Music as Care: Artistry in the Hospital Environment, publish in 2021 by Routledge. A musician of inexhaustible creativity, he has collaborated with relevant figures of the international arts scene – like Iranian filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami, Finnish composer Einojuhani Rautavaara, or French painter Daniel Enkaoua – contribute to a genuine critical review of the form and contents of the standard concert experience.

He is a winner of the Scarlatti International Piano Competition in Naples (Italy), the BU Richmond Piano Award, as well as a finalist to the A. Foote Award from the Harvard Musical Association, the Kahn Career Award and the NYC Pro Musicis International Award. He graduated from the Mozarteum University in Salzburg, the Buchmann-Metha School of Music in Tel Aviv and Boston University. His concert activity has brought him to Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Portugal, Morocco, Cyprus, Israel, Greece, United States, Canada, Mexico, Japan and China. His recordings for Verso and Urtext Digital Classics have received international acclaim.

Learn more at