ECHO award-winning pianist Tim Allhoff is one of the most acclaimed pianists throughout Germany. Newspaper SÜDDEUTSCHE ZEITUNG states his latest solo-piano album is a “step up to the premiere class of solo-piano” and the ZEIT proclaims “Intelligent Music for the Masses”.
Tim Allhoff collaborated with many renowned artists such as Jeff Ballard, Dieter Ilg, Nils Landgren, Larry Grenadier, Nils Wülker, the German Filmorchestra Babelsberg and is always a welcomed guest at many famous venues such as Elbjazz, Rheingau Musik Festival, Ingolstädter Jazztage, Schloss Elmau, Jazzfestival Burghausen, Philharmonie München to name but a few.
His Trio, with with Andreas Kurz on bass and drummer Bastian Jütte, released five albums since 2010, two of them being awarded with the prestigious ECHO award. The band further won the NEW GERMAN JAZZ AWARD.
In 2015, Allhoff presented LOVEBOX SESSIONS, his first release as a solo artist.
Amongst others, Tim Allhoff was awarded the ECHO Jazz (2010), the BAVARIAN KUNSTFÖRDERPREIS (2013), and was nominated for the renowned PREIS DEUTSCHER MUSIKAUTOREN in 2019.
Besides his work as a pianist, Tim also works as a composer and arranger. His works run the gamut from string quartet to symphonic orchestra and also contemporary music for advertisement and international movie scores.
In 2019, he presented his sixth album LEPUS, where he collaborates with artists such as Nils Wülker, Arne Jansen and Lutz Häfner.
In 2020, he was signed by SONY Classical, where he released his debut solo-piano album SIXTEEN PIECES FOR PIANO.