Ryutaro Suzuki was born in Japan in 1990. He moved to France in 2008 to study at the Conservatory of Paris (CNSMDP) under Bruno Rigutto and Hortence Cartier-Bresson. At the Conservatory of Paris, he also has assisted to the classes of Michel Béroff and M. Dalberto. Nowadays, he studies with Eliso Virsaladze at Scuola di Musica di Fiesole. He has already performed in several important festivals such as Sommets Musicaux de Gstaad, Festival de Nohant or Festival Chopin in Paris. As a soloist, he performed with orchestras such as Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, National Odessa Philharmonic Orchestra, National Symphony Orchestra of Colombia, Orchestra of the Conservatory of Paris, Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra and Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra.
He is also laureate of several international music competitions such as "Ile-de-France"(1st prize), "Gilels"(2nd prize) "Val Tidone"(2nd prize), "Ferrol"(Spanish music prize), "Tbilisi"(Chopin prize) and also semifinalist of "Long-Thibaud" and "Enescu". He currently resides in Paris and performs throughout Europe, South America, as well as in Japan. His rich repertoire varies from Baroque to contemporary, which is shown in his discography as well; Scarlatti, Mozart, Ravel, Liszt for his first album (Claves records/LabelG, 2017).