Hans Eijsackers was born in The Hague. When he was 13 years old he won the first Rotterdam Piano-Driedaagse and Princess Christina Competition. He was winner of the European Piano Competition in 1991 in Luxembourg, playing Rachmaninow’s Concerto nr.2 with the R.T.L. Symphony Orchestra conducted by Jacques Mercier. He also won the Special Prize for the best song accompaniment. Among his professors were: Koos Bons, Gerard van Blerk, Jan Wijn and György Sebök. In 1992 he graduated at the Sweelinck Conservatory of Music in Amsterdam. In 1994 he was invited to study at the Mozart Academy in Krakow. As a result he did recitals in Poland, Budapest, Cornwall, Asia and New York. Next to his work as a professor at the conservatories of Tilburg and The Hague he performs as soloist, chamber musician and song accompanist.