Roope Gröndahl has studied piano at the Sibelius Academy under Liisa Pohjola and Matti Raekallio and at London's Royal Academy of Music under Christopher Elton. In chamber music he has been mentored by Ralf Gothóni and Emanuel Ax. In the period 2007-2009, Gröndahl took second prize in the Jyväskylä Piano Competition, the international Maj Lind piano competition, and the final of the Eurovision Young Musicians competition in Vienna. His most recent success in competitions was in May 2013, when he reached the finals and won a special prize at the Queen Elisabeth Competition in Brussels. Roope Gröndahl has appeared as soloist with most of the Finnish orchestras under many leading conductors. Abroad, he has given concerts in several central European countries, the UK, China, and the United States. He is also well-known in chamber music circles.