The mission is simple: a cocktail of serious classical music combined with the lollipops and fireworks of the piano repertoire
Starting from 2010 at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, winner of the 1st Prize at the Moray Piano Competition from Elgin, invited on the 22nd of May, 2011, to perform along Lang Lang in the Royal Festival Hall, in a piano orchestra worth of 100 pianos on stage, but being also selected by Lang Lang to perform in front of the 3000 people, a solo piece by his own choice. In June 2012 winner the 2nd prize at the International Competition "Adilia Alieva" from Gaillard, France, February 2013 3rd prize in the International Competition "Piano Campus" from Paris with 2 special prizes including the "Public Prize" and a concert engagement for January 2014 in Theatre95 - Paris and the 1st Mention of Honour (4th Place) “Ricard Vines” International Piano competition from Lleida. Recently On the 19th of February 2014 was awarded one of the three “ Yamaha Music Foundation Europe Scholarship” after being selected amongst 10 finalists from the UK top Academies and Conservatoires , competition held at the Royal Academy of Music from London. 1st Prize in the Bromsgrove International Competition , 2nd Prize in the professional category of the “Adilia Alieva” International Piano Competition along with the special prize for the imposed piece, semifinalist in the presitigious “Scottish International Piano Competition” and 2nd Prize in the International Piano Competition from Leuze " Andre Dumortier" . During the 4 undergraduate academic years had masterclasses with Richard Goode, Idil Biret, Philip Fowke, Philip Martin , Pascal Roge, Steven Osbourne , Murray McLachlan, Martino Tirimo, Roy Howat, Petras Geniusas and Ian Fountain. Recently been playing in concerts in , Salle Cortot in Paris, Szalsburg- Austria at “Mozarteum” , Paris -France at the “Theatre 95” , Sacile - Italy “Fazioli Factory” and "Fazioli Centre" in London , and in Scotland in Inverness, Isle of Man, Lanark, Edinburgh and Glasgow .
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