Tuesday 17 May 3.00 pm
Milda Dauronaite (piano)
Bach: French suite no 2 in C minor BWV 813 (14')
Allemande / Courante / Sarabande / Minuet / Aria / Gigue
Bach: Chromatic Fantasia and Fugue in D minor BWV 903 (12')
Beethoven: Piano Sonata in E flat major Op 81a ‘ Les Adieux' (17')
Adagio-Allegro / Andante / Vivacissimamente
Bartok: Piano Sonata (11')
Allegro / Sostenuto / Allegro
Milda Dauronaite was born in Lithuania and began her piano studies at the age of six. She moved to London 4 years ago and studied piano performance at the Purcell School and is now continuing her studies with Tessa Nicholson at the Royal Academy of Music under a full fees scholarship. She has been supported by ‘SOS Talents foundation - Michel Sogny' since she was 9 and as a result, Milda began performing extensively throughout Europe for many eminent music societies, festivals and key events. Milda has performed at venues such as the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Musikhuset Aarhus in Denmark, United Nations headquarters in Geneva. Every year, she has an opportunity to appear in a Christmas concert held in the ‘Dassault' hotel in the Champs Elysées in Paris. A few of those concerts were broadcast by Mezzo & TV5 Monde. Milda has performed at the EMMA World Summit of Nobel Prize Peace Laureates in Warsaw and also had an opportunity to play the 4th V. Bacevicius concerto for Piano and Orchestra in Lithuanian National Philharmonic with Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra as a result of having EMCY publish her profile on their website.She is a prize winner of numerous national and international competitions, such as the 1st Prize in the international V. Krainev Piano Competition in Kharkov, Ukraine; the ‘jury‘ prize in the PIANALE International Academy & Competition and the Purcell School solo and concerto competition which led her to perform at the Wigmore Hall and the Ravel piano concerto in G at the QEH, Southbank.
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