Sunday 14 January 3.00 pm
Andrew Yiangou (piano)
Joanna Kacperek (piano)
& String Ensemble
Mozart : Piano concerto in A major K488 (28')
Allegro / Adagio / Allegro
(soloist : Andrew Yiangou)
Mozart : Piano concerto in D minor K466 (30')
Allegro / Romance / Rondo
(soloist : Joanna Kacperek)
Andrew Yiangou was selected as one of the fourteen semifinalist's to participate in the 12th International Franz Liszt Piano Competition 2020 in Utrecht. He was a recipient of the prestigious Mills Williams Junior Fellowship whilst studying at the Royal College of Music where he studied with Professors Norma Fisher, Vanessa Latarche and Gordon Fergus-Thompson. He was awarded multiple scholarships including support for his studies from the Tillet Trust and Eileen Rowe Musical Award Trust. He has won prizes at international competitions including the ‘3rd Gershwin International Piano Competition' in New York, 'Bromsgrove International Competition' and the ‘Norah Sande Award' in the UK, the ‘WPTA International Piano Competition' in Novi Sad, Serbia, the ‘19th International Petar Konjovic Piano Competition' in Belgrade, Serbia, and the ‘International Piano Festival Poros' in Greece. He has performed at various venues in the UK including Royal Festival Hall, Cadogan Hall, St. James's Piccadilly, Steinway Hall, St. Lawrence Jewry, St. Barnabas Ealing and St. Mary's Perivale. He has travelled all over the world to perform in countries including USA, Serbia, Greece, Netherlands, Norway, Germany, Belgium, Spain, France and Poland.
Joanna Kacperek has performed in major concert halls in Poland (Warsaw Philharmonic, Concert Studio of the Polish Radio, the Royal Castle in Warsaw, NOSPR in Katowice) and abroad (including United Kingdom, France, Italy, Spain, Germany, Norway, Russia, the Ukraine, Canada and Japan). As a soloist, she has performed with such orchestras as the Symphony Orchestra of the National Philharmonic in Warsaw, State Academic Symphony Orchestra in Moscow and Lviv Virtuosos Chamber Orchestra. In 2021 she graduated with distinction from The Royal College of Music in London in the class of Norma Fisher. She previously studied at the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw and the ‘Berlin University of Arts' in Germany. She has won international piano competitions in Szafarnia (‘F.Chopin'), Pilsen (‘B.Smetana'), Paris (‘M.Magin'), the National Witold Lutoslawski Music Competition in Warsaw and a special prize at the International Edvard Grieg Piano Competition in Bergen (2016). Alongside a growing career as a soloist, Joanna Kacperek is highly celebrated for being a multi-faceted pianist. She regularly performs with singers and instrumental players.
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