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Milda Marija Kiškūnaitė

Milda Marija Kiškūnaitė (2005)

| Lithuania

Kaunas Juozas Gruodis Conservatory

Teacher Expert | Motiejus Bazaras

Milda Marija Kiškūnaitė was born in Lithuania, in 2005, and started playing piano at the age of 5. Her musical journey began at the Juventa Junior Highschool in Šiauliai, with her mother, teacher Aušrina Kiškūnienė. At a young age, Milda Marija began to participate in national and international competitions, and became a laureate of many competitions. Her most important achievements: 4 times she won National, and in 2016 also the International Balys Dvarionas Competition for Young Pianists, and before that, in 2015, she was awarded the primo primo absoluto at the International Competition for Young Musicians "Citta di Barletta" in Italy. In 2021, she won the grand prix at the International Vocal and Piano Competition "Pearls of M. K. Oginski Works". In 2022, she took part in the International Piano Academy "Klaipėda Piano Masters", and in the same year she was awarded 1st prize at the International Youth Music Competition "Premio Scarlatti". Recently, Milda Marija received a scholarship and participated at the International Piano Academy "Feuerwerk" in Germany. Her most recent achievements include 1st prize at the International Music Competition "Music without Borders", and a special prize for a particularly talented participant at the International Liszt Competition for Young Pianists in Weimar. Milda Marija actively performs in concerts, participates in masterclasses and festivals. In 2020 and 2023, she received a "Maximalist" scholarship. Milda Marija Kiškūnaitė is currently studying at Kaunas Juozas Gruodis Conservatoire with her teacher Motiejus Bazaras.

I ROUND

  • Franz Joseph Haydn | Piano Sonata No. 60 · C major · Hob. XVI:50
    • I. Allegro
    • II. Adagio
    • III. Allegro molto
  • Claude Debussy | Suite "Pour le piano" (For the Piano) · L. 95
    • I. Prelude
    • II. Sarabande
    • III. Toccata

  • Performance time: : 14:30 - 15:00 Music Academy of Vytautas Magnus University, 101 aud. (V. Čepinskio g. 5, Kaunas)

    II ROUND

  • Julius Andrejevas | "Fate"
  • Johann Sebastian Bach | WTC Book 1: Prelude and Fugue in F minor · BWV 857
  • Franz Liszt | "Two Concert Etudes": Etude No. 1 "Waldesrauschen" ("Forest Murmurs") · D flat major · S. 145/1
  • Balys Dvarionas | "24 Piano Pieces": No. 8 Impromptu · E flat minor
  • Balys Dvarionas | "24 Piano Pieces": No. 9 Etude · E major
  • Franz Liszt | Hungarian Rhapsody No. 10 · E major · S. 244/10
  • III ROUND

  • Edvard Grieg | Piano Concerto · A minor · Op. 16
    • I. Allegro molto moderato
    • II. Adagio - attacca
    • III. Allegro moderato molto e marcato
  • I ROUND

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