• 8th Dec 2020
  • 1:00pm

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Join pianist Renata Konyicska for her lunchtime performance as part of Cranleigh Arts Online! It will be available to watch live for free further details will be published closer to the concert.

This performance is free to watch but please do help us in our mission to enrich, entertain and inspire our community by making a donation at www.cranleighartscentre.org/donations/.

 

Renata Konyicska is a Hungarian concert pianist based in London, UK. She has performed recitals and chamber music concerts in festivals such as IMS Prussia Cove, Nuits Classiques Megève, Festival de Piano Classique Biarritz, Encuentro de Musica y Academia de Santander, Internationale Sommerakademie der ISA Reichenau, and Liszt Week Esztergom where she is invited to play every year since the festival was initiated.

She started studying music at the age of five and at the age of ten she was admitted to the Special School for Exceptional Young Talents of the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest in the class of Zsuzsa Esztó. She continued her studies with László Baranyay, Rita Wagner and Márta Gulyás at the same institute and attained her Bachelors degree with highest honours. She then moved to London to study with Pascal Nemirovski at the Royal Academy of Music, from where  she graduated with Masters degree. After being accepted at Birmingham Conservatoire with full scholarship, she attained her Advanced Postgraduate Diploma in 2018.

She has won the first prize in a number of international piano competitions, including Zlatko Grgosevic in Croatia, Cittá di Gorizia in Italy, Smetana in the Czech Republic. She was the winner of the inaugural Talent Support Competition at Liszt Academy in Budapest.

Her studies were generously supported by the László Sólyom Scholarship and the Frederick Jackson Award.

The Cranleigh Arts Online Lunchtime concert series is kindly sponsored by Informed Choice Financial Planners.

Programme:

J.S Bach-Petri Sheep may safely graze BWV 208 – (5’)
W. Mozart Sonata B flat major KV 333 -(20’)
F. Liszt Benediction de Dieu dans la Solitude – (17’)

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