Lithuanian pianist Agnė Radzevičiutė has been praised by the press for her “sincere and meaningful” interpretations, and “exquisite musical sensitivity and conviction” (Seven Days of Art). Performance credits include a solo recital at the United Nations Concert Hall in Geneva, and she has won prizes in a dozen international piano competitions, notably the First Prize at the International Fryderyk Chopin Competition for Young Pianists.
Dmitri Levkovich is a highly praised Ukrainian-Canadian pianist and composer whose performances have been praised for “artistic sophistication far above the ordinary”(Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung).
Dmitri honed his skills on the piano under the guidance of Sergei Babayan for 11 years and in composition at the Curtis Institute of Music. He is the winner of more than a dozen international piano competitions, and has earned numerous ‘audience favorite’ awards and special prizes.
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