Lauryna Sableviciute is a Lithuanian born pianist who began to give public recitals at a very early age and by the time she was 15 had already accumulated many prizes and honours in various competitions including prestigious national awards from the Czech Republic and Lithuania.
At the age of 15 she performed Vainiunas' Piano Concerto together with the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Lithuania, as well as Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No.1 in B minor together with the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Lithuania in the Philharmonic Hall in Vilnius, which was broadcast on national radio. She toured with Vilnius Quartet as part of Young Talents of Lithuania scheme.
In 1998 Lauryna has graduated from Vilnius Conservatoire and moved to Glasgow, Scotland to work as an accompanist at Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. In 2003 she graduated RCS with MMus Performance under prof. Fali Pavri guidance. Since then, Lauryna has given many recitals in the UK and internationally as a piano soloist, a chamber musician and as an accompanist.
In addition to her interest in works from the Baroque, Classical and Romantic periods, she is passionate about introducing audiences to new works by living composers from around the world-never forgetting to include some pieces by her native Lithuanian composers. She has accumulated many World Premieres and/or UK performances of works by composers such as Ennio Morricone (Italy), Yuri Kasparov (Russia), Eduardo Miranda (Brazil/UK), Graciela Paraskavaidis (Uruguay), Senderovas (Lithuania), Feliksas Bajoras (Lithiania), Alina Savanenkovaite (Lithuania), Stephen Pratt (UK). Stephen Davismoon (UK), Alan Williams (UK), Camden Reeves (UK) and many others.
Besides her passion to perform she strongly believes in the necessity of introducing young people to classical music and is often involved in various BBC or Buxton Outreach projects traveling to the schools in remote areas of the North of England. Lauryna is also a dedicated piano tutor and Staff Pianist working in the institutions such as Royal Northern College of Music, Chetham's Music School and University of Manchester.
Specialises in solo, chamber and contemporary music.
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