Cristian Sandrin
Romania, °1993
 
PIANO 2021 : Candidate

Teachers

2018 - 2019 : Christopher Elton
2012 - 2019 : Diana Ketler

Degrees

2018 - 2019 : Advanced Diploma in Piano Performance, Royal Academy of Music
2016 - 2018 : Master in Music, Royal Academy of Music, London, UK
2012 - 2016 : Bachelor in Music, Royal Academy of Music, London, UK

Concerts

2019 : Petersfield Hall, Petersfield Orchestra, Petersfield Orchestra, Mark Biggins conductior, Prokofiev Concerto no. 3
2019 : Leighton House, Kensington and Chelsea Concert Society, Piano Recital
2019 : Bij Andreas, Naarden, Netherlands, Naarden International Piano Festival, piano recital
2018 : Angela Burgess Recital Hall, London, UK, Royal Academy of Music, conductor and soloist, Cristian Sandrin; Mozart Piano Concerto K449
2017 : Wigmore Hall, solo piano recital
2017 : Duke's Hall, London, UK, Summer Piano Festival, RAM, conductor and soloist: Cristian Sandrin, Mozart - Piano Concerto K595
2016 : St Martin-in-the-Fields, London, UK, Romanian Cultural Institute, piano recital
2016 : Sala Ateneu, Ion Dumitrescu Philharmonica, Ovidiu Balan, conductor: Schumann Piano Concerto in A minor
2015 : Teatro La Fenice, Venice, Andris Brinkmanis, piano recital
2011 : Salle Cortot, Animato, piano recital

Competitions

2019 : Rosslyn Tureck Special Prize for the best interpretation of Bach, Olga Kern International Piano Competition, New Mexico, US
2019 : 3rd Prize, Concours de Musique de Versailles, France
2019 : 1st Prize, Citta di Oleggio International Piano Competition
2018 : 3rd Prize, Sheepdrove Intercollegiate Piano Competition, UK
2018 : 2nd Prize, Windsor International Piano Competition, UK
2016 : Winner, Harold Craxton Award for Chamber Music Competition, Royal Academy of Music, UK
2014 : Winner, William Sterndale Bennet Prize Competition, Royal Academy of Music, UK
2012 : 1st Prize, Pro Piano International Piano Competition, Romania
2011 : 2nd Prize, Automobile Club de France International Piano Competition, France
2008 : 1st Prize, Yourii Boukoff International Piano Competition, Bulgaria
Piano 2020 postponed to May 2021
How the competition unfolds
H.M. Queen Mathilde
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