Performers:Kristiina Rokashevich (piano)
Ravel. Piano suite „Miroirs“
Janaček. Piano Sonata 1.X.1905
Adès. Three Mazurkas, op. 27
Kodály. „Dances of Marosszék“
Kristiina’s pianism is like a gentle stroke on the piano keys – that is how the critics characterise her play. Kristiina Rokashevich has won several prizes and stipends, the latest and most important among which are the first prize and audience’s prize at the Amy Brant International Piano Competition in Birmingham in 2015, second prize at the Oxford Music Festival, third prize at the Beethoven Competition of the Beethoven Piano Society of Europe, and a stipend from London’s Sergei Rachmaninoff Society. She has performed in Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Austria, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. She has performed as a soloist with the Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, Pärnu City Orchestra, the Symphony Orchestra of the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, and the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra.
In cooperation with the Association of Estonian Professional Musicians.