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Piano concert by Belgian Pianist Aveline Gram

April 6, 2017

Young Belgian Piano Prodigy on her First Indian Concert Tour
Spend a long summer evening at a lovely, refreshing piano concert, this time young Belgian Pianist Aveline Gram
presented by The Bangalore School of Music and EPTA India Associates

About Aveline Gram
Aveline began playing the piano at the age of six and very soon started winning prestigious piano competitions in Belgium and France.

At the age of 16 she left the traditional Belgian school system and was accepted at the Royal Conservatory in Brussels two years earlier than the normal admission age, under the exceptional status of ‘Young Talent’. Alongside her piano studies, Aveline completed her high school subjects on a self-tutorage program, in order to receive her academic diploma.

Aveline also attended several master classes with highly sought-after professors and in September 2009 she studied during one year with Oxana Yablonskaya, a renowned Russian pianist, in her private school together with a very select group of great young pianists from all over the world.

In January 2010 she was chosen by “The Bayard Partnership” as their “Young Belgian Talent” and was sponsored and supported by them for a period of 3 years.

Later that year, Aveline was nominated as the “Pianist of the year” by the International Chopin Foundation. From the age of 13, Aveline has played as a soloist with orchestras like ‘Nuove Musiche’, ‘University Symphonic Orchestra of Leuven’, ‘University Symphonic Orchestra of Ghent’, ‘Youth orchestra of Antwerp’, ‘Orchestre Symphonique du Conservatoire Royal de Bruxelles’, and many others. She performed piano concertos composed by Rachmaninov, Mozart, Prokofiev, Chopin, Beethoven (tripleconcerto)

Aveline has performed in the main halls of Belgium and in different countries in Europe She has a duo with cellist Aurore Dassesse and one with violinist Gayané Grigoryan, and they are regularly invited to play at different big festivals. Other than her duos, Aveline has played with other distinguished musicians such as Jean-Claude Vanden Eynden, Véronique Bogaerts, the Ensor-quartet, Vincent Hepp, Sarah Dupriez, Martijn Vink, …

Aveline finished her Master diploma in Piano in June 2012 ‘with great distinction’ and was selected to participate at the “concerto-competition”, which she won.

In 2011, Aveline was accepted in the “Scuola di Musica di Fiesole” (Italy) where she followed a 3- years postgraduate course. In September 2013, Aveline started a Master diploma of Chamber Music at the ‘Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel’ and which she completed with ‘great distinction’ in june 2015. Aveline is now in Hannover, studying a third Master Diploma in Lied Begleitung (Lied interpretation) under the tutor of Prof. Jan Philip Schulze.

At the same time, she continues her professional career performing as a soloist with orchestras and ensembles across Europe.

On April 08, 2017, Ms Aveline Gram and Mr Prabhudas Ivanson (EPTA India Associates) will conduct Master-classes at The Bangalore School of Music, followed by an informal concert by Mr Prabhudas Ivanson. For more details on the concert or the master-classes, kindly contact the BSM (080-41285017:Monday through Saturday, 11:00am to 7:00pm)

Tickets for the concert is priced at Rs 200 per head, and available on bookmyshow.com and at The Bangalore School of Music, both in advance as well as on the evening of the concert.

Piano concert on Friday | 7th April 2017 | 7:00pm

Venue:
Aruna Sunderlal Auditorium,
The Bangalore School of Music,
RT Nagar,
Bengluru.

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