Valeria Lapșin

Concert: American Dream at Two Pianos

Valeria Lapşin began studying piano with Stela Tcaciuc in Chișinău. During her early studies, Valeria took part in several chamber music and solo recitals at the National Philharmonic and at the Organ Hall Moldova’s Capital city. Later on, she pursued a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree at the George Enescu National University of Arts in Iași, under the guidance of lecturer Ioana Stănescu, Ph.D.

 

During this period, she received several awards and distinctions and performed recitals in Moldova, Romania, Italy, Germany, Norway, and Finland. and in 2017 she had her concerto debut with the Liber Artis Orchestra, performing Mozart’s 23rd Piano Concerto in A Major at the season-opening of the National Athenaeum of Iași. 

In 2017 she was granted a mobility scholarship at the Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina conservatoire in Cagliari, Italy.

 

In 2018 she was one of the official accompanists at the George Enescu International Competition at the cello section, being highly acclaimed internationally for her performance of Enescu’s second cello sonata.

In 2019 she was a scholar for Sonoro Interferences Platform, where she participated in an intensive chamber music programme in Montepulciano, Italy, where she performed and practiced alongside renowned professors and international musicians, such as Diana Ketler, Răzvan Popovici, Octavian Lup, and Janis Maleckis.

Currently, Valeria is studying at the Hochschule für Musik Freiburg, Germany, at the class of Tilman Krämer.