FREE Lunchtime Concert: Eunsley Park (Violin) and Maria Tarasewicz (Piano)
Schubert- Sonatina in D
Franck – Violin Sonata in A
Eunsley Park Violin
Maria Tarasewicz Piano
Eunsley Park is a rising British/South Korean violinist based in London. Eunsley has performed as soloist in prestigious venues throughout the UK including: the Wigmore Hall, Royal Albert Hall, Southbank – Purcell Room, Cadogan Hall, St John’s Smith Square, St. James Piccadilly, the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Swiss Embassy, Wyastone Concert Hall, Steinway Hall, West Road Concert Hall, and the House of Lords.
She has also performed as soloist and chamber musician in international venues such as: the Philharmonic Hall of Warsaw, Rachmaninov Hall (Moscow), Konserthuset (Stockholm), Palacio de Festivales (Cantabria), Orford Arts Centre (Canada), Mozarteum (Salzburg), Polish Radio Lutoslawski Concert Hall, the Council of Europe (Strasbourg), Goldensaal (Schwerin).
She will make her Bridgewater Hall and St John’s Smith Square recital debut next year.
Eunsley has won many awards such as: 3rd prize of the Tunbridge Wells Young International Concert Artists Competition, Help Musicians UK Postgraduate Performance Award (2013, 2015), the Counter of Munster Award, the Martin Musical Scholarship Fund/Philharmonia Meyer Award, the Albert Cooper Award and she was also selected as an RCM “Rising Star”, Park Lane Group Artist 2016-2017, Concordia Foundation Artist and also for the 2016 RCM Showcase concert at Wigmore Hall.
Maria Tarasewicz has gained an enviable international reputation as a soloist and chamber musician. She is in great demand as a chamber musician, teacher and accompanist in many international musical festivals including Summeracademy Voksenåsen in Norway, Jersey International Masterclass and Festival, Musica Mundi in Belgium, Lucca Music Festival in Italy, the Stavanger Youth Chamber Festival in Norway, Three Choirs Festival in Gloucester in England and many others.
Maria has collaborated with many great musicians of this generation including Ivry Gitlis, Maxim Vengerov, Leonid Kerbel, Gavriel Lipkind, Dora Schwarzberg, Truls Mørk, Vladimir Perlin, Leonid Gorokhov, Gabriele Ragghianti, Itamar Golan, Paul Gulda, Paul Badura-Skoda, David Dolan, Hagit Hassid-Kerbel and Hogon Austbo. Maria is a laureate of many chamber music competitions as well as appearing as a soloist across Europe.
Maria studied first in the Ukraine with Alexandra Smetankina and Iya Pavlova, and then in Poland with Natalia Radecka, Natalia Rewakowicz (piano) and Maja Sterczynska (chamber music). In 2008 she moved to Brussels where she continued her studies at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels under Boyan Vodenitcharov, Eugene Moguilevsky, Olga Rumchevych and Piet Kuijken. Maria has also undertaken further studies at the Royal Academy of Music in London in class of Michael Dussek where she has been awarded a Gilling Family Scholarship.