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Andreas Johannes Domjanic

Andreas Domjanic was born in Vaduz in 1995. He began to play the piano at the age of six, and at the age of just eleven was accepted as a junior student at the Pre-College Cologne at the Cologne University of Music to study with Professor Arbo Valdma. In 2012 he progressed to the preparatory study course at the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz, where he embarked on his bachelor studies in Winter Semester 2014/2015. Andreas Domjanic has been taught by Professor Milana Chernyavska since 2010. He also receives a scholarship from the International Music Academy in Liechtenstein, where he regularly attends the intensive music weeks. He has participated in masterclasses held by Arbo Valdma, Gerhard Mantel, Milana Chernyavska, Bernd Glemser und Karl-Heinz Kämmerling.

The young pianist has already competed successfully in numerous competitions at both national and international levels. In 2007, he was awarded the “Podium-Preis” in Liechtenstein for his talent as a young musician, and his high potential as a performing artist. This was followed by the “Podium-Förderpreis” in 2012. He has won several first prizes at the Austrian “Prima la Musica” competition and at the Swiss competition for young musicians, at state and national levels. He has also won the “Kiwanis” Swiss Chamber Music Competition and other prizes as a member of the “Trio Ingenium Musicum”.

In 2009 he participated in the Festival Kammermusik Bodensee, in 2010 he was invited to perform at the Epidaurus-Festival in Croatia. Andreas Domjanic has performed in Germany, France, Croatia, Liechtenstein, Austria, Switzerland, Slovenia and in the USA, and has appeared in concert at the Tonhalle Zürich, the Musikverein and the Lisinski Hall in Zagreb, the Kölner Philharmonie in Cologne, the “Knezev Dvor” in Dubrovnik and at the Kennedy Center in Washington. As a soloist he has already given over 20 concerts with orchestras.

His first CD, containing recordings of piano concertos by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Edvard Grieg, was released in September 2014.

April 2015