Alis An

Alis An è una pianista canadese, Pauline Hartley Award presso il Royal College of Music di Londra. Oltre ad aver recentemente vinto il "5th Tadini International Music Competition", è vincitrice del Secondo Premio al "Montecatini" International Piano Competition 2019, Terzo Premio al Canadian Music Competition e finalista al Concorso di Parigi 2018. Si è esibita in concerto in Canada, Inghilterra, Francia, Italia e Repubblica Ceca, ed ha potuto partecipare a masterclass di Daniel Pollack, Lilya Zilberstein, Balazs Szokolay e Veda Kaplinsky. Alis ha un grande interesse per la musica da camera e si esibisce regolarmente come Aida Duo insieme alla violinista portoghese Ines Delgado; è inoltre membro dell'orchestra da camera contemporanea Cat's Cradle Collective di Londra, la quale, dopo il debutto sold out nel Dicembre 2018, ha proseguito l'attività con numerosi concerti che hanno incluso esibizioni presso l'Ambasciata Portoghese di Londra e la Royal Academy of Arts. Alis ha appena completato il suo Artist Diploma con Sofya Gulyak e Niglel Clayton, e segue le lezioni periodiche di Vsevolod Dvorkin. Ha precedentemente studiato con Gordon Fergus-Thompson e Dmitri Alexeev, ed è stata generosamente sponsorizzata da Alberta Foundation for the Arte, Anne Burrows Music Coundation, Ranald and Vera Shean Memorial Foundation, Winspear Fund.

Alis An is a Canadian concert pianist, currently a Pauline Hartley Award Holder at the Royal College of Music. In addition to having been recently awarded “Absolute First Prize” at the 5th Tadini International Music Competition, she was awarded Second Prize at the Montecatini International Piano Competition 2019; Third Prize at the Canadian Music Competition; finalist at the International Music Competition Paris 2018. She has performed in concerts across Canada, England, France, Italy, and Czech Republic and has played in masterclasses for pianists including Daniel Pollack, Lilya Zilberstein, Balázs Szokolay, and Veda Kaplinsky. Alis has a keen interest in chamber music and enjoys regular performances as part of the Aida Duo, with Portuguese violinist Ines Delgado. She also takes part as a keyboardist in the contemporary London-based chamber orchestra Cat’s Cradle Collective, who, following their sold-out debut concert ‘Jacob’s Ladder’ in December 2018 at the Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall, has gone on to performing numerous concerts in London in places such as the Portuguese Embassy and the Royal Academy of Arts. Alis just completed her Artist Diploma course at RCM with Sofya Gulyak and Nigel Clayton, and taking regular masterclasses with Vsevolod Dvorkin. She has previously studied with Gordon Fergus-Thompson and Dmitri Alexeev and has been generously supported by the Alberta Foundation for the Arts, the Anne Burrows Music Foundation, the Ranald and Vera Shean Memorial Foundation, and the Winspear Fund.

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