United Kingdom, London Île-de-France Piano
A native of Paris, Victoire-Theodora Pruvost started playing the piano at age seven. Two years later, she was invited to perform her first recital at the Salle Gaveau in Paris. Her time studying in France was at the Conservatoire National Superieur de Musique et Danse in the classes of Marie- Josèphe Jude, Roger Muraro and Alain Planès where she achieved two first-class honour degrees in piano performance with a Special Distinction Award in Chamber Music in 2016 and 2018. In the International Lake Como Piano Academy, she studied with William Grant Nabore and Stanislav Ioudenitch. She was selected for the prestigious Artist Diploma Course at the Royal College of Music London starting in Fall 2021.
In France, she was a Paris Jeunes Talents Artist and regularly performed for L’Heure Musicale du Marais, Festival d’Aix, Piano à Riom etc. In 2016, she was one of four Young Artists selected for the French-American Piano Society, making her U.S.A. debut at the Lang Recital Hall in New-York. She has performed solo in prestigious venues such as Salle Cortot, Salle Gaveau, P.S.G. Foundation, Palais de l’Athénée in Geneva, Opera de Lyon, Chateau de Naillac, L’Alliance Française, Consulat de France in New-York, Austrian Embassy in London, Teatro di Ferrara, Teatro Victoria Eugenia de San Sebastian, Teatro Infanta Leonor Jaen, St George’s Hanover Square London, St Clement’s Dane Church. In summer 2019, she was invited to give a recital tour of Australia, New South Wales. A passionate chamber music artist, she worked with the Quatuor Ysaye at the Conservatoire de Paris and was selected to perform with the Quatuor Danel for the Chostakovitch Festival 2017 in Lyon. She is also the recipient of many awards and scholarships: Joan Chessell-Schumann Competition Highly Commented Artist Award, Dorothy McKenzie Award, Société des Arts de Geneve, Art Of the Piano Young Artist, Tisseurs de Son, Paroles et Musique Lyon, Concours Leopold Bellan and first prizes at the Concours Flame, Concours Steinway and Gorizia International Piano Competition.
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