Antonia Miller – pianoL van Beethoven
Präludium in F minor, Woo 55
Rondo alla ingharese quasi un capriccio in G major, Op 129
‘Wut über den verlorenen Groschen’ (Rage over a lost penny)
Four pieces for piano, Op 119
1. Intermezzo in B minor
2. Intermezzo in E minor
3. Intermezzo in C major
4. Rhapsodie in E flat
Three Mazurkas, Op 5
1. in A minor
2. in A flat major
3. in F sharp minor
Csárdás macabre, S224
Pianist Antonia Miller has established herself as an internationally successful concert pianist through a busy concert schedule in many different regions including Germany, Switzerland, France, Spain, Poland, Holland, Denmark, Italy, Hungary, Romania and Portugal. Highlights of her recent concert activitites include recitals in Paris (Maison Heinrich Heine), Warsaw (Chopin Recital), Budapest (Liszt Academy Chamber Hall), Bern (Yehudi Menuhin Forum), Basel (Swiss Foundation for Young Musicians), Lisbon (Museo Nacional da Musica), Leon (Auditorio Ciudad de Leon), as well as in Zurich, Barcelona, Madrid, Seville and Copenhagen, and throughout Germany in cities such as Hamburg, Bonn, Stuttgart and Munich.
Since the beginning of the pandemic in 2020, she has streamed virtual solo recitals and performances at international festivals and concert venues in Quito, Ecuador (Casa de la musica), La Paz, Bolivia (Festival de música boliviana y latinoamericana para piano), Porto Alegre, Brazil (Casa da musica Poa), Trujillo, Peru (Festival de piano Carlos Valderrama), the Wales Piano Festival, Nanyang, Singapore and Kaunas Piano Fest in Lithuania.
Antonia has been studying with Cristina Marton-Argerich in Augsburg since 2014 and has won numerous awards at international music competitions (live and online): in Italy (Massa, Arona, Treviso), Spain (Seville), Switzerland (Zürich), Lithuania, Germany (Augsburg, Munich, Dresden), Greece (Athens), France (Cap Ferret), USA (Seattle, Los Angeles), Canada (Canadian International Music Competition and Rocky Mountains Competition in Toronto), Argentina (WPTA 2021) and Brazil (Sao Paulo). Antonia has been awarded numerous scholarships, including the ‘Yehudi Menuhin – Live Music Now Augsburg’, and the Deutschlandstipendium of the University of Augsburg.
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