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Diana Adamyan, winner of Geneva 2018 Senior 1st Prize, will be performing with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

Diana Adamyan, the winner of Geneva 2018 Senior 1st Prize, will be performing two concerts with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Alpesh Chauhan. In a programme of works by Russian Masters which will be performed at Cadogan Hall (4/6/19) and the Hexagon, Reading (13/6/19), Diana will be performing Prokofiev’s lyrical Violin Concerto No. 2.

Diana was born in 2000, in Yerevan, Armenia, to a family of musicians. She studied at Tchaikovsky School of Music with Prof. Petros Haykazyan and at Yerevan Komitas State Conservatory with Professor Eduard Tadevosyan. A laureate of several international competitions, including the Nutcracker 13th TV competition and the 9th International Tchaikovsky Competition for Young Musicians, Diana was only 17 when she was awarded Senior 1st Prize in Geneva, and has since received numerous invitations to play with leading orchestras around the world.

Alpesh Chauhan has been Principal Conductor of the Filarmonica Arturo Toscanini in Parma since 2017. He has previously worked with a number of highly-regarded orchestra including the London Symphony Orchestra and the BBC Philharmonic, and held the position of Assistant Conductor at the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra from 2014-2016. A trained cellist, Alpesh studied conducting at Manchester’s Royal Northern College of Music.

For more information about these fantastic concerts, including the full programmes, please see the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra website here. Read the RPO’s interview with Diana here.

See Diana’s prize-winning performance in Geneva:

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