Third Prize Winner
Fifth Canadian Chopin Competition, 2019
Lithuanian- born pianist Agnė Radzevičiutė has been praised by the press for her “sincere and meaningful” interpretations and “exquisite musical sensitivity and conviction” (Seven Days of Art). Her concerts in Paris and Vilnius were featured live on Mezzo TV, Europe’s classical music channel, and her performance credits include a solo recital at the United Nations Concert Hall in Geneva. Recently, Agnė performed Chopin Concerto in E minor at the prestigious Koerner Hall, (Toronto, Canada) in the Finals of the Fifth Canadian Chopin Piano Competition. She was named the 3rd Prize winner, which included an entrance to the Preliminary round of the 18th International F. Chopin Competition, Warsaw.
Agnė has won prizes in a dozen international piano competitions, notably the First Prize at the International Fryderyk Chopin Competition for Young Pianists, held in Poland, Second Prize at the Kosciuszko Chopin Piano Competition in New York City, and the Prix de Piano at the Fontainebleau Festival (France). On seven separate occasions, Agnė performed at the Vilnius’s National Philharmonic Hall, most notably in Mozart Piano Concerto No. 20, K 466 under the baton of R. Servenikas and the Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra. In 2018, she made her United States orchestra debut with Chagrin Valley Studio Orchestra under the baton of Steve Eva.
She earned her Bachelor and Master Degrees in Piano Performance from the Manhattan School of Music in New York City. Agnė is a graduate of the Glenn Gould School of the Royal Conservatory in Toronto, having earned her Artist Diploma degree in the studio of John Perry and David Louie.