Third Prize Winner
Fourth Canadian Chopin Competition, 2014
Named in “Canada’s Top 30 Under 30 Classical Musicians” of 2022 by the national Canadian Broadcast Corporation (CBC), Victoria first made her orchestral debut at age five, and has since toured with Hong Kong Symphonia, Canadian Sinfonietta, and Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra. She has been invited as guest artist to perform at Shenzhen Piano Music Festival, Note in Citta Festival, and Westben Arts Festival.
Winner of Lancaster International Piano Competition, International Fringe Award, San Francisco International Music Competition, and EPTA International Piano Competition, she is also top prizewinner of Canadian Chopin Competition, Orford Award, and Russian Music International Competition. Her performances include notable venues such as Warsaw Philharmonic Hall, Hong Kong City Hall, Shenzhen Concert Hall, Koerner Hall, and Jordan Hall. She participated in the main stages of the 18th International Chopin Competition in Warsaw in 2021.
Victoria's performances have been broadcasted on Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK 4), Shenzhen Satellite TV in China, and American television channel Sino TV. She has also been interviewed on Polskie Radio (Polish National radio), Fairchild TV and OMNI 2 in Canada, and on a televised show for Guangdong Radio and Television Station in China. She has also worked with renowned composer Nico Muhly, and was invited to give the West coast premiere of his etude “Sarabande.”
Beginning in Canada, she later travelled to China to study with pedagogue Dan Zhao Yi before returning to Canada for the Glenn Gould School’s pre-college program. She received her Bachelors degree from the New England Conservatory of Music, and her Master's degree from The Julliard School of Music.