Evelina Antemisari, Pierce student and musician worked hard and distinguished herself in highly competitive musical environments, with very high demands:
3rd International Composition Competition: “Honorable Mention” was awarded to Evelina for her music composition “Hades and Persephone” in the 3rd International Composition Competition of the 8th S.M.P.P. at ACT – American College of Thessaloniki.
“Hades and Persephone” is a 9 minute music piece composed for flute, violin, cello and piano.
Evelina was awarded a scholarship to participate in the ART Campus 2022 which is organized annually by the Friends of Music Society in collaboration with the Athens Conservatoire and the State Conservatory of Thessaloniki. Talented young musicians from all over Greece worked and lived together for a week in the facilities of Perrotis College (American Farm School of Thessaloniki), studied and performed chamber music pieces, exchanged experiences, attended music lectures and participated in masterclasses of distinguished professors / performers.
In the final concert, Evelina Antemisari (piano) performed with Sofia Hatzi (flute) the famous Sonata for flute and piano of Carl Reinecke “Undine”, as well as the Sonata for flute and piano of S. Prokofiev op. 94 with Nikolina Vitouladiti (flute).
Evelina Antemisari was selected by the internationally distinguished Prof. Dr. Robert Levin (Harvard University) to participate in the International masterclass of the Mozarteum Summer Academy in Salzburg. Two wonderful weeks of lessons with the internationally renowned pianist / professor Prof. Dr. Robert Levin, contributed significantly to the music evolution of Evelina. She also attended the classes of renowned professors, met other talented musicians from all over the world, exchanged views on music and made a lot of new friends.
Evelina performed two concerts in the beautiful halls of the University, “Solitär Hall” and “Kleines Studio”. She played the Brahms – Intermezzo in A major No. 2, Op. 118 and the Beethoven – piano sonata Νο. 23 in F Minor, op.57 “Appassionata”, receiving loud applause, excellent reviews, as well as the warm congratulations of Prof. Dr. Robert Levin!