Both sisters Mavromoustaki are recipients of major competition prizes and have performed and broadcast internationally.
Victoria began studying violin at the age of three under Professor Andreas Konstantinou, and made her début recital at the age of seven in a concert series featuring music by Mozart. Victoria was an RCM scholar and she received many awards including the MBF Myra Hess award, the Kit and John Gander Award and the Joan Weller Award.
Eleni has been hailed as ‘…an extremely accomplished pianist and a natural performer.’ Her successes include prizes at the Maria Callas Grand Prix in Athens, Mozart International Competition Salzburg, the EU Piano Competition in Prague, the Royal Overseas League Competition, the Patras International Piano competition and the George Themis Pan-Hellenic Piano Competition.
Beethoven Piano and Violin sonata no 3, opus 12. No 3
Beethoven Piano and Violin Sonata no. 10, opus 96
The next lunchtime concert will be on Thursday 12 March performed by Ana Gogava (piano).
LSE’s Spring Concert which will include performances by the LSE Choir and Orchestra, takes place on 31 March in the beautiful surroundings of St Clement Danes. Tickets will be available to purchase from the LSE online store soon.
Just economics and politics? Think again. While LSE does not teach arts or music, there is a vibrant cultural side to the School - from weekly free music concerts in the Shaw Library, and an LSE orchestra and choir with their own professional conductors, various film, art and photographic student societies, the annual LSE photo prize competition, the LSE Festival and artist-in-residence projects. For more information please view the LSE Arts and Music website.