Augustinas Eidukonis

PROGRAMME AUGUSTINAS

Due to personal circumstances Augustinas unfortunately does not play.

BIOGRAPHY

Augustinas Eidukonis (Vilnius, Lithuania, 1995) has taken lessons at the Nationale M. K. Čiurlionis School of Arts with Vida Emilija Prekerytė since 2002. In 2014 he was admitted to the Royal Academy of Music in London and the Lübeck Academy of Music (Germany) for the Bachelor of Music in Piano program where he studies with Konrad Elser. In 2017/18 he followed the Erasmus + program at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam with Willem Brons. Augustinas plays solo recitals and participates in concerts as a member of various chamber ensembles. In September 2016 he became an “Ad Infinitum” scholarship student. In 2017 Augustinas won 2nd prize during the 11th Internationale Piano Concours of Lagny-sur-Marne in France. In the same year he won the Steinway Förderpreis Klassik 2017 founded by Steinway & Sons Hamburg. In 2011 Augustinas was invited by the Mstislav Rostropovich Foundation to participate in a project for talented youth (National Students’ Academy), in which he regularly participated until 2014. In 2013 he made it to the semi-finals in the 3rd International Rosalyn Tureck JS Bach Competition for Young Pianists (New York). In 2015, Augustinas participated in the semi-finals of the international competition A Step towards Mastery in St. Petersburg, Russia.

REPERTOIRE

Selection round

F. Schubert Sonate in A, D. 959 – I. Allegro
S. Rachmaninoff Prelude in D, op. 32 nr. 4
F. Chopin Etude in F, op. 10 nr. 8

First round

K. van Baaren Sonatine
E. Halffter Danza de la gitana
S. Rachmaninoff Prelude in D, op. 32 nr. 4
C. Debussy l’Isle joyeuse
A. Remesa Stygmatas (five miniatures for piano)

Quarter final

J.S. Bach Partita nr. 3 in a, BWV 827
W.A. Mozart Rondo in a minor, KV511
F. Chopin Etude in F, op. 10 nr. 8
C. Debussy Douze études, L. 136: nr. 11 ‘Pour les arpèges composés’
S. Rachmaninoff Etudes-tableaux, op. 39: nr. 6
F. Liszt Études d’exécution transcendante, S. 139: nr. 8 ‘Wilde Jagd

Semi final

F. Schubert Sonate in A, D. 959
F. Chopin Scherzo nr. 4 in E, op. 54