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Mira Marton

Mira Marton started playing the violin at the age of seven. Having spent ten years in specialist music schools in Poland, in 2016 she gained a place at The Yehudi Menuhin School under the tutelage of Lutsia Ibragimova. She now studies with Maciej Rakowski at the Royal College of Music in London, where she receives the Russell Race Scholarship. Mira is also generously supported by Talent Unlimited and Zetland Foundation.
Mira has participated in many competitions in her native country, winning, among others, the First Prize at the Lutoslawski Competition for Young Violinists in Warsaw. Internationally, In 2019, she was awarded the ‘Prix Special Argent’ at the Paris Music Competition. Mira’s most recent achievements include winning the First Prize at the Royal College of Music Violin Competition in 2021. The young violinist’s concert experience includes performing in major venues around the world, among others, Wigmore Hall in
London, Forbidden City Concert Hall in Beijing, the National Philharmonic in Warsaw and the Royal Castle Concert Hall in Warsaw. Her Wigmore Hall performance of Rachmaninov’s Trio Elegiaque impressed audiences and critics alike, with Ates Orga writing for Classical Source: ‘Honest chamber music-making, nuanced in old-world fragrances.’