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Lea Marie Terziyska


Lea Marie Terziyska was born in a musical family and started learning the piano at age of four with her mother, a music teacher.

At age of five Lea Marie won the first prize at the ""Jugend Musiziert"" Competition, Germany, Category piano solo.

In 2014 she became a student of Mr. Bruno Neumann at the ""Bergische Musikschule"" in Wuppertal and played as a soloist with the Festival Orchestra of the ""Internationale Musikbegegnungen"" in Luth. Wittenberg, Germany.

In the same year Lea Marie won the special prize at the ""International Competition for Young Instrumentalists"" in Pernik, Bulgaria.

In 2015 followed first prize at the ""Jugend Musiziert"" Competition in the Category Piano four hands and also a first prize in the same Competition in the Category Duo Piano - Violin together with her brother, both with highest evaluation.

In 2016 the young pianist was accepted in the class for especially gifted students, a cooperation of the ""Bergische Musikschule"" with the ""Hochschule für Musik"" Köln, Department Wuppertal.

She won the first prize at the 6' International Piano Competition ""Piano Talents"", Milan (Italy), the first prize at the Great Composers Competition: ""The Music of 18th Century"" and the first prize at the International Music Competition ""Grand Prize Virtuoso 2016""- Salzburg. For this, she has been selected to perform at the Wiener Saal, Mozarteum.

In October 2016 she took part at a concert of Junior Students Group from the Robert Schumann Hochschule in Düsseldorf during the Preliminary Round for the Asian-Pacific Area of the Robert Schumann Piano Competition in Chongqing, China on special invitation by the German-Chinese Cultural Society.

Her current piano teacher is Mrs.Soomija Park from the Robert Schumann Hochschule in Düsseldorf.

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