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Indonesian pianist Prajna Indrawati honed her Master of Performance degree in Collaborative Piano (2018) at the Royal College of Music under tutelage of Roger Vignoles, Kathron Sturrock, and Simon Lepper. Accompanying singers, she performed in few places in London, such as Victoria and Albert Museum, Royal Festival Hall and in “Brahms and his poet” book’s launching by Natasha Loges. She was awarded second place for Accompanist Prize in “Brooks- van der Pump” English Song Competition and Joan Chisell Schumann Competition and Titanic Memoriam Award for accompanist in Lies Askonas Competition 2018. She has attended Oxford Lieder Mastercourse programme twice in 2018 (with Soprano Joyee Cole) led by Wolfgang Holzmair and in 2021 (with Soprano Sofia Livotov) led by Joan Rodgers. She had performed twice in BBRadio3 “in Tune”, Victoria and Albert Museum, St. Martin in-the-fields, Royal Festival Hall - Southbank Centre, St. James Picadilly, Debut with Tillett Trust in Kings Place London, Newbury Spring Festival, Alderney Music Festival, 2020 Leeds International Music Festival, etc; as well in Seville (Spain) and Creete (Greece). In July 2019, she joined Jakarta City Philharmonic as a soloist in Mozart Piano Concerto c minor. She has a Diploma in piano and Grade 8 in singing from the Associated Board of the Royal School of Music.

With Soprano Sofia Livotov, we performed as a duo since 2018 and joined the 2021 Oxford Lieder Matercourse programme with a full support from Help Musicians UK and Oxford Lieder. Recently we have been awarded the Second Prize in the Chamber Music Category of the London Classical Music Competition 2022.

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