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Eurovision Young Musicians 2014 (Final)
Artist Livyka Shtirbu-Sokolov
Final piece Piano concerto by Liviu Shtirbu
Semi final pieces
  • Prelude and Fugue no.2 A minor op.87 by Dmitri Shostakovich
  • Novelette No.3 by ancis Poulenc
  • Sonata no.1 by Rodion Shchedrin
Country Moldova
Broadcaster TRM

Results

# Contest Participant Instrument Pieces Place
01 Eurovision Young Musicians 2014 (Final)
Saturday, May 31, 2014
Livyka Shtirbu-Sokolov Piano Piano concerto by Liviu Shtirbu -

About Livyka Shtirbu-Sokolov

Hailing from Chisinau, the capital city of Moldova, Livyka Shtirbu-Sokolov was born on 6 January 1998. Currently, she is a ninth grade student at the Lyceum of Music "C.Porumbescu" in Chisinau, where she is in the special piano class of Professor Tatiana Sviridov.

Livyka’s stage debut was in 2006, when she performed at the Organ Hall in Chisinau – and in the same performance, won the ‘Brilliant Debut’ prize as well! A year later, Livyka won the ‘Best Debut of the Year’ prize from Moldovan national broadcaster Teleradio-Moldova, and since then she has go on to win countless prizes both at home and abroad in countries such as Romania, Russia, and Germany.

In 2008, Livyka took the ‘first exceptional prize’ at the Pro-Piano competition in Bucharest, won “first prize” at the A.Lucinschi Young Musicians competition in Chisinau, and also performed at the Moscow Meets Friends” festival in Russia.

Across 2009 until 2011, Livyka has performed in festivals and competitions in Moldova, Switzerland, Ukraine, and Russia, winning no less than six first prizes and two special prizes as well.

In 2012 Livyka performed at the “Festspiele Mecklenburg-Vorpommern” in Germany and the “Menuhin Festival” Switzerland, before winning a silver medal at the Delphic Games in Novosibirsk, Russia.

During her career to date, Livyka has played with the National Philarmonic Orchestra of Moldova, National Chamber Orchestra of Moldova, Opera and Ballet Orchestra, Chisinau Youth Orchestra. She has performed with conductors Michael Secichin, Cristian Florea, Charles Ansbacher , Crispin Ward , Dumitru Carciumaru, Octav Calleya.