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Lilia Mitronina


Liliya Mitronina is a pianist with Russian-Tatar roots. Her legacy combines the traditions of Russian and European piano schools with an openness to new interpretations and a constant desire for development.


Liliya was born in Kazan and began studying piano at the age of five. In 2016, she graduated with honors from the Kazan State Conservatory, where she studied with the outstanding representative of the Russian piano school, Professor Evgeniy Mikhailov.


Liliya has 3 master's degrees - Master of classical music (Rotterdam, the Netherlands, 2018) and Master Performance (Lucerne, Switzerland, 2021), Master of Musikpädagogik (Lucerne, Switzerland, 2023).


While studying in the Netherlands, Lilia also won the Yamaha Piano Europe Foundation Award (Groningen, 2017). Lilia has performed in various concert halls in Europe, including De Doelen (Rotterdam), NedPhOCoepel (Amsterdam).


Being an active chamber musician, Liliya constantly performs in ensembles with other performers. In Lucerne she created the trio "Dreilinden trio", with which she performed at several venues in Lucerne, including the Rittersaal in Gütsch Castle.


In addition to formal training, Lilia developed her performing skills by attending master classes from such recognized masters as Jan Wijn, Nino Gvetadze, Nicholas Hodges, Peter Hill, Petras Geniušas. The last masterclass at Juli 2021 took place at Rachmaninov's Villa Senard, where participants played on the legendary Steinway grand piano that belonged to the maestro.


Lilia is not only involved in performing, but also in teaching. She feels it is important to share the depth of the music and arts education she has received with her students. Using her 10 years of teaching experience, she teaches piano to children and adults in Switzerland and around the world via the Internet.

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