Mojca Pregeljc


Mojca Pregeljc, born in 1997 in Slovenia, earned a second-level academic diploma in Solo Concert Piano with the highest honors and praise from the "Conservatorio Cesare Pollini" in Padua in April 2022, where she studied under the guidance of Angela Chiofalo and Adriana Silva.

In addition to her solo studies, she pursued pedagogical studies at the "Conservatorio Santa Cecilia" in Rome under the guidance of Angela Chiofalo. Driven by a passion for chamber music, she also decided to pursue an advanced training program at the prestigious "Accademia Santa Cecilia" in Rome, under the tutelage of Carlo Fabiano in 2021.

In 2018, she joined the "Albo d'onore del Conservatorio Pollini" (Honors List of the Pollini Conservatory) thanks to her performance of Béla Bartόk's "Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion." With the same program, she performed for the "Amici della Musica" in Padua and the "Le matinées del Nicolini" in Piacenza. She was also selected to participate in the final of the National Arts Prize in the chamber music section in 2018. She had the honor of being invited by the Slovenian Ambassador to Rome for a concert on the occasion of the French presidency of the EU council at Palazzo Farnese. Recently, she became the only Slovenian winner to receive the Farnesina scholarship for foreign students in Italy for the academic year 2022/2023.

During her years of study, she had the opportunity to refine her skills with some of the most renowned soloists worldwide, including Konstantin Bogino (at the "Accademia Perosi di Biella"), Denes Varjon, Lilya Zilberstein, Boris Petrushansky, Federico Colli, Alexei Kornienko, Vladimir Ogarkov, Ruben Dalibaltayan, Lovro Pogorelić Chia Chou, Emmanuel Séjourné, and Pietro De Maria.

In 2019, she performed Chopin's "Concerto No. 1" for the "Musica in Laguna d’arte" festival with the Città di Chioggia Symphony Orchestra. She has been awarded multiple times at regional competitions for young musicians in the Slovenian Littoral and at the international competition "Musica in laguna" in Chioggia. Additionally, she received the Campus delle arti 2019 Award at the homonymous festival in Bassano del Grappa. She has played the role of a soloist and chamber musician in various locations, including Rome (Sala Petrassi del Parco della Musica, Palazzo Farnese, Alfonsi Pianoforti, and Casa Sforza), Padua (Auditorium Pollini), Biella (Teatro Sociale Villani), Venice (Palazzo Cavagnis), Pordenone, Trieste, Budapest (Müpa with the NOVA Symphony Orchestra), Ljubljana, Zemono, and Koper.





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