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Miss Yuliya Ostapchuk
Miss Yuliya Ostapchuk

Qualifications:
Studying bachelor degree of music (violin) at The Royal Academy of Music

Studied at The Purcell School of Music

Music A levels

Singing grade 8 distinction, piano grade 8 distinction
Instruments: Violin, piano, singing
Genre/Style(s): Classical
Ability Levels: Beginners to Advanced


Notes:

Yuliya started the violin at the age of six. After a few years, Yuliya started studying at the S.Krushelnytska Music School of Lviv. Since then, she has taken part in several competitions and has been a laureate and diploma holder of several international competitions in countries such as Ukraine, Czech Republic, Russia, Italy, Austria and Slovakia. Yuliya has also performed repertoires which include compositions by Wieniawski, Accolay, Kreisler, Haydn and Vivaldi with orchestras in Lviv (Ukraine), Ivano-Frankivsk (Ukraine), Chernivtsi (Ukraine) and Dolni Kubin (Slovakia). As well as having taken part in competitions, she has participated in masterclasses in countries such as Ukraine, Russia, Italy and Germany with teachers such as M.Strikharz, M.Keselman, Igor Ozim, M.Kuzina, Mikyung Lee, Berent Korfker and I.Pylatyuk. When Yuliya was 12, she moved to England to study violin with Charles Sewart, piano with Caterina Grewe, classical singing with Tom Marandola, jazz sining with Jacqui Hicks and Alexander Technique with Jean Mercer at the Purcell School of Music where she was supported by The Music and Dance Scheme Scholarship as well as The Helen Roll Charity. Since beginning her studies at Purcell, Yuliya has won the concerto prize at the Ealing Festival in May 2013. She has performed a recital at the Milton Court in London on the 9th of November 2015 which included compositions by Schubert, Tchaikovsky and Wieniawski. She was also chosen to be a part of the Purcell Commonwealth Resounds Team for outreach projects including one in Malta on the November 20-30th 2015 in which she performed for a President of Malta and where she was the leader of the Commonwealth Resounds Orchestra. Another outreach project that Yuliya has been involved with was Impulse in Norfolk where she had an opportunity to be a part of a Stomp workshop. On the 25th of June 2016, Yuliya has performed Ravel and Shostakovich quartets in a chamber music recital at the Wigmore Hall in London. She has also performed the Prokofiev Concerto No.1 on the 19th of November 2016 with the Sidcup Symphony Orchestra conducted by James Ross. In her last year of studies at The Purcell School, Yuliya has been involved in Asha Parkinson’s project “Voices Beyond Divisions”, led the Purcell Orchestra at Deal Festival as well as an end of year concert at The Duke’s Hall at The Royal Academy of Music where the orchestra performed repertoire including Mozart Requiem. As well as leading the orchestra, Yuliya has won the Arthur Felsenstein Leavers award which was used as additional support for her studies at The Royal Academy of Music where she started studying in September 2017 after achieving a scholarship from the conservatoire as well as the Mr and Mrs Steven Smith Scholarship award. Since joining The Royal Academy of Music, Yuliya has been involved in the “Echo Ensemble” set up by Noah Max performing Milhaud’s “Le Boeuf Sur Le Toit”, Mozart’s “Linz” Symphony and leading Noah’s own composition “3 Echoes” on the 9th of March 2018. While pursuing her solo career, Yuliya has a strong interest in chamber music and has recently performed Beethoven Piano Trio in C minor, Op.1 No.3 as well as Shostakovich Piano Trio No. 1, Op. 8, in C minor with the Shasta Trio at the Southwark Cathedral on the 20th of November 2018.

Contact Yuliya

Address: london
uk
Greater London
SW16
Phone: +44 7539 382762
Mobile: +44 7539 382762
Fee (60 minutes): £34.00

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