Mari Poll will perform in London

Estonian violinist Mari Poll will perform on April 10 with pianist pianist Jennifer Hughes at St John's Smith Square  in London. The program consists of Sergei Prokofjev’s „The Five Melodies for Violin and Piano“, George Enescu Sonata for Violin and Piano No.2 and Eugène Ysaÿe "Poème Élégiaque" Op. 12.

Mari Poll a graduate at the Royal College of Music in London (BMus, MPerf, Junior Fellow on Art Dip) where she studied with Jan Repko and later with Radu Blidar, with whom she still maintains a close musical mentorship. She was supported by the Derek Butler London Trust and the Worshipful Company of Musicians. She is currently finishing a Soloist Diploma degree at the Norwegian Academy of Music with Peter Herresthal.

Mari Poll has performed as a soloist and chamber musician across Europe and USA at venues such as the Wigmore Hall, Cadogan Hall, St Martin in the Fields, St James's Piccadilly, Estonia Concert Hall, Casa Da Musica, Porto, Sala Cristina Maria, Malaga, Parnassos Hall, Athens and the Bridgewater Hall, with orchestras such as Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, RCM Contemporary Ensemble, Trondheim Symphony Orchestra, Liverpool Mozart Orchestra and Pärnu City Orchestra. Mari regularly performs with her brother, pianist Mihkel Poll and also with pianist Jennifer Hughes.

Mari Poll is a multiple prizewinner at international competitions, also she is recipient of several scholarships and awards. The latest recognitions include Tagore Gold Medal by the Royal College of Music and London City Music Foundation Award in 2013.

Look also: Homepage of Mari Poll