About me

Born on 4 July 2002 in Slovenia, in the Postojna Maternity Hospital, I lived in the city of Ljubljana until end 2004, when my family moved to Brussels, Belgium. I stayed there until July 2007, when we settled in Luxembourg.
Until June 2017, I went to the European School Luxembourg II, the French section. Between 2017 and 2019, I followed a French home-schooling programme.
After successful auditions in December 2018, I was offered a place at the Royal College of Music in London (UK) in the Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Music course. I started as a fresher in September 2019.
I am quadrilingual (French, English, Slovenian, and Chinese) and I also learn German, Italian, and Spanish.
I like reading and I practice swimming, ski (Bronze Star at the French Ski School), cycling, roller skating… I also love animals.

Music studies

I began discovering music from 2005 to 2007 in weekly workshops for children at La Chaise Musicale in Brussels and started with private piano lessons at the age of five in Luxembourg.
In 2008, I entered the Conservatory of the City of Luxembourg, where I have obtained all available diplomas in piano performance and several diplomas in music theory (solfeggio, harmony, counterpoint, music analysis, and sight-reading). My first piano teacher there was Marco Kraus and after his retirement I continued with Jean Muller.
From 2012 to 2016, I studied at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel in Brussels, in the piano section (category ‘Young Artists’), headed by Maria João Pires with Sylvia Thereza as assistant. I continued as the only ‘Young Artist’ with Louis Lortie, the new master in residence, and his assistant Avedis Kouyoumdjian until May 2018, when I passed the ‘Young Artist Diploma’ exam.
Since September 2019, I am studying the BA (Hons) at the Royal College of Music in London, where my piano professor is Norma Fisher.

Workshops and masterclasses

Awards and prizes