Lily Phee, studentka studiów drugiego stopnia z klasy fortepianu prof. dra hab. Andrzeja Pikula, zdobyła nagrody w międzynarodowych konkurach fortepianowych:
- II nagroda – 11th International Piano Competition „FAUSTO ZADRA”, w dniach 3-4.03.2023 r.
- I nagroda – Recondite Armonie III International Piano Competition, w Grosseto, we Włoszech, w czerwcu 2022 r.
A protégé of Mrs Rena Phua, Singaporean pianist Lily Phee gained her passion in music when she first kickstarted her journey in musical at the age of 5, and then formally at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts.
She is currently studying in the Krzysztof Penderecki Academy of Music in Kraków with Andrzej Pikul.
Some awards from her home country include First Prize at the Singapore International Youth Piano Competition, First Prize at the Singapore International Classical Piano Competition, Third Prize at the Cristofori Piano Competition, and Third Prize at the National Piano & Violin Competition. Additionally, she was awarded the title ‘Yamaha Artist’ as part of the ‘I Play Yamaha’ initiative in 2018.
Lily’s passion for music has also taken her abroad to Denmark, Russia, Hong Kong and Thailand where she performed in recitals and gained valuable exposures from competing. Her notable accomplishments from competing First Prizes at the Isaac Albéniz Summer Music Festival held in Camprodon, Spain, and Recondite Armonie III international Piano competition in Grosseto, Italy. In her latest achievements, she was granted a debut with the Częstochowa Philharmonic Orchestra through the ‘Gram z Orkiestrą’ competition organized by the Krzysztof Penderecki Academy of Music in Kraków, and won Second Prize at the Faust Zadra International Piano Competition.
She has also attended masterclasses conducted by Prof Tamás Ungár, Grzegorz Niemczuk, Robert Winter and Kenneth Hamilton, Dina Parakhina, to name a few.
Apart from having an appetite for music, Lily is also fond of good food, and running to keep fit during her leisure time.