Violin and Pianoforte Recital with Charlotte Lee and Milica Lawrence


H. Wieniawaski (1835-1880)                     Polanese de Concert in D Major op. 4

B. Bártok (1881-1945)                                 Romanian Folk Dances Sz56

Jocul cu bâtă; Brâul; Pe loc;


Poarga Românească; Mărunțel

F. Chopin (1810-1849) Ballade no. 1 in G Minor op. 23

G. Tartini (1692-1770)                               Sonata in G Minor

Larghetto ma non troppo;

Allegro moderato;

                                                                       Andante; Allegro assai

S. Rachmaninov (1873-1943)                   Vocalise op. 34 no. 14

F. Kreisler (1875-1962)                               Tambourin Chinois op. 3

Carlotte Lee, born in 2006, can be called a child prodigy. She was awarded a full scholarship to study at the Wells Cathedral School when she was only eight years of age. Currently she is being tutored by Prof. Michael Vaiman and Prof. Adam Han-Gorski. She debuted in Japan at the age of six and two years later she was invited to perform in the Grand Gala Concert of the prestigious Osaka International Music Competition. While based in the UK, Charlotte was the recipient of numerous prizes at various competitions, most notably in Somerset, the Taunton Music Festival, the Bristol Music Festival, the Oxford Music Festival and also in the Bath Music Festival. Three years ago Charlotte received the Austria Summer Music Festival Award and in 2019 she won the Amygdala International Music Competition for her category. Additionally she was awarded first prize in the open category of the Malta International Music Competition, the X Internazionale per Giovani Musicisti, the International Music, Dance and Fine Art Competition Alpin Triglay, the International Competition of Music and Arts Tokyo Stars and the Iscart International Music Competition. She is furthering her diploma studies at the Trinity College of Music, London. Charlotte is also keen on psychology, philosophy, and programming.

Dr Milica Lawrence was born in 1981 in Pancevo, Serbia. She completed her piano and harpsichord studies at the Faculty of Music Arts in Belgrade, Serbia. Here, Milica specialized in chamber music and received her Doctor of Musical Arts Degree (DMA) degree at the same Faculty. Milica has worked for fifteen years as an independent artistic collaborator with the String Department at the Faculty of Philology and Arts, Kragujevac, Serbia. She is currently engaged at the Mikiel Anton Vassalli College, Malta as a piano teacher, accompanist and chamber music teacher. Milica is the owner and Managing Director of MS MEDIA HOUSE LTD, UK company for teaching and promoting young musicians. In August 2020. she opened her own ‘Piano Academy – Dr Milica Lawrence’ in Mosta, Malta. Milica also maintains an active solo career.